Battersea Park in bright sunshine
Battersea Park offers more hidden secrets, variety and opportunities for simple enjoyment than most visitors ever hope to find in an inner city park. Located just a few miles south of the famous Marble Arch, the park is often hailed as London’s most interesting public green space by both locals and visitors.
Battersea Park pagoda
Battersea Park walk
Charming gardens dot the space, including the Old English Garden. The calm oasis is just a short walk north of the Cricket Pavilion, and its walkways and arbors burst into life each spring with delicate blossoms. The Sub-Tropical Gardens, first planted in 1863, attract attention immediately with their unusual plants, huge leaves and show-stopping kaleidoscope of colors.
Battersea Park Lake
The Russell Page Garden was designed by the famous landscape architect to add beauty to post-war Britain, and it still offers a bright break in the city with its masses of color, exuberant domed yew trees and formal beds of roses.
People at Battersea Park
Battersea Park Trees
London winters can be harsh, but beauty can be found at the park in all seasons thanks to the Winter Garden. As snow blankets the city, the garden still provides vibrant color.
Pump House Gallery at Battersea Park
Battersea Park Lake sidewalk
The on-site Pump House Gallery was built in 1861 to provide water to the park’s cascades and lakes, but it is now a contemporary visual arts space that entertains and educates visitors.
Battersea Park Pagoda
Battersea Park lake view