The High Rocks are steeped in history dating back millions of years. Acres of stunning sandstone rocks interlinked with 11 bridges provide a scenic walk in a tranquil woodland setting. Once a stone age camp, the Rocks are now a National Monument. These historic rocks, which belong to The High Rocks complex, have always been a constant source of wonder. Nearby is a pub as well as a restaurant, and there is even a steam train stop in the garden.

Opening Hours
Wednesday to Sunday
10.15am until dusk.
Sometimes closed to the public, check before visiting.

High Rocks
Children under 13 years: £3
Rock Climbing
18 years + only - pre-booking only

Advisory Notes
Tickets are valid on the day and time of purchase only for a 2 hour walk around The High Rocks. No re-admission. No picnics, ball games, or BBQs.

Age Guidance
Anyone under 18 years must to be accompanied by an adult.

Free Parking • Restaurant • Toilet

Picture Credit: © The High Rocks.


High Rocks Lane, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9JJ, UK

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