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How to get to Battersea Power Station

Transport links and access are changing fast around Battersea Power Station. Find out the latest and best ways to get here, and what’s coming up in the future.

Getting Here Today

Searching for 'Battersea Power Station' using online maps may take you to the wrong place. Even iof you've been here before, please use the icons below to guide you, as access may have changed since your last visit.

Please note, a new route is now open, leading from Pump House Lane (Off Battersea Park Road) to Circus West Village. You can also use the steps or lift on the south side of Chelsea Bridge road to get to the river walk.

Sorry there is no parking on site in Circus West Village. Parking is available in Battersea Park.

Bike

Bike

With city bikes found under Grosvenor Arch, cycling is an excellent way to get to and from the London Seafood Festival.
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Bus

Bus

Catch one of the many buses to Battersea Power Station for the London Seafood Festival.
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Car

Car

All you need to know about catching taxis to the London Seafood Festival and parking at Battersea.
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Railway

Railway

Battersea Park Station and Queenstown Road Station will get you closest to the festival fun.
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River Bus

River Bus

The MBNA Thames Clipper, docking at Battersea Power Station Pier, is the most nautical way to travel to the London Seafood Festival.
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The Tube

The Tube

Go underground to catch the Tube to Circus West Village (via Grosvenor Arch).
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