Local Landmarks in Kingston upon Thames

 
River Trips along the Thames Kingston, Richmond, Hampton Ct Kingston Upon Thames
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Turk Launches run daily river trips between Kingston, Richmond and Hampton Court Palace. Kids love it, perfect for tired legs! Assistance is on hand for pushchairs. Bikes allowed...

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Queens Promenade Kingston Upon Thames

Queens Promenade is a long narrow strip of land bordering the river Thames and stretching south from Kingston Bridge to Ravens Ait. A great deal of its length fronts onto the...

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Ancient Market Place Kingston Upon Thames

Kingston's first market was recorded in 1242 and it has been a major trading centre since 1170. The medieval Market Place contains the Grade 1 listed All Saints Church and the...

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The Bentall Centre Kingston Upon Thames

The Bentall Centre has come a long way since it opened over 17 years ago. Today the Centre contains over 80 shops and attracts over fourteen million visitors a year. And it just...

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Old London Road and Kingston Antiques Centre Kingston Upon Thames

With the arched entrance and the distinctive 'out of order' telephone boxes, Old London Road can not be missed in Kingston centre! Nor should it be, as it has lots to offer with...

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The Rotunda Kingston Upon Thames

Family friendly fun and food at The Rotunda with eight fantastic restaurants, bars, Odeon cinema complex, ten pin bowling and fitness. Jellybugs Play Cafe adjoins the main buildi...

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Rose Theatre Kingston Upon Thames

The Rose Theatre is a 900 seat venue in the centre of Kingston with a design based on London's famous Elizabethan Rose Theatre. The theatre has the same oval shaped stage, semi-ci...

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Chessington World of Adventures Chessington

Chessington World of Adventures is the ideal place to take the kids for a fun-filled day out of excitement and adventure. From wild rides set amongst mystical ruined kingdoms...

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Richmond Park Borough outskirts

Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Richmond Park, the largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London. The park is a National...

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Bushy Park Borough outskirts

Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Bushy Park, the second largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks. Located near Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park's mixture of...

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Ham House Borough outskirts

This rare and atmospheric Stuart house sits on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond. The house is internationally recognised for its superb collection of paintings, furnitur...

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