Situated about three kilometres south of Hyde Park Corner, Battersea Park is considered by many to be the most interesting of all the London Parks. An inner city park with so much variety, hidden secrets, and activities.
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The Park is home to a number of historic, and contempory, gardens
There are over 4000 trees in the Park, many dating back to the original layout in the 1850s'.
The Park is home to a number of pieces of sculpture, such as Henry Moore’s Three Standing figures, Hepworths Single Form, Kenningtons Memorial and Hicks Brown Dog.
A number of themed walks are being defined, but get a taste of what's coming
a popular subject for postcards, and the collection shown here gives an interesting view of how things have changed over the years.
So much has happened in the Park since openeing in the mid 1800s