1. South East and London
  2. Greater London
  3. London

Attraction Information

Big city, bigger challenge; Go Ape Battersea Park is the most central forest experience in London. It’s twice the height and length of most other Go Ape courses, plus it has something for every member of the family!

Things to Do...
Wondering what you can expect? Think large green spaces, thrilling zip wire flights, wobbly bridge crossings and intricate crossings, the ultimate high wire adventure and an epic dose of thrill... Over 1m tall and ready to explore? Treetop Adventure is your perfect match, with wobbly bridges, the magical Flying carpet and the Fisherman’s Net all waiting for your little monkeys. It's great for families, so ensures no one gets left behind - unless it’s your turn on the speedy zip wire that is! 

Looking for the next step up? Young daredevils over 6 years and 1.2m can take to Treetop Adventure Plus for longer leaps and higher thrills.

If you think you’re brave enough, opt for Treetop Challenge, where you’ll meet obstacles like the Zigzag, the Tarzan Swing and Tibetan bridges, thrilling zip wire and loads more. Short on time but still looking for big thrills? Test your nerve in half the time with the Battersea Park Treetop Challenge Xpress! Face your fears on super high tree-to-tree crossings, reach forest-canopy-high obstacles and soak up the picturesque views of the beautiful park. Did you know Battersea's treetop crossings are twice the height of most Go Ape adventures? Take the ultimate plunge in an epic finale on the 50m zip wire. 

Challenge Xpress course for a quick Go Ape fix or climb high on the Treetop Adventure and Adventure Plus courses for younger kids & families! Located in the heart of Battersea Park, so there's plenty to explore. 

Food & Drink
All that treetop fun has got you feeling hungry, so where do I go for food, I hear you ask? You'll be happy to know there is an onsite cafe that serves both hot & cold food. There isn't a picnic area so the onsite cafe is your best bet. 

Travelling & Parking for Visitors 
By car:
Looking for your nearest travel routes via car to Go Ape Battersea? Check down below for details.
The Park is on the south side of the Thames, between Albert Bridge and Chelsea Bridge. We are closest to Albert Bridge Gate and the car park there. There are a number of Car Parks in the Park, all Pay & Display.
The roads around the park are generally for residents only or pay and display.

By train:
Looking for your nearest train lines to Go Ape Battersea? Check down below for details.
Battersea Park Station: Exit Station to right along Battersea Park Road, walk 50m to traffic lights, Right into Queenstown Road, walk 150m, park on the left.
Queenstown Road Station: Exit Station to right along Queenstown Road, walk 300m, Park is on the left.
Victoria Station: Get a train to Battersea Park Station, or catch the number 44 bus.

By tube:
Looking for your nearest tube stations to Go Ape Battersea? Check down below for details.
Alight at Sloane Square, then take a short taxi ride, or walk 1km south, via Lower Sloane Street and Chelsea Bridge Road, or take a 137 or 452 bus.

By bus:
Looking for your nearest bus routes to Go Ape Battersea? Check down below for details. 
Buses 44, 137, 156, 344, 452 pass/are near the Park, see info below for more detail:
Travelling from the North: Alight at Stop CC – Battersea Park/Chelsea Gate. Cross over the road and enter the park via Chelsea Gate. You’ll find the Park Map board inside the entrance on the left to help you find us.
Travelling from the South: Alight at Stop D – Battersea Park Station. Walk up the road towards the roundabout. Enter the park via Rosery Gate. Use the Park Map board inside the gate on your right to help you find us.
Buses 49, 319, 345 pass or are near the Park, see info below for more detail: Travelling from the North: Alight at Stop BE – Parkgate Road. Turn left down Parkgate Road and continue to enter the Park via Albert Gate. Find the Park Map board a short distance inside the park to help you find us.

By boat:
Battersea Power Station Pier is a 20-minute walk through the park, served by Uber Boat by Thames Clippers. The river bus runs every 20 minutes at peak and every 30 minutes during daytime and at weekends.

  • Challenge Xpress course for a quick Go Ape fix
  • Treetop Adventure and Adventure Plus courses for younger kids & families
  • Located in the heart of Battersea Park
 
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Parking on the site is limited so you might want to arrive early.
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Pricing & Tickets

General Admission
Adults (16+) from £22.00
Kids (10-15) from £22.00
Prices may vary please check the attraction's website for details.

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Yes, there is parking onsite.

Pay and Display Car Park

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Contact Details

Battersea Park
London
Greater London
SW11 4NJ
England

Tel: 01603895500

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