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Battersea London – 33 Epic things to do (2024 guide)

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Talk about a transformation! From a former and largely forgotten industrial area, Battersea has bloomed into one of London’s trendiest destinations, with a new riverside village, luxury apartment complexes and some of the capital’s most gorgeous green spaces.

From the new Battersea Power Station development chock full fabulous food courts and stylish shops to peace pagodas and putt in the park, there are so many new and old things to do in Battersea, London.

Overlooking the River Thames and rubbing shoulders with neighbouring cosmopolitan Chelsea, here is our 2024 guide to the best activities and things to do in Battersea, South London.

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Recommended Battersea Hotels and Accommodation

With so much shopping and fantastic food and drink options in Battersea plus good transport links in central London, Battersea is a great place to stay whilst in London.

Highly rated Battersea hotels and accommodation includes:

art’otel London Battersea Power Station, Powered by Radisson Hotels
Luxury hotel located next to the iconic Battersea Power Station. Facilities include a restaurant, café, sauna, gym, art gallery and a rooftop heated infinity pool / bar with 360-degree views of the city. Check rates and availability >

Image courtesy of art’otel

Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel
Stylish hotel with immediate access to Battersea Park. Facilities include an indoor pool, sauna / steam room, bar and Portuguese restaurant. Check rates and availability >

Things to do in Battersea, London

1. Battersea Park

One of London’s biggest and best green spaces, Battersea Park has a number of attractions and beauty spots including a boating lake (complete with cafe), tea gardens, a children’s zoo as well as ponds and fountains.

Battersea Park London ponds and fountains. Copyright CK Travels

Perfect for picnics and weekend walks, this 200 acre site also has an art gallery (the Pump House) and band-stands as well as several food and drink outlets dotted around the park.

Every November for Bonfire / Guy Fawkes night, Battersea Park also hosts one of London’s biggest fireworks displays.

Battersea Park London. Copyright CK Travels

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2. Battersea Power Station Shopping Centre / Mall

Battersea Power Station mall is all about shopping in style and is definitely one of the best looking and more high-end retail experiences south of the river.

Opened in October 2022 and making good use of the lower levels of the former Battersea Power Station, this is a slick and stylish London shopping mall and aesthetically pleasing architectural affair where the building itself looks as good as the shops.

Battersea Power Station Shopping Centre / Mall

Spread over several levels and with fine fashion stores in situ at the time of opening (featuring the likes of Tag Hauer, Uniqlo, Tommy Hilfiger, Jo Malone, Abercrombie and Fitch) with more promised over the next few months, Battersea Power Station is a must visit shopping destination with more restaurants and bars opening soon.

Battersea Power Station Shopping Centre / Mall

Recently, a brand new stunning looking food court, Arcade Food Hall has opened at Battersea Power Station – more on this later).

Whilst exploring in and around the Art Deco Turbine Hall, check out the free Battersea Power Station exhibition on the ground floor which explores the history of the building.

For instance, if things had been different, Battersea Power Station could have been one of the UK’s biggest theme parks in the 1990s!

Battersea Power Station Shopping Centre / Mall

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3. Battersea Power Station Lift 109

Getting its name from the fact the panoramic 360 degree viewing platform is 109 metres up (or 358 feet for you traditionalists), Lift 109 is a culmination of rigorous restoration work to one of Battersea Power Stations iconic chimneys, with a journey up to see London’s stunning skyline in a glass elevator (how very Charlie and the Chocolate Factory).

Credit: Backdrop Productions

The Lift 109 trip to the top begins in Battersea Power Station’s Art Deco Turbine Hall, with interpretation panels and displays detailing the building’s rich history.

There is also an opportunity to have your picture taken against a green screen but save it for your own snaps up top! The lift to the top is also an immersive experience with some groovy graphics.

We’d rate Battersea Power Station Lift 109 as one of the best panoramic views in London.

Lift 109 in Battersea Power Station is open daily from 10am until 6pm (8pm at weekends) as of January 2024.

