Are you planning to visit or stay in Kingston this summer? Well, we have found a few things that you have to see while you’re there…
Richmond Park is a National Nature Reserve near Kingston. It was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park, and it is now the largest Royal Park in London. On top of the various wildlife and range of sports and leisure activities, the park is also the ideal place to go for an enjoyable walk. The park has a variety of flat and hilly routes – with options for either shorter, easier routes or longer, more challenging routes.
“Out of Order” by David Mach
Described by the locals and tourists as a “work of art”. The “Out of Order” by David Mach has turned into an unusual exhibition that people will travel to see. Unveiled in 1989 and still standing today on the Old London Road, it’s definitely a must see!
Chessington World of Adventures
Only 17 minutes away from central Kingston, Chessington World of Adventures is a theme park and zoo – and even has accommodation complexes for overnight stays. The zoo has over 1,000 animals, including a Sea Life Centre – a great day out guaranteed!
Bentall Shopping Centre
If you feel like shopping, why not visit the largest shopping centre in Kingston? Bentall Centre is home to over 75 stores and over a 1,000 brands – which means you can make it a family day out and let dad pay for it all, or take a few friends and shop until you drop.
Known for being the largest night club in Kingston, find out what’s on at The Hippodrome. The venue hosts the biggest names and biggest DJ’s on the scene right now, with a wide range of music from live rock to indie.
One Penrhyn Road is a great location to get the very best out your student life. If you would like to find out how you can join them, please call us on +44 (0)20 3770 9119 to arrange a viewing.