Walking tours of historical Kingston upon Thames

Informative and fun walks with Kingston Tour Guides

Learn more about Kingston’s rich history

Come and join us on a leisurely walk and learn about Kingston’s amazing past – from the Saxon kings to the iconic Bentalls department store, this is a fascinating town with a long, colourful history…and many a hidden secret.

We conduct regular guided walks in the centre of Kingston: every Sunday from March to November and the first Sunday of December to February. (Surbiton walks are available on request.)

We meet below the statue of the Golden Queen in the Ancient Market Place at 11am and would love to see you there. The tours are free and no need to book.

We can also organise a walks or talks for groups on many topics concerned with Kingston’s history, including:

  • Kingston’s Historic Riverside
  • From Fish to Flight (Industry in Kingston)
  • Kingston’s Street Art
  • Royal Kingston
  • Kingston Characters (Talk only)


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