Book your Lift 109 tickets here >

View from Battersea Power Station Lift 109. Credit Joshua Atkins

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4. Control Room B at Battersea Power Station

A new cocktail lounge and swanky bar located in the heart of turbine room B, the Control Room B makes a feature of the original controls and dials of the power station for a unique setting.

Control Room B bar at Battersea Power Station

Boasting a huge centrepiece bar and industrial chic throughout, Control Room B feels like stepping back in time with its 1950s vibe and electrifying cocktails (put some spark back into your drinking!).

We also look forward to drinking out of the miniature Battersea Power Station cocktail vessels – shaken and stirred!

‘Escape The Power Cut’ is a brand new immersive event experience and escape room at Battersea Power Station that takes place every Saturday in the Control Room B. Your mission is to restore power to the Control Room with admission including two cocktails.

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5. The London Peace Pagoda

A little bit of Asian culture and beauty on the banks of the River Thames, Battersea Park is home to the London Peace Pagoda. Built in the 1980s, this is one of 80 peace pagodas located around the world constructed as part of the same peace project.

The London Peace Pagoda Battersea Park London. Copyright CK Travels

With four bronze gilded statues representing various stages of Buddha’s life and a view overlooking the river and surrounded by trees and green lawns, this is obviously one of the most serene settings in London.

It is also very popular too with keep fit enthusiasts and personal trainers too – the steps leading up to the pagoda often seem like the stairs scene in Rocky!

The London Peace Pagoda is over 30 metres high and was the second to be installed in the UK after the first was unveiled in Milton Keynes in 1980.

As you’d expect, this is one of the most peaceful things to do in Battersea. You’ll also find a Tibetan Peace Garden in front of the front of the Imperial War Museum in Elephant and Castle.

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6. Bounce Battersea

The newest table tennis and ping pong bar in London, Bounce Battersea recently opened in August 2023 and is billed as “…London’s home of ping pong”.

Coming in swinging with a top table tennis set-up, a bounty of bottomless brunches, party packages and gaming galore, table tennis in this bouncy and beautiful Battersea Power Station bar starts from £6pp. 

Bounce Battersea Ping Pong Table Tennis bar London
Warm-Up package

We recently tried the ‘Warm Up’ package at Battersea Bounce which included an hour of table tennis, two drinks each and a smorgasbord of snacks that included tacos, fries, vegetarian skewers and a pizza to share (Warm-Up packages start from £25pp).

As well as 12 ping pong tables, there are also 2 beer pong tables and two shuffleboards.

Bounce Battersea Ping Pong Table Tennis bar London
Beer pong table

What we thought was really neat was that unlike conventional table tennis halls, you’re given a whole basket of table tennis balls at the start so you don’t need to worry about running after them to retrieve them. Staff also have a clever ‘ball scooper net’ (not the technical term!) and replenish your supply often. Nice!

Bounce currency has three table tennis gaming bars in London – Farringdon, Old Street and this newest temple of table tennis in Battersea Power Station.

Bounce Battersea Ping Pong Table Tennis bar London

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7. Battersea Power Station – Housing Development and Village

Nowhere in London has been through quite as much change in recent years as the area in and around Battersea Power Station.

Once an industrial powerhouse that supplied a fifth of London’s electricity, the Power Station itself has now been transformed into luxury flats and apartments whilst still retaining the character of the original building. The iconic four tower columns of the station as seen on the front cover of the classic Pink Floyd album Animals are still retained.

The whole area around Battersea Power Station is slowly being transformed to give it a riverside village feel, with new bars, restaurants, cinema and a theatre all becoming part of the complex.

With all the new infrastructure and developments, there are so many new things to do in Battersea and around the Battersea Power Station. It is quite easy to spend a day eating and drinking your way around the complex here.

If you want to learn more about the history of the area, there is a Battersea Power Station heritage trail map and app which takes you round Circus West Village, the first phase of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.

