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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Fun Things to do in Battersea

There are many exciting things to do in Battersea, from a children’s Zoo to some top quality pubs. If you’re considering a move to this area, you’d be surprised by the amount of shops, markets, entertainment bars and restaurants there are – we can guarantee you there’s something for you to enjoy! If you’re looking for Battersea properties for sale then Eden Harper will be sure to help you find your dream home.

We mentioned a zoo right? Well Battersea Park Children’s Zoo is perfect for a fun filled family day out. Why not take yourself on an adventure to check on the monkeys, crawl down the tunnel to see the cheeky meerkats, have a conversation with the parrots and say hello the goats, donkeys, pigs and emus on the farm. If that doesn’t seem to amuse you then you can always go with plan b, which includes climbing frames, large sandpit with water toys, swings and roundabouts at the infants playground.
If you’re feeling slightly peckish, the Zoo offers a ‘Lemon Tree Café’ where you and the family can grab hot drinks and light refreshments, you can also sit indoor or outdoor. We think you’re just spoilt for choice now!

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If you and the family fancy doing something creative then how about heading over to Pottery Cafe? Bring the children along to a pottery decorating studio and have fun making your very own outstanding pottