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Walk to the United States of America

US Embassy London

From London Park to Park creator Tim Ingram-Smith, you are invited to walk to the United States of America.

One of the most interesting walks in London… Join us as we explore first of all a neighbourhood park preserved by the actions of residents, then swoop through chinese-built Shanghai-on-Thames by Nine Elms to the prairie grasses and waterfalls of the Embassy of the United States of America, and on past the resurrected Battersea Power Station to the gentle architecture of Battersea Park.

This fascinating walk takes in Vauxhall Pleasure GardensHarleyford Road Community GardenBonnington Square (history), Vauxhall Park, the linear Nine Elms Park which includes US Embassy Gardens; touching on Thames Riverside Walk, the little park by Riverlight Quay featuring Peter Newman’s Skystation, the plantings round Battersea Power Station and Battersea Park itself including the Buddha Peace Pagoda. Afterwards those heading for a tube might cross Chelsea Bridge and peer into Ranelagh Gardens, then detour through the modernist garden at Mulberry Square.

Click through to the London Park to Park website to find out details of from where the walk starts and how to purchase a ticket.

Submitted by: tim.ingram-smith
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2024-06-09 12:00
2024-06-09 12:00

Vauxhall Station, London, UK

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