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8. Arcade Food Hall

Battersea Arcade Food Hall opened in summer 2023 and has a fantastic food hall in the heart of the restored Battersea Power Station with a couple of bars, 3 restaurants offering 13 different cuisines, and a private dining room.

You can even enjoy the beautiful bar or sink some shots of the other kind on the American Pool table.

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9. The Coaling Jetty

‘Pier-less’ in terms of riverside views in Battersea, this awesome alfresco area suitable for BYO food and drinks (food stalls sometime open here for special occasions too).

This former industrial jetty and wharf was built originally in the 1920s to enable vast quantities of coal to be quickly unloaded to help fuel Battersea Power Station in its industrial days.

The Coaling Jetty Battersea London. Copyright CK Travels

With stunning views of the River Thames and nearby Chelsea across the river, the Coaling Jetty is a popular picnic spot and also a prime spot for events including the annual Battersea Park fireworks display, sports screenings and the Summer Showtime open air cinema (some of these may be ticketed).

Summer Showtime open air cinema

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10. Battersea Pubs

We’re busy at work on bringing you a dedicated guide to Battersea’s best bars and pubs but for the time-being, of all the Battersea public bars we’ve visited, these are our favourite pubs.

Battersea Brewery

Cold beer at the source always tastes Battersea…sorry… better, see. So Battersea Brewery is the perfect place to unwind after a walk along the Thames path.

With ample indoor and outdoor seating, the brewery is located in the Arches Lane area, nickel nestled between Tonkatsu and Cinnamon Kitchen. The sheer number of beers on tap at any one time at Battersea Brewery is a delight and indoors, you can sit amongst the huge brewery vats.

Battersea Brewery London. Copyright CK Travels

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Secret Garden

Yes, you read that right – a Secret Garden garden (sort of) in the middle of urban Battersea.

A pretty peculiar pub (in a good way), the Secret Garden bar has an outdoor seating area (with a marquee style roof so suitable for all weathers) where you can enjoy your drinks in caravans or disused taxi cabs.

Bohemian as (with prices to match), this is one boozer that has bags of character.

Secret Garden pub Battersea London. Copyright CK Travels


A nice, neighbourhood pub located along Battersea Park Road, home to hearty home-cooked fare and a cute beer garden in the reared with themed huts and cabins, the Lighthouse is a warm and welcoming Battersea boozer (and their calamari is to die for).

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11. Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

Not so much an attraction or Battersea thing to do but Battersea is synonymous with its charitable enterprise the Battersea Dogs and Cats home, which has being rescuing and rehoming abandoned pets in various forms since the 1860s

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

In fact, as you leave on the train from Victoria Station, your main view out will be the Battersea Cats and Dogs home just past the River Thames, amongst all the development and new builds.

They often have Meet the Dogs / Meet the Cat days if you are serious about rehousing but pre-registration is mandatory and public visitors are not allowed.

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12. Roti King Battersea

The incredibly popular and renowned Roti King now has a Battersea branch, handily located next door to Battersea Brewery (can we just say now that this is our idea of heaven?! ).

Roti King Battersea

Located towards the end of Arches Lane at Circus West Village near Battersea Power station itself, this is one way of trying their fantastic Malaysian and Singaporean food without the massive queue you usually get at their original branch at Euston Station – good value and tasty as.

We recommend their roti canai dipped in fish kari (veggie options also available) plus their char kway teow stir fried noodles.

Roti King Battersea

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13. Birdies Battersea

A little ‘Birdie’ recently told us about this marvellous new mini golf course in London.

‘Fore’ real – colourful crazy golf is now available at Circus West Village in Battersea courtesy of Birdies.

Birdies Battersea crazy golf

With bright lights and a neon backdrop as standard and a 9 hole course, this is a great way to combine a little sporting action with a cheeky craft beer or bite to eat – particularly with some of their midweek specials like a game of golf, burger and fries for £25.

A round of golf at Birdy’s Battersea starts from £13 per person (£8 for children) as of January 2024. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult.

