Clarence Street is Kingston’s main shopping street. It meanders through the town from Kingston Bridge, by John Lewis after which it becomes pedestrianised as it passes the famous Bentalls store and the Bentall Centre before taking a left opposite Wilkinson’s, picks up the traffic again and heads past the Rotunda and Kingston Station.
What will I find there?
Apart from street entertainers at the weekend, you’ll see the following shops. For promotions and other retail information see Kingston First
John Lewis, Barclays Bank, Benetton, Princess Alice Hospice, L.K.Bennett, Crabtree & Evelyn, Fat Face, Ernest Jones, Carphone Warehouse, Footasylum, Office, Gap, H. Samuel, Monsoon, Oasis, Card Factory, Russell & Bromley, Miss Selfridge, Burton, Hema, M&S, Three, Virgin Media, Bank, Wallis, River Island, Schuh, Chelsea FC Store, The Body Shop, Vodafone, The North Face, Superdrug, Top Man, Tiger, Clarks, M&S Home, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Wafflemeister, Pret a Manger, Starbucks, Specsavers, Metro Bank, Uni Qlo, Game, Cass Art, Pizza Hut, Wilkinsons, Cotswold, Headmasters, Ladbrokes, Skindeep, Dallas Chicken, Rush Hair, Pryzm, The Rotunda, Entertainment Exchange, Foxtons, Kingston Station.
Leading off Clarence Street are Fife Road, Castle Street and Eden Street.