Maurice Webb, 1930
Market house, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1JX
We are running our usual guided walking tours around historic Kingston this year with reduced numbers. Our guided tours are informative, interesting and fun. For more information about us visit: https://www.kingstontourguides.org.uk/
Our tour will take you around historic Kingston, perhaps to parts you have never been to before. You will learn about its rich history from Anglo-Saxon to modern day.
Our knowledgeable guides will entertain you with fascinating stories and interesting facts about the history of Kingston
The walk lasts approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Drop in / Guided tour
Built in the Georgian style, the Guildhall brought together Kingston's administrative functions. Purpose-built Magistrates Courts were included in the building, part of which are now home to Kingston History Centre.
Maurice Webb, 1935
museum, library, gallery, online
Adjoining Grade II listed Carnegie-funded library, museum and art gallery. Museum holdings range from ceramics to topographical drawings, including the collection left by Eadweard Muybridge, a native of Kingston and photographic pioneer.
Alfred Cox, 1903
religious, concert/performance space, community/cultural
The church is a large victorian building with an interesting beautiful interior. The foundation stone was laid in 1871 by Bishop Samuel Wilberforce, son of the anti-slavery campaigner, William.
Arthur j. Phelps, 1871
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