Maps of :Kington Tourist Attractions
Map of Kington Tourist Attractions in England >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Kington, England. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Kington that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Kington Museum - The Museum contains nearly 6000 artefacts and photographs. The items range in date from the Neolithic period to the modern day, and the collection inc River Arrow -
The River Arrow is a river that has its source in Powys in Wales, then flows into the English county of Herefordshire.
It rises near Gwa Hergest Croft Gardens - Welcome to Hergest Croft Gardens. Hergest Croft Gardens lie in the heart of the Welsh Marches with stunning views towards the Black Mountains. There a Kington Golf Club - Kington Golf Club sits high on Bradnor Hill overlooking the medieval town of Kington and the Welsh Border lands. The Club, founded in 1925, in the be Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl - The main display field planted with trees and shrubs, framed by mature oaks and centuries old hedging. This is the home to Kune Kune Pigs, six breeds Offas Dyke Path at Kington - The Offa's Dyke Path stretches through the border country of England and Wales, from the Irish Sea at Prestatyn in the north to the Severn estuary nea Hergest Ridge and the Offas Dyke Path - Hergest Ridge
is a large hill on the border between England and Wales, between the
village of Gladestry in Powys and the town of Kington in Herefo The Royal Oak Inn - The Royal Oak is a public house and restaurant found in Gladestry, near to the English-Welsh border in the county of Powys. Presteigne Baptist Church - Welcome to Presteigne Baptist Church. We are a fellowship of Christians living in the Presteigne area, whose wish is to serve the local community and The Judge's Lodging - Once called ‘the most commodious and elegant apartments for a judge in all England and Wales’ (Lord Chief Justice Campbell, 1855), decay beckoned Radn
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