Battersea Power Station

Leave Battersea Power Station pier and turn…

LEFT: Exit the pier to your left and you will find The Coaling Jetty which, constructed in 1932, only opened to the general public in 2019. Its a great family friendly spot which hosts events throughout the year from Christmas markets and outdoor cinemas, to light installations: INFO

 Sunset during the outdoor cinema, 2020 (pic by @batterseapwrstn)
Christmas Market, 2020 (pic by @batterseapwrstn)

STRAIGHT: Head for Circus West Village where you can visit a selection of fantastic places for a bite to eat, either in their out door dining area or grab a take away to have at The Coaling Jetty: INFO For a fantastic crazy golf experience, Birdies re-opens on the 20th May. Great fun for all ages with under 18’s allowed in until 5pm: INFO

Photos by @playbirdies

RIGHT: A two minute stroll to your right along the river and underneath Chelsea Bridge and you arrive in Battersea Park, one of the most beautiful parks in London. There is something to see or do around ever corner, such as wander through beautiful gardens, visit the children’s zoo or challenge yourself at Go Ape! For all of this and more: INFO

Go Ape! (pic source)
Go Ape! (pic by @goapebattersea)
Battersea Park Fountains

If you visit any of these places, or perhaps somewhere I haven’t mentioned, please let me know via Instagram @coventgardenmum or by email. Id love you hear your experience and perhaps even see some photos! Have a great time…