Battersea Park Area Guide

Battersea Park is a stunningly green and leafy neighbourhood that has a warm and welcoming feel to it. It is popular for families because of the access to amazing schools and open space but it also has buzzing new areas like the Battersea Power Station and the Nine Elms development along the river. And of course, the park itself creates an ambience that brings this community together.

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Things To Do

Battersea Park is the place to get lost in when you just need some time to yourself. You can take a paddle boat out on the duck pond or have a lie down in the sub-tropical garden, it is just a lovely green space meant for you to enjoy.
Battersea Power Station is a great area full of restaurants, open spaces, and boutique shops. This iconic building that has been repurposed to build a greater sense of community in the area, you must see it.
When you are done visiting the power station walk out on to the Coaling Jetty, and another repurposed area that has been turned in to an amazing garden with spectacular views of the river.
At the beginning of November every year there is a fireworks extravaganza in Battersea Park that you do not want miss, people come from all over London to see it. It is a great night to have fun with friends and family!

Travel time to...

  • Local stations
  • - Battersea Park
  • - Clapham Junction
  • - Queenstown Road
  • - Battersea Power Station
Northcote Road
Car: 20 mins*
TFL: 25 mins*
Ranelagh Gardens
Car: 30 mins*
TFL: 30 mins*
Waterloo Station
Car: 25 mins*
TFL: 15 mins*
Heathrow Airport
Car: 55 mins*
TFL: 52 mins*

*From Battersea Park Station

Schools in Battersea Park schools

  • - Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School
  • - St. Thomas' Primary School
  • - Newton Prep
  • - Bluebells Nursery School
  • - St. John Bosco College

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Property in Battersea Park