Rohan Kingston Upon Thames

Rohan in Kingston-Upon-Thames

Welcome to Rohan Kingston Upon Thames from Manager Michelle, George, Omar, Declan, Adam, Usama and Alan.

Shop Address: 12 Thames Street, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1PE

Phone number: 0208 5460656

Shop Opening Times:

Monday 09:30-17:30
Tuesday 09:30-17:30
Wednesday 09:30-17:30
Thursday 09:30-18:00
Friday 09:30-17:30
Saturday 09:30-17:30
Sunday 11:00-17:00

Directions: We are between the market place and John Lewis/ Lakeland. Our shop  is next to Cath Kidston. Thames street runs parallel with the river.

Staff recommendations: Kingston is a historic town that manages to preserve it’s ancient feel. Rohan sits alongside the fascinating All Saints church, the coronation place for Anglo Saxon kings. If you go to the Hogsmill River, outside the Guildhall, the Coronation Stone can still be seen. Today, Kingston is a wonderful mix of  themed markets, green spaces and varied outlets, cafes, bars and restaurants. There is the Rose Theatre nearby, a 14 screen cinema, bowling and various canoeing and rowing clubs. River boat trips are also available a few minutes from our store, either to Richmond or Hampton Court.

If you’re feeling peckish we have ‘The Druids Head’ in the square which offers an amazing Sunday roast, Jamie Oliver’s ‘Italian’ restaurant, ‘Wagamamas’ for some noodles,  ‘Al Forno’ another great Italian a bit further and also ‘Riverside Vegetaria’ voted one of the UK’s best vegetarian eateries. If you walk five minutes to the other end of Kingston there is a restaurant called ‘Las Iguanas’ A Latin South American venue with great cocktails, tasty food and live music and ‘Akbar’ the best curry this side of the river.  Or if you just fancy a snack, you can create your own milkshake at ‘Shakeaway’ directly opposite us. ‘The Fighting Cocks’ bar on Old London road regularly holds a comedy club and has featured Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr and Dara O’Briain in the past. There is also a great music store ‘Banquet Records’  recently voted best independent record shop or if you’re looking for a classic vinyl, try ‘Collectors Record Centre’.

Gift Your Gear BANSept16


  1. Kingston Team says:

    In a weeks time, Friday 30th September, Rohan in Kingston will be having a coffee morning, in order to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support. However due to some staff being #TeamTea and others #TeamCoffee, we will instead be having cups of the cake variety (cupcakes!).
    So come down and have a look at the winter warmers we have in store, and maybe even get some delicious cakes to warm the belly, whilst warming the heart with your charitable deeds.

    #TeamTea #TeamCoffee #CoffeeMorning
    #RohanKingston #MacMillanCancerSupport

  2. Rohan Kingston says:

    Kingston Carnival is this Sunday 4th September. It’s a celebration of racial equality and cultural diversity with a massive street parade and music on various stages throughout the afternoon. The music kicks off at 1:30 featuring The Heatwave, Martha, Chas Palmer-Williams and The JB Conspiracy.
    It’s a free, all-ages event in The Market Place in Kingston town centre.

    • Rohan Kingston says:

      The Carnival is currently picking up steam just outside the nearby church, with music and some decidedly delicious smells from the stalls there. So there is still time to get down (or up) here and check out the festively, frantic fun, for all the family.

  3. Michelle @ Rohan Kingston says:

    Gift Your Gear is now happening in all Rohan stores until the end of September. Since 2012, Rohan customers have helped contribute to over 650 community organisations with over 100,000 individual items generously donated to Gift Your Gear. Your donations make a difference! There is also 15% off any full price purchase in store when you donate any old, useable outdoor gear.
    If you have any questions about Gift Your Gear please ring me at Kingston and I’ll be happy to explain: 0208 5460656

  4. Rohantime says:

    Good luck Michelle from us all at Rohan

  5. Declan @ Rohan Kingston says:

    Today, our very own Michelle is participating in the South Coast Challenge, to raise money for The Mayhew Animal Home, a charity that cares for neglected and abused animals, based in north London.
    So I hope you will join us in support of this, a most excellent cause, as she walks from Eastbourne to Brighton – a 54KM journey all told.

  6. Declan @ Rohan Kingston says:

    Looking for things to do on a Sunday morning? Want to learn more of your local cities?
    Now you can, with Kingston Tour Guides offering informative and fun walks through this, a most historic town. Every Sunday, April through September from 11am onwards. First Sundays only October through March.
    Take a walk through a town, through time, and space, to learn of its momentous past, and colourful present.

    For more information go to:

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