Upcoming Events

Every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
until Sunday 29th November
and thereafter the first Sunday of each month in December, January and February.

Our regular Walking Tour of Historic Kingston upon Thames.  Join us for a Sunday stroll around the town and learn about:

  • Why the symbol of Kingston consists of three fishes

  • What happened to the steeple that used to adorn the top of All Saints Church

  • How local residents defied an army and changed the course of English history

  • How Clarence Street got it's name

  • Who became a local hero when she chased two robbers from All Saints Church

  • Why there is a pipe running alongside the railway bridge

  • What John Lewis found whilst building their new store in Kingston

  • Whose gravestone is the only one not to be removed from the Memorial Garden

  • What annual event was banned from the Market Place in 1867

and much, much more besides. 


Our guides will tell you stories and anecdotes, facts and fables about Kingston while pointing out features that you may never have noticed before, even if you have lived here for many years.

Kingston Tour Guides is a voluntary organisation; we are funded by a grant from the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.

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