Battersea Fireworks

Fireworks in the shadow of the iconic power station

In the shadow of the iconic Battersea Power Station is Battersea Park, and it’s here that you’ll find a spectacular annual firework show. This annual event draws in crowds from across the South East and is surrounded by the Power Station’s vibrant mix of restaurants, bars and shops.

New to this year’s event is the Battersea Park Fireworks afterparty – from 20:30 to 01:00 enjoy an exclusive partying experience in the heart of Battersea Park.

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Things to do in Battersea before the fireworks

Just a few minutes’ walk away from Battersea Park is a selection of restaurants, bars and shops to satisfy any taste. Head over for a fresh, Mediterranean brunch at Megan’s, explore Cinnamon Kitchen’s fiery Indian menu for lunch or meet your friends before the fireworks for cocktails and small plates at No29 Power Station West. After the show, warm up with a steaming bowl of ramen from Tonkotsu or treat the family to Mother’s signature sourdough pizza. Settle in for the evening at Battersea Brewery or Vagabond Wines, open until late.

Don’t forget, there’s plenty to come back for. ‘Party on a bike’ spin studio Boom Cycle, VIP celebrity hair and beauty salon Paul Edmonds, Archlight Cinema and luxury florist Moyses Stevens also call Battersea Power Station home.

Find out more about everything that’s open and book at batterseapowerstation.co.uk/retailers

Trains to Battersea Park Fireworks

Our nearest station to Battersea Park is Queenstown Road Battersea, with excellent links to London WaterlooClapham Junction, Richmond and Brentford. Trains to Strawberry Hill, Hounslow and Weybridge stop here.

From the station, it's just a short walk to Battersea Park. Simply turn right when you leave the station, and walk for around five minutes towards Queen's Circus along the A3216 Queenstown Road. The park will be across the roundabout.

Queenstown Road has large steps between the train and platform, and isn't suitable for people with reduced mobility or wheelchair users. You may find it easier to use the nearby Battersea Park station.

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