People tend to check in during these times:
This park is about to overtaken by the battersea and American embassy developments. Get down soon before it becomes crowded with people. Cars pay to park here,
Great for fresh air, flowers, casual walks, and outdoor sports.
The Pagoda offers stunning vistas along the Thames River
Lovely for dog walking and running.
Great place to walk
It's a oasis in the city. Check it now before the Northern line Extension congests the area.
Pimms and chill
I love to see in the lake, swans, geese, ducks and their babies. The playground is amazing and the new cafe next to, the big fountain and beautiful green areas to walk.
Great place for everyone and weekend chillout :-) sport places, boats, Caffè
One of the loveliest parks in London and very surprisingly it has a lovely continental feel.
Lovely park where you can skate, run, picnic and do everything you wish to do, even Go Ape in a while !
Worth visiting. I went during Formula E final and is quite impressive. Very good for a weekend afternoon with friends and family.
It could be a great park if it wasn't spoilt by commercial events.
Family friendly, has a small lake for rowing and a proper outdoor gym facilities.
Great when the weather is very warm 😊
Perfect for walks/runs/picnics etc
Awesome for pt sessions 💪
Great park! Don't miss the Chinese pagoda by the river. The park is even more beautiful during the summer.
One of my favourite parks in London, some lanes for slowly biking and taking in nice weather. Has also a mini zoo, a pagoda, lakes, botanical gardens and view to the Thames so it's very cool
Great green space. The pagoda being another icing on this lovely cake.
Heaven in London.
Superb for a picnic!
omg just sit in the shade and read a good book
Beautiful and peaceful park along Thames River. Don' t miss Albert Bridge illuminated at night!
The Children's Zoo is amazing, a real hidden Jem in the middle of the park!
Very well kept and full of hidden gems. Great for jogging and cycling or just strolling
Lots of space and views of the Thames
Just opposite side of my apt. Love walking along the river
The place to go to for some peace and quiet.
There's a lot to do here, it's a great space alongside the river, well maintained and good for every type of visitor
Visit the buddhist pagoda
Family cycling, children zoo, and many peaceful spots.
Nice park for relax after hard working day ;-)
Lots of grassy, shady areas
Cosy park, maybe a bit crowdy at some point...
The brown dog is located NEAR the English Garden, on a small wooden path north of it.
Along the path east of Henry Moore's "Three Standing Figures" is the largest hybrid strawberry tree in Britain. No strawberries, though.
If taking the car, take plenty of change for the parking. It's quite expensive. Or you can use the Park mobile app on your phone.
One of the few parks in Central London that are very close to the Thames, which makes it unique!
Very nice to take a walk with your camera
Stick to the riverside and enjoy the river life and fresh air.
Sit by the pond behind the pump house for a peaceful and relaxing lunch, plenty of benches and grassy areas for picnics
Gorgeous flower beds and an amazing pagoda on the riverside
It's prohibited to have a private BBQ. http://jogabo.com/venues/178-battersea-park
Don't miss the Children's zoo, adventure playground, or the Peace Pagoda.
The statue of the little brown dog is on the path around the English Garden, not behind the pump house.
Behind the Pump House is a statue of a brown dog. In 1985 it replaced the original, removed in 1910 when it became a focus of riots between medical students and animal rights campaigners.