LFA 2018 at Battersea Power Station
Throughout the month of June, Battersea Power Station will once again welcome the London Festival of Architecture with a series of activities celebrating the site’s unique heritage identity.
Take in Studio Kyson’s Treehouse, hop on board the Museum of London Archaeology’s Time Truck, download our Heritage Trail or join us for a breakfast talk on digital placemaking, plus more.
The whole family is invited to come on board MOLA's TimeTruck to learn about local history as well as insights into the Grade II* Listed Power Station. On board, you'll also have the opportunity to 'Ask an Archaeologist' about your own finds and see objects that have come straight out of the Power Station. The "Battersea Power Station Heritage Trail" is available on the App Store and Play Store and we encourage visitors to download the Heritage Trail before they arrive and to bring a set of headphone to enjoy the full audio experience. There’s also a Power Ranger kids activity pack complete with children’s games.
- On Saturday 02 June, Artist Sarah Kate Wilson and members of MUSARC choir will join the celebrations and perform ‘Rainbows’ in and around the Treehouse and take their own view on reflections and identity – this year’s official LFA theme. The piece has been particularly successful since it premiered last year at Palais de Tokyo in Paris and recently at the opening of the newly refurbished Royal Academy.
You can explore the full line-up at batterseapowerstation.co.uk/LFA2018.
Please note: You are encouraged to download our Heritage Trail app, launching here in June, before your visit and to bring headphones to maximise the trail's user experience.