Located in southwest London, Kingston-upon-Thames, often known simply as
Kingston, is the centre of a Royal Borough of the same name.
Hampton Court Palace is close to Kingston and remains a historic building as well as a key artefact of English royal history. Built in 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey by Henry VIII, the palace is famous as the seat of the infamous monarch and his many wives. A key facet of Kingston’s history, the palace is open for tours to the public.
Bushy Park is situated within London and close to Kingston. One of the capital’s largest Royal Parks, it is home to a population of Fallow and Red deer as well as woods, grasslands and water features. At over 445 hectares, it is a huge green space that locals frequently visit.
Throughout the area, from Hampton Wick to Norbiton, Floom’s flower delivery in Kingston covers the entire settlement.