Best Places To Visit in Kingston Upon Thames London

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Kingston Upon Thames London, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Richmond Park, Kingston Upon Thames London KT2 7NA

Since 1953

Botanical Garden, Woodland Garden, Collection, Displays, Flowers, Conservation, Ponds, Programs, Events, Guided Walks, Playgrounds, Fishing by Permit & Cafeteria

40 acres of lawns and glades, streams and ponds within Richmond Park - It was established in the early 19th century when Lord Sidmouth, who was Deputy Ranger of Richmond Park and a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, fenced it as an area

Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 8:15 pm Sat & Sun Closed

I have seen many beautiful rhododendron displays in numerous gardens but the Isabella Plantation has the most spectacular rhododendron display that I have seen anywhere. Obviously the best time to visit is in spring when they are in bloom. If you are wondering what the difference is between a rhododendron and an azalea, bear in mind that both azaleas and rhododendrons are in the genus rhododendron. If the flowers have about five stamens each you are probably looking at an azalea. If they have about ten stamens each you are likely looking at a rhododendron. If you find that confusing, blame the botanists. The Isabella Plantation is lovely to visit at any time of the year as is the rest.
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Wheatfield Way, Kingston Upon Thames London KT1 2PS

Since 1904

Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, School Programs, Teacher Programs, Gallery, Artefacts, Events & Shops

Free Admission - Holdings include 120 Martinware ceramics, some of which are on display - The Brill Collection comprises over 110 topographical artworks by Kingston University staff and students

Tue, Fri & Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Thu 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

We only had a short time here but it was time well spent. Admission is free but donations are welcome. The building itself is attractive. The main part of the museum is at ground level and easily accessible for the disabled. It is laid out in an interesting way and the various displays contain objects from the earliest known origins of the town onwards. There is a special gallery devoted to the work of the pioneering photographer Edweard Muybridge who hailed from here, and who was the subject of a superb exhibition at Tate Britain about three years ago. There are some paintings as you go upstairs and the large first floor room is currently given over to displays of items.
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Sir Jack Goodchild Way, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston Upon Thames London KT1 3PB

Since 1989

Stadium, Arena, Football Ground, Games, Sports Venue, John Green Stand, Paul Strank Stand, Rygas Stand, Chemflow End, Programs & Shops

It is known as the Cherry Red Records Stadium - It has a capacity of 4,850 with 2,265 seats - It originally was designated to have a 6,299 capacity before modern safety requirements and ground improvements

Call for Hours

Where else can you watch football at reasonable prices, get a decent pint before the match and during half time, still stand on the terraces and watch the team win and be so close to the action. This what footnall was meant to be. Long live AFC Wimbledon and their ethos of being a fan's club.
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