A bustling country town, full of charm, interesting little shops and places to eat. The historic High Street houses its own museum dedicated to the area's rich history. The town holds a weekly market founded by Royal Charter in 1277. The 5th of November is a night to remember in this town (www.edenbridgebonfire.co.uk for details).
The town is served by two railway lines, the Uckfield Line and Tonbridge to Redhill line.
Edenbridge is a Community Rail Station
North Downs Way
The North Downs Way passes through 153 miles of stunning landscapes, making a great family day out, a short walk or bike ride, a really good ice cream or a life-changing long distance walk. 35 railway stations are located near the trail. Visitor attractions and country parks give plenty of reasons to escape stress and noise of modern urban living.
Walk the Eden Valley
The Eden Valley offers some fantastic opportunities for long distance walking, whether you are looking for a full-day walk, or even longer and staying overnight along the way. Ten popular circular walks start and finish at Edenbridge, leaflets available at the station.
Hever castle, the family home of Anne Boleyn, hosts a display of Tudor artefacts and portraits. See Anne Boleyn's famous letter to Henry VIII. Wander the ornate, award-winning gardens, hire a boat and set sail on the lake, picnic in the grounds or eat in the restaurants. There are two mazes to explore but beware, one is a water maze!
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Explore the Uckfield & East Grinstead Lines