Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious lived at 43 Lime Hill Road for six years and went to the former Sandown School
The first motor show in the world was held on the 15th October 1895 on Showfields.
Every year the Wetherspoons in Tunbridge Wells closes for a couple of days to return to its original use as an opera house.
Buffalo Bill and his travelling circus came to the Old West Station in 1903
If you look between the elephants heads on Camden Road, that is a former air raid shelter for up to 90 people
Oasis played The Forum in March 1994 in support of their upcoming debut album Definitely Maybe. They were paid £75 to perform
David Bowie’s parents Margaret and John met at the former Ritz cinema
Modern, famous residents of Tunbridge Wells and surrounding areas include Davina McCall, Kerry Katona and Bob Mortimer
Diana, Princess of Wales opened the Royal Victoria Place in October 1992
Tunbridge Wells had a vibrant woman’s suffrage movement in the years leading up to the First World War