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Garden Museum Café

In person: Battersea Power station area, a private tour

Curious about what is going on around Battersea Power Station? The walk will take about 2 h and include Damien Hirst’s luxurious Newport Street Gallery, Terry Farrell’s MI6 building featured in James Bond films, the new £1 billion American embassy and the iconic Battersea Power Station!

In person: Battersea Power station area, a private tour
In person: Battersea Power station area, a private tour

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2024, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Garden Museum Café, 5 Lambeth Palace Rd, London SE1 7LB, UK

Guests

About the Event

The area south of the River Thames opposite Westminster and Chelsea has transformed quickly. A pivotal moment was when the Americans decided to locate their new embassy building in Nine Elms. Another important step forward was taken when Damien Hirst set up a gallery, including a restaurant called Pharmacy, opposite the railway arches in Vauxhall. The area is slowly becoming a “happening place” and includes art galleries, various restaurants under the refurbished railway arches and two new tube stations. 

The tour takes about 2 hours and we end up at the Battersea Power Station.  If you would like to go up the chimney lift afterwards please book https://lift109.co.uk

If you fancy lunch there are plenty of options. The newly opened roof terrace of the art’otel is a fun place and has a rooftop bar and restaurant with great views, there are two bars, one on roof (16th floor) and one on the 15th floor next to the restaurant called Joia, book https://artotellondonbattersea.com/restaurants-and-bars/

delivered by Annika Hall

Please note that numbers are restricted and we urge you to book asap. (max group size: 12)

On booking your place on the walk we will send you an e-mail confirming specific instructions for the meeting point, the location and Annika's mobile number (if you have not received this within 24 hours of the walk please contact Art Historical London).  If you are running late, please inform your guide by telephone or text as soon as you can.

Unless the weather conditions are really extreme (and we’re talking “don’t go outdoors” weather warning extreme here) or there is some kind of catastrophic transport failure your guide will be there at the meeting point at the appointed time.

Please bring your walking shoes, and remember that the walk may include uneven surfaces and climbing of some stairs.

Tickets

  • Regular

    £25.00
  • Creditor

    This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London because they have paid in advance via bank transfer, cheque or gift voucher.

    £0.00

Total

£0.00

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