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Battersea Park Lake
"Battersea park is one of the best parks. They have a boating lake, zoo, running track, tennis courts and lots more. Its underrated compared to Hyde park, however Battersea is the one to watch out for!"
The Peace Pagoda
"One of the best bits of an awesome park - thoroughly recommend strolling through the lakes, seeing the gardens, visiting the Pump House Gallery and, of course, the Peace Pagoda."
Battersea Park Millennium Arena
Albert Bridge Rd.
"There's nothing good here unless you're into fat wannabe muscle nancys thinking they're at Venice Beach"
"Gorgeous park to relax in, great for running too. There's tennis courts, a bowling green, a walled garden, community greenhouses, and a great play area and paddling pool/sand pits for the kids."
"When not invaded by the trendy set over the weekend, it's a great local park with a paddling pool, the London Fields Lido, tennis courts, two children's play parks, and a table tennis table."
"Lovely park, stunning flowers. Inner circle not to b missed. Open air theatre- grand. Cafe is fab & healthy but a little pricey."
The Prince Albert
Pub · £
85 Albert Bridge Rd
"Get a table out the front with a great view of the park."
Battersea Park Children's Zoo
"Really lovely cute little zoo with friendly staff. Brilliant for kids with a few different play areas."
Battersea Power Station
188 Kirtling St
"A Grade II-listed Art Deco masterpiece, and Europe's largest brick building, Battersea Power Station is a London icon."
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