The Tunbridge Wells Commons are the great treasure of Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Large green oases in the urban environment, free to visit and great natural playgrounds!
Tunbridge Wells Common
This Common, only a few minutes walk from Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre is famous for its sandstone outcrops and used by residents and visitors for a variety of activities.
On Rusthall Commons, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, you will find many sandstone outcrops and interesting shaped rocks which were given names by the Victorians such as Toad Rock and Loaf Rock.
Documented from the 13th century, this is a lovely common and woodland area of 75 acres.