Things to do this Summer Holiday at Battersea
There are so many things to do at Battersea Power Station to keep the kids busy and entertained over the Summer Holidays! Let's us help you out this year with our fantastic selection of activities and fun places to visit!
Whether you're looking for free activities, or happy to spend a little on a great day out, we've got you covered!
First up, the return of London's only open-air cinema & theatre experience on The Coaling Jetty. From 17th July until 30th August, Battersea Power Station will once again be the backdrop for silver screen classics and unforgettable theatre performances from The Cinema in the Arches, formerly known as Archlight Cinema, and The Turbine Theatre. With performance taking place mid-week and at the weekends, there's something for everyone. Click here to find out more, see the full schedule and book your tickets!
Heritage & Learning Hub
Our Heritage & Learning Hub under Grosvenor Bridge Arch at the entrance to Circus West Village has reopened! The Heritage and Learning Hub is an interactive exhibition charting the history of Battersea Power Station, allowing visitors to get up close to a carefully curated selection of historical items from within the Power Station and listen to stories detailing the evolution of the Grade II* listed building. Open daily from 9am - 7pm.
If your little chicks are a fan of crazy golf, then Birdies will be right up their street! Put their speed, accuracy and determination to the ultimate test. One to keep those competitive kiddies happy!
DNA VR is the ultimate in out-of-this-world experiences with Virtual Reality Escape Rooms, Multiplayer Games, as well as the company’s signature Free-Roaming Experiences, you’ll be spoilt for choice! From surviving a zombie apocalypse, to travelling to the pyramids in Egypt or fighting off dragons, DNA VR has a game for everyone and every age!
Kids Eat Free at Tonkotsu
Pop in to Tonkotsu over the summer holidays, and they’ll shout the little ones to a free Okosama Kids Bento with each ramen, hiyashi, or katsu curry purchased from their main menu. Kids can choose between Cheeky Chicken or Yummy Yasai bentos - both include a drink and all the ingredients to build their own kid sized ramen, perfect for mini-slurpers! Just enter the code: KIDSFREEW100 when ordering. Available until Sunday 5th September when eating-in only, from 12noon - 7pm daily.
While your little ones are sure to find something on every menu to suit their taste, some of our lovely restaurants have created special menus for the kids, including the Little Birdies menu at Birdies, the Bambini menu at Fiume, the Little People Menu at No.29 Power Station and Megan’s.
A large-scale mobile sculpture has arrived at Battersea Power Station called Mudskipper! British artist James Capper has unveiled his amazing and ambitious new work transforming a former 1980s commercial Thames workboat into a fully mobile sculpture. This new work of art for the river will be on display throughout the Summer, including a series of live demonstrations at Battersea Power Station on Friday 23rd July at 6:30pm & Saturday 31st July at 12pm.
Please note, demonstrations will take place on the North East section of riverside, by Chelsea Bridge car park and last approximately 45 minutes.