Check out the many landmarks and points of interest on the Hampton Court Half Marathon course.
A Grade II listed structure connecting Kingston to Hampton Court Park, the first Kingston bridge was one of the oldest bridges in west London.
There are records of a bridge in the area now known as the Royal Borough of Kingston since Anglo-Saxon times. Although there are some conflicting reports on its history, there is no doubt that Kingston has had a connection over the river for centuries and that it played a key role in the area becoming an important market town. The bridge we see today was first opened in 1828.
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is a Grade I listed royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The palace was Henry VIII’s most favoured residences. The palace is now in the possession of King Charles III and the Crown.
Kingston Marketplace has been a meeting point for the people of Kingston since 1170, the marketplace is also home to the Market House which was built in 1840. On top of the Market House is a statue of Queen Anna. The marketplace is now open 7 days a-week and hosts of of Londons largest.
The Kings Stone (Coronation stone)
The Coronation Stone is an ancient sarsen stone block which is believed to have been the site of the coronation of seven Anglo-Saxon kings. It is currently located next to the Guildhall in Kingston upon Thames, England. Kingston is now a town in the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames in Greater London.