The Setting

A 200-acre green oasis in the heart of London, Grade II listed Victorian Park with a wealth of history behind it, situated on the south bank of London’s River Thames and nestled between Albert and Chelsea Bridge. Battersea Park was opened in 1858 by Queen Victoria and in her honour, the roads we see alongside the Park today were aptly named Victoria Road, Prince of Wales Drive and Albert Bridge Road.

For over 160 years the Park has hosted a multitude of events, from the Festival of Britain to Battersea Fireworks, Weddings, Private Parties and many more.

The Vibe

The Victorian Bandstand is located in the heart of Battersea Park in a stunning 360-degree setting surrounded by an arena of trees. Here you can seat up to 250 people for an unforgettable Wedding Ceremony in the most picturesque location!

The Pump House Gallery is a licensed venue for weddings, with a blank canvas throughout, allowing you to make the space your own! The large terrace can house a marquee big enough for up to 250 people, with the gallery floors being used for whatever you would like; a bar, a dancefloor, cloakroom or lounge area. The space is exclusively yours to make your own. It’s the only Grade II* listed building in the Park and makes for a very memorable event!

The Bowling Green Pavilion and Lawn, originally intended for the sport of Bowls is now used as a flexible event space, mostly during the Summer months of May-September.

The Bowling Green Pavilion and Lawn is also licensed and is situated in the centre of Battersea Park, just a stone’s throw from The Victorian Bandstand. With stunning views of Battersea Power Station, in the background, this large open space can house a marquee for hundreds of people and has that ‘outdoor’ vibe! Similar to the Pump House Gallery, this space is also a blank canvas, giving you the flexibility to turn your ideas into reality.