BROWNS BAR & BRASSERIE KINGSTON
3 Jerome Place
Kingston upon Thames
Telephone: 020 8974 5698
Mon to Thu 9am - 11pm
Fri & Sat 9am - 11.30pm
Sun 10am - 11pm
Mon to Fri 11pm Sat 11.30pm
Full Menu from: 12noon
Breakfast: 9am - 12 noon
Afternoon Tea: 2 - 5pm (Mon to Sat)
The town was first mentioned in the year 838 and its royal connections date back to Saxon times.
Today you can enjoy bustling market stalls, great entertainment venues and some superb museums and historical buildings.
The fascinating Kingston Museum has three permanent exhibitions, two of which, Ancient Origins and Town of Kings, tell the story of Kingston borough from Saxon times. It also houses a gallery with local arts, crafts and photography.
All Saints Church is the focal point of the town, and sits close to the Ancient Market Place. It has an impressive history and some notable features including a 17th century marble font, 12 bells and a magnificent Frobenius organ.
There are some lovely riverside walks – if you follow the Thames Path, you can make your way towards Hampton Court or Richmond. The Queen’s Promenade runs between Kingston Bridge and Surbiton.
Each year, Kingston’s International Youth Arts Festival celebrates the work of talented young artists and performers.