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Getting here

Located in south-west London, the historic town of Kingston is situated on the picturesque River Thames, just 12 miles from Central London and a 25-minute train ride from Waterloo.

The town is well served by public transport and is close to Heathrow Airport and London’s orbital motorway, the M25.

Trains, planes and automobiles ... getting to Kingston couldn't be easier.

BY TRAIN : Situated on the banks of the Thames, Kingston is just a short 12 mile hop from the centre of London and a short train ride from Waterloo and Clapham Junction.
Kingston Rail Station is only 25 minutes from London Waterloo and has a regular services to Kempton Park, Twickenham and Wimbledon.  Alternatively, Surbiton Station is 20 minutes to London Waterloo and a brisk 15 minute walk.  Both stations are in Zone 6, so you can use an Oyster card or a 1 - 6 Zone Travel card.

BY CAR : Kingston Town Centre is 12 miles from Central London, only 8 miles from the M25, and close to the M3, M4 and the A3.  Follow signs for Junction 10 on the M25 for the A3 the follow signs for Kingston.

CAR PARK INFORMATION : There are over 6,000 car parking spaces in Kingston - many of which carry the Park Mark Safer Parking Award - look out for the logo.   Parking restrictions are in force seven days a week including Bank Holidays.

BY BUS : More than 40 bus routes serve Kingston Town Centre, including 8 night buses.  They provide a frequent service to all parts of the Borough, other parts of Greater London, Surrey and Heathrow Airport.

BY AIR : Kingston is a half hour drive from Heathrow Airport. Or catch the express X26 bus which takes 30 minutes or the 111 or 285 bus for a more scenic route!  Gatwick Airport is 45 minutes away by road.