Getting to Battersea Power Station is easy via a number of public transport routes.
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The Power Station is open from 10am – 9pm Monday to Saturday, and 12pm – 6pm on Sunday, however please check individual retailer pages for their opening hours.
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Taxis should be directed to Pump House Lane which is the entry point for vehicular access for Battersea Power Station, security will direct them appropriately once they arrive.
Vehicular access to Battersea Power Station is via Pump House Lane. Public carparking is clearly signposted approx. 200m along the road on the left hand side. We have over 200 car parks on site available for use seven days a week.
We have disabled parking spaces available in our Circus West Village and Electric Boulevard car parks – these spaces are available specifically for use by Blue Badge holders. These spaces are not bookable in advance and are charged at standard rates.
Car Park Tariff
0 – 1 Hour – £4.00
1 – 2 Hours – £5.00
2 – 3 Hours – £6.00
3 – 4 Hours – £10.00
4 – 5 Hours – £13.30
5 – 6 Hours £15.50
6 – 24 Hours £26.50
London’s River Bus, operated by Uber Boat by Thames Clippers, runs between 24 piers from Putney to Barking Riverside. Enjoy comfortable seats, an onboard café bar and a spectacular view of the Power Station from the river.
It has never been easier to get into central London from Battersea Power Station – Hop on board and get to Embankment within 15 mins, Blackfriars within 20 mins and Canary Wharf within 40 mins.
Just as with buses and the Underground, you can use Oyster or any contactless payment card on the River Bus to pay-as-you-go, or alternatively you can pay through the Thames Clippers Tickets and Uber app, buy your ticket online or directly at the pier.
Battersea Power Station now has its own Zone 1 Underground station on the Northern Line. The station entrance/exit is situated on Battersea Park Road.
There are also a number of other London Underground stations within easy reach:
Sloane Square (Zone 1, Circle and District lines). A 12 minute walk via Ranelagh Gardens and Chelsea Bridge or a five minute bus ride on routes 452 and 137.
Victoria (Zone 1, Circle, District and Victoria lines). A 20 minute walk via Buckingham Palace Road, Ebury Bridge Road and Chelsea Bridge or a ten minute bus ride on route 44. Victoria is also a major railway terminus and bus station with a dedicated express service connecting to Gatwick Airport.
Vauxhall (Zones 1 and 2, Victoria line). A 20 minute walk via Nine Elms Lane or a five minute bus ride on routes 156, 344 and 436, with entry to Battersea Power Station via Pump House Lane.
The nearest bus stop to the entrance at Pump House Lane is ‘Battersea Power Station’. The following buses serve this stop: 156, 344, 436. From here, cross the road to the entrance at Pump House Lane, and walk along the pedestrian route to Circus West Road (10 mins).
From Chelsea Bridge Road:
The nearest bus stop to our Grosvenor Arch entrance is ‘Battersea Park/ Chelsea Gate’. The following buses serve this stop: 44, 137, 452.
From here, walk down the steps on the south side of Chelsea Bridge and along the river walk to Circus West Village – Look out for the big ‘POWER’ art installation by Morag Myerscough.
From Pump House Lane (off Battersea Park Road):
The nearest bus stop to the entrance at Pump House Lane is ‘Battersea Power Station’. The following buses serve this stop: 156, 344, 436.
From here, cross the road to the entrance at Pump House Lane, and walk along the pedestrian route to Circus West Road (10 mins).
Travelling by bike is an excellent way to get to and from Battersea Power Station.
There is a Transport for London Cycle Hire stand (Santander Cycles) in Grosvenor Arch, named Battersea Power Station Battersea Park in the cycle scheme listings. There is another stand a few hundred metres away named Sopwith Way Battersea Park. Cycle hire users preferring to access the southern and eastern sides of the Battersea Power Station site will find three more stands in those areas in: Bradmead Battersea Park, Battersea Park Road Nine Elms and Riverlight South Nine Elms.
We also have a number of bike stands around the site, and a Bike Hub where you can lock up your own bikes. The Bike Hub is accessible from street level via the Prospect Way lifts located next to the Prospect Place Playground (the lift will take you directly down to the area next to the entrance to the Bike Hub) or via Malaysia Square/Lumen Lane on the Ground Floor (walk past M&S Foodhall to the end of Lumen Lane and the entrance to the Bike Hub is on the right hand side). There are spaces for around 500 bikes and the Bike Hub is available for use by all Battersea Power Station guests.
Battersea Park Station is located just to the south of the Battersea Power Station site on Battersea Park Road, a ten minute walk from the entrances by Chelsea Bridge or at Pump House Lane (off Battersea Park Road). Southern Rail services run be- tween Battersea Park and London Victoria, Streatham, Croydon and Sydenham and more.
You should always check timetables and the Southern Rail website before making your journey. The Southern Rail website with timetables is here.
Queenstown Road Station is located to the south of the Battersea Power Station site on Queenstown Road, a 15 minute walk from the entrances by Chelsea Bridge or at Pump House Lane (off Battersea Park Road). South Western Railway services run between London Waterloo and stations to the south west.
You should always check timetables and the South Western Railway website before making your journey as service timings vary. The South Western Railway website with timetables is here.
Victoria Station, a major rail terminus and bus station with an express connection to Gatwick Airport, is within easy reach of Battersea Power Station. It is either a 20 minute walk or a short bus ride on the bus 44 from ‘Victoria Station’ bus stop.