There are oodles of eating out and drinking options located next to Birdies Battersea so you could easily make a day of it – very much our cup of ‘tee’.

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Birdies Battersea crazy golf

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14. Nine Elms Sunday Market

Open every Sunday from 8am to 2pm (arrive in style via the brand new Battersea Power Station tube line extension), the Nine Elms Sunday Market takes over the new Covent Garden Fruit and veg market (not to be confused with the Covent Garden in central London).

It has a variety of market and car boot stalls plus street food set-ups (although don’t believe their website that says it is 400 stalls – many of these are car-boot sellers).

Also known as the Vauxhall Sunday Market, this is within easy walking distance of Battersea Power Station too so plenty of options are nearby to celebrate any car-boot bargains or cheap as Sunday market purchases.

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15. The Cinema in the Arches

The Cinema in the Arches (formally known as Archlight cinema) is Battersea’s newest cinema complex, situated within the shadow of the transformed Power Station area and underneath the railway line, making for an iconic and quirky interior.

Archlight Cinema Battersea London. Copyright CK Travels

With three screens and an eclectic line-up of the best of independent and mainstream movies, make a day of it and catch up on your cinema releases before heading to one of the nearby restaurants or bars nearby (Battersea Brewery is right next door – you’re welcome!).

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16. Turbine Theatre

Located near to Battersea Power Station along Arches Lane, the Turbine Theatre opened in 2019 and is a public space by day and small theatre by night. 

Whilst is may be small in size (with less than 100 seats inside), it has an ambitious programming schedule with a combination of new productions and more established pieces. 

Battersea Turbine Theatre

17. Battersea Barge

A converted 1930s Dutch barge that now floats on the River Thames near to Battersea Power Station and Tideway Village, Battersea Barge is a bar and restaurant aboard a boat that has an incredible deck with million dollar panoramic views of London plus specialises in Swiss black craft beer and hand-stretched pizzas.

Regular events aboard Battersea Barge include comedy nights, live DJs plus it is a popular venue to hire for weddings (so make sure you check their social channels before visiting especially).

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18. Go Ape Battersea

We have to admit that heights are not really our thing – we can do viewing platforms atop buildings or rooftop bars but flying foxes and shaky roof ladders just aren’t our bag. That said, if you are in the market for some aerial antics and high up walks, Go Ape at Battersea Park might be for you.

Go Ape Battersea

This is a terrific / terrifying (delete as appropriate depending on your mindset) treetop walk and adventure aerial course suitable for all ages with a zip wire. There is a cafe directly below Go Ape Battersea which serves booze if you need a stiff pick-me-up afterwards!

With courses available for all levels (and quite the alternative team build day out too), this is one Battersea thing to do with real ‘altitude’.

Go Ape Battersea

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19. Battersea Putt in the Park

There are 5 Putt in the Park locations in London and Battersea Park’s course has 12 holes (par 30 in total so no slacking on the back four).

Benefitting from the lush green setting and surrounding by tall trees (plus all the aerial apparatus from nearby Go Ape adventures), Battersea Putt in the Park is a fun Battersea day out.

Battersea Putt in the Park

Afterwards, you can enjoy freshly cooked pizza from the on-site cafe.

Prices start from £13 per adult and £10 per child as of January 2024 with a 10% booking fee. There is also a special offer where a family of four can play crazy golf for £42.

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20. Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

Little animals for little explorers! Located in Battersea Park where normally the most exotic animal you will see is a dog off a lead or aggressive pigeon, Battersea Children’s zoo is a treasure trove of critters and cute animals from chinchillas and chipmunks to emus and lemurs with an adventure playground included in the admission.

This is one of the best things to do in Battersea with kids.

Battersea Park Zoo day prices start from £12.50 per adult and £10.50 per child as at January 2024. Check the Battersea Park Children’s Zoo website for specific feeding times.

