Wimbledon (Kingston upon Thames)

Events coinciding with home games in August
to 26 Outdoor Theatre at Kew: Alice in Wonderland
7-22 Heritage Festival
13-15 The Handmade Festival
14 Korea Festival
14 (& 21) Heritage Open Days
5 (& 2 Nov) Kingston Record Fair

to 21 Sep A Time to Fight: Remembering WWII
24 Sep (to 5 Oct) Thames Valley Art Society Exhibition
to 28 Sep Camping Out Memories

‘Many towns have a statue of Queen Victoria looking as though some syrup of figs might help; Kingston has a gloriously gilded statue of Queen Anne, in front of an Italianate former town hall’ (and, in the foreground, the Shrubsole Memorial)
‘David Mach’s dramatic ‘Out of Order’ has been dividing opinion since it went up in 1989′

What to see
Until Wimbledon move back to Plough Lane you’ll find accounts of Kingston tourist attractions in Towns of Two Halves (and of 91 other places: order the book now for £8 from info@townsof2halves.co.uk). For additional information plus shopping, eating out etc there’s In Kingston and Kingston Online. Specific links include:
Coronation Stone
Kingston Museum
Out of Order
Riverside Walk
Shrubsole Memorial
Study of Hundertwasser, Canbury Passage