(edge of the Havelock Industrial Estate)
133 Battersea Park Road
London, SW8 4AG
Plenty of 'on-street' parking locally around the Pub
Tel: 0207-738-8588 or read our review in allinlondon's site, click here
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As for Public Transport, Flanagans is only ...
200 meters from Battersea Park Station
200 meters from Queenstown Road Railway Station
No44 Bus Stop right outside the Pub!
(The No44 is the Vauxhall to Battersea bus route and runs every 10 minutes)
Battersea Park was founded and opened by Queen Victoria in 1858 as a place for London's lower classes spend their recreation time in an attempt to curb the criminal element that swept London at that time. The 200 acre park lies on the bank of the Thames and offers brilliant views of Chelsea. There is a Park Office at the Pump House where maps and information are available- including a video of the parks history.
The Festival Gardens lie in Battersea Park- established in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, and is a spectacular example of flora and fauna from across the world.
In 1985 Buddhist monks and nuns constructed a Peace Pagoda near the bank of the Thames. The Pagoda is one of seventy built around the world to commemorate Hiroshima Day- the anniversary of the nuclear attack in 1945.
Acclaimed artist Henry Moore's carving entitled ?Three Standing Figures? can be seen at the centre of the park.
Battersea Park attracts funfairs during bank holidays and holds a spectacular fireworks display every November. There is a boating lake, bowling green and children's playground.
Flanagan's, 21 Bradmead, 133 Battersea Park Road, London, SW8 4AG.
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