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21. Awesome architecture at Prospect Place

Whilst not strictly a Battersea activity or thing to do, if you are in the area and visiting Battersea Power Station, make sure you check out the incredible architecture of the Frank Gehry designed apartments at Prospect Place (if only we had a spare million or two).

Situated in the shadow of the Grade II listed power station, this is the very first UK housing project to be created by Gehry and consists of two crooked buildings with 300 apartments inside – certainly a destination place to live!

Prospect Place Frank Gehry Battersea London

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22. Albert Bridge

A beautiful 1930s bridge spanning the River Thames between Battersea and Chelsea, Albert Bridge is an incredibly ornate suspension bridge that is used as a backdrop in many films and TV series, and recently grade II listed.

Keep any eye for the various decorations and adornments along the bridge span if you walk across, from golden galleons to coats of arms.

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23. The Sky Pool at Embassy Garden

Whilst not strictly open to the public unless you are an acquaintance of an Embassy Garden resident, the Sky Pool is definitely worth a visit if only to gawp up at people swimming around from the ground, to see what all the fuss is about.

Loved and loathed in equal measures by local residents, the Sky Pool is a 25 metre transparent swimming ledge whereby you can look up and see people mid swim.

Controversially, the Sky Pool at Embassay Gardens is only open to those residents who fully own or fully rent their flats meaning many neighbouring apartments are effectively priced out of using them (and apparently it costs a sh*t tonne in heating costs).

Come and see what all the Sky Pool controversy is about – you can even grab an outside table in a nearby cafe to witness the spectacle.

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24. District Speciality Coffee Shop

An Aussie inspired coffee shop located a Union Square with views of the USA Embassy (if spying is your thing), this cool looking caffeine pit-stop is a popular brunch spot frequented regularly by Battersea and Nine Elms residents.

With a huge outdoor sitting area and cool as interiors, this is the biggest of District’s three London coffee shops. The Battersea branch also doubles as a neighbourhood bar in the evenings with occasional BBQ pop-ups.

25. Bunga Bunga

Chances are if you’ve been on a few hen-dos in London, it is likely you’ve visited Bunga Bunga, a quirky Italian diner with a legendary bottomless brunch offering (all the pizza and prosecco you can eat) plus crazy karaoke and a Sistine Chapel themed stairwell).

Bunga Bunga Battersea is easy to find with its bright green exterior and vibrant fascia . There are several Bunga Bunga branches but Battersea is the original one and the best.

26. Visit London’s Newest Underground Tube station

As of 2023, the recent expansion of the Northern Line has now reached and opened in both Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms.

So if you want to visit a brand spanking new Tube station that is eerily quiet or are a fan of all things London Underground, this might be an interesting way to arrive at Battersea.

Note the Tube carriages themselves are still the old Northern line ones so the vehicle interiors are pretty grim.

Battersea London Underground Tube station. Copyright CK Travels

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27. The Cinema in Battersea Power Station

Catch a movie at The Cinema in Battersea Power Station, located on level 3 of Turbine Hall B, within the same building as a gym (so you can work off the popcorn indulgence afterwards).

You’ll find the cinema just across from the iconic Control B (so perhaps have a Moscow Mule after your movie).

The Cinema inside Battersea Power Station has 2 screens showing a variety of movie genres and often holds events like movie Q&As and music performances – there is also a bar inside open to all plus a private member’s area.

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28. Battersea Flower Station

Everyone knows about Battersea Power Station but how about Battersea Flower Station?

A blooming marvellous thing to do in Battersea, this is a cute and charming independently run garden centre that is home to thousands of plants to purchase plus beautiful bouquets.

Battersea Flower Station

Battersea Flower Station is pretty quirky to visit once inside as it is actually a huge thin strip of land – it feels like you are walking down a side street full of flowers.

Like a mini Columbia Road Flower Market but in south London, Battersea Flower Station is open Tuesday to Sunday.

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29. Uber Boat by Thames Clippers

As Battersea is a little far out from the historic heart of London (the Square Mile) and central London, a nice way to arrive in style is by an Uber Boat by Thames Clipper along the river. 

Plus an added bonus is that you get to see cool riverside attractions along the way like the South Bank, London Eye and numerous historic London pubs on the river.

The Uber Boats by Thames Clippers are a speedy and sleek way to get from central London to Battersea; the journey time from central London to Battersea on the River Thames is less than 20 minutes.

Plus start the Battersea party early with some drinks aboard the Uber Thames Clipper from their bar.

If you are looking to do some of these things to do in Battersea, we’d definitely recommend arriving by Uber boat on a sunny day.

The first Uber Boat by Thames Clipper leaves central London at 6am on weekdays (9.39am weekends) until 23.30 at night.

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Ck Travels Tip – Battersea Power Station is one of the best places to get the River Thames Uber clipper as many clippers start from the pier here so you are generally guaranteed a seat. The Uber Clippers are often full by the time they reach the London Eye.

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30. Joia Bar

Rejoice for Joia, a new sky / rooftop bar in Battersea, located on the 15th floor of art’otel Battersea Power Station along Electric Boulevard.

Image courtesy of art’otel

Meaning ‘Jewel’ in Portuguese, this is an Iberian inspired rooftop bar and restaurant from Portuguese chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, who has previously won two Michelin-stars.

Promising to bring the spirit of Lisbon to the London skyline, Joia the is perfect place for an epicurean Portuguese experience.

Image courtesy of art’otel

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31. Apple Store, Battersea

Battersea’s Apple Store is now open in the bowels of historic Battersea Power Station (it also happens to be Apple’s 40th store in the UK).

Packed to the rafters with iPhones, Apple Macs and AirPods, this is your best bet for Apple products in south London.

Most days at Apple Battersea, there are in-store demonstrations and product displays.

Apple Battersea also offers the best of iPhone photography workshops whereby you can learn about how to get more of your iPhone pics whereby you can then try your improved photography skills on the iconic Battersea Power Station architecture.

You can also ask questions at the Genius Bar (not the usual type of Battersea bar or pub!).

32. Glide at Battersea Power Station (Seasonal – November to January)

A brand new seasonal pop up, ‘Glide at Battersea’ skates onto the riverside concourse outside Battersea Power Station at winter – Battersea’s Christmas ice-skating is one of the best skating rink set-ups in the capital.

Glide at Battersea Power Station ice skating

Against a backdrop of one of the London’s most iconic buildings – the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station, it is the only open-air ice skating rink that is located by the River Thames and features three interconnecting rinks and a huge 30ft Christmas tree.

Away from the rink, remove your skates at Battersea Christmas ice-skating rink and have a go on a selection of vintage-style fairground rides and or enjoy live music and entertainment in The Glass House.

Glide at Battersea Power Station usually runs from early / November to the first week of January– why not arrive in style via an UBER Clipper Boat.

Book your Glide ice skating ticket online >

Glide at Battersea Power Station ice skating
Glide at Battersea Power Station ice skating

Our final thing to do in Battersea….

33. Electric Boulevard

Aptly named for one of the main thoroughfares into Battersea Power Station, Electric Boulevard is a newer lower concourse and shopping area that leads into the main indoor shopping area.

It is pedestrianised with lots of oversized toys for kids (like a giant chess set) and also bedecked with a small colourful outdoor picnic area.

Shops along Battersea Power Station’s Electric Boulevard include the South Korean food store Oseyo, Zara and a new M&S Food store.

Oseyo Korean supermarket Battersea London

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  • Reply
    April 29, 2022 at 9:13 am

    Pretty sure thats Albert Bridge?

    • Reply
      CK Travels
      April 29, 2022 at 10:44 am

      Yep we made a mistake! Thanks so much for letting us know

  • Reply
    Juliet in Paris
    August 6, 2022 at 9:31 am

    This is fantastic, thanks so much! I’m going to London in a week and really want to visit this area.

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