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Edenbridge Town Image Gateway to the Eden Valley, Edenbridge has many medieval buildings, coaching inns, courtyards and a water mill.

Ye Old Crown Inn is hard to miss with its rare pub sign bridging the High Street, and the Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul features a Burne-Jones stained glass window in the Martyn Chapel. The Arts and Crafts architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott is buried in the town cemetery.

The Eden Valley Museum features the history of the valley, and is itself housed in a 14th century farmhouse.

Always colourful, Edenbridge holds a weekly Thursday market and in November hosts one of the oldest bonfire celebrations in the country.

The town is easily accessed by two railway lines and is an excellent starting point for Eden Valley walking. Walks range from a short stroll to a full day’s walk, passing many of the area’s best features en route. Printed walks leaflets are available from the Town Council.