Visit Kington, an attractive Market Town in Herefordshire, surrounded by fabulous countryside waiting to be explored.

Covid-19

Due to the current situation we have decided not to open the Kington Tourist Office currently.
Enquiries can be made by telephone or email, see contact details at the bottom of this page.


Accommodation providers are open please contact individual businesses via details on our accommodation pages.

Hergest Croft Gardens
are open daily 11.30am-5pm
Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre
are open daily 10.30am - 5pm
National Garden Scheme
has a variety of gardens in the area to book and visit 

Why Visit Kington?

Historic Market Town

An English town for a thousand years.

Many Small Galleries

Marches Makers
Art Galleries, Studios & Craft Centres.

Local Special Gardens

Gardens of all sizes, situations and content.

Beautiful Quiet Countryside

Enjoy the idyllic countryside.

Walking in and around Kington

Walking

The Centre for Walking, Kington has a reputation for excellent walking. Including its own Walking Festival.

Walking Routes

Kington Tourist Information Centre has many walking leaflets to help the visitor make the most of their stay.

Offa's Dyke

An old earthwork boundary between England and Wales built by order of King Offa of the ancient kingdom of Mercia.

Other things to see and do

Galleries

Marches Makers Live
Sat 2nd and Sun 3rd May 2020
There are many small galleries within easy reach of Kington. Why not find out where they are?

Historic Sites

A wide range of historic sites include iron age camps, a prehistoric burial ground, churches and historic buildings.

Gardens

Kington has its own special garden Hergest Croft Gardens, but also other gardens of all sizes, situations and content.