- High Ropes Courses
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Outdoor
Go Ape Battersea is twice the height, length and scare factor of most other Go Ape courses, so chimps with an eye for a challenge - just whoop if you want to go higher!
You’ll find the course in the heart of Battersea Park on the south bank of the River Thames. It incorporates some of the highest treetops for a two to three-hour long adventure, with knee-knocking obstacles. Have a crack at ‘Chantermerle's Bridge’ or, if you can hold your nerve, attempt the wiggly waggly Zig Zag Bridge. Over rope ladders, wire crossings and zip wires, the Fisherman’s Net is the firm favourite and sure to have some members of your troop screeching!
This course is higher and therefore more physically challenging than most Go Ape locations. That’s why there’s also a Tree Top Junior course for little monkeys aged 6 and over. It’s still got all the same wobbly fun but designed for shorter tails and smaller paws.
- One of the highest and longest Go Ape courses
- Don’t miss the Fisherman’s Net!
- Located in the heart of Battersea Park
- Restaurant Onsite
- Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Battersea Park, London, Greater London, SW11 4NJ, England
Click here to visit Go Ape Battersea Park's website
0845 519 5168
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
February to November
Check the website for details.
Tree Top Adventure
Adults (16+): £36.00
Kids (10-15): £28.00
Tree Top Junior
All Ages (over 1 metre): £21.00
The attraction closes if it is icy, stormy, in high winds or during lightning.
The toilet is located far from the cabin. Allow extra time to get there.
Footwear must be sturdy. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels. Gloves are recommended. Make sure your stomach area is covered. Long hair must be tied back.
Pay and Display Car Park
amazing park riddiculous prices for go ape
Written by Leanne17 . 25.06.17
I was shocked to hear almost £60 for two people one adult and one child aged 5 years to go on the go ape for one hour. You can go to the one in Alexandra palace for half the price. There should be a significant difference in prices for a small child and a teenager and an adult but there isn't. This is Battersea Park not St Johns Park or Hyde Park. Enjoy the ride on train for £3.00 or the golf or the adventure playground and save your money for the other go apes in London that will charge you a lot less. There's one at Trent Park in Cockfosters also.