Popular Sights in Kingston upon Thames, KT1
Kingston upon Thames is a principal area in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. The district was once an ancient market where Saxon kings were crowned. Nowadays it is an attractive area with peaceful lifestyle and friendly community.
The district is home to the Kingston University, the Hampton Court and Palace and two Royal Parks – Bushy Park and Richmond Park. Other smaller green spaces include Canbury Gardens. Many sport clubs are based in the area including Kensington Rowing Club, Kingston Athletic Club and Polytechnic Harriers and four association football clubs - Kingstonian F.C. and AFC Wimbledon that play at the Kingsmeadow Stadium, Chessington & Hook United that play Chessington and Corinthian-Casuals that play in Tolworth.
One of the most notable and unusual sights in Kingston upon Thames is the sculpture Out of Order by David Mach. The artist incorporated twelve disused red telephone boxes that lean against one another, resembling tipped up dominos. Other popular locations include Kingston Bridge, The Bentall Centre, Odeon multiplex cinema, the Rose Theatre, Crack Comedy Club and All Saint’s Church.
Some of the most prominent residents of Kingston upon Thames are author John Galsworthy and his wife Jacqueline Wilson, photographer Eadweard Muybridge and writer John Cleland. Rock legend Eric Clapton is an alumnus of Kingston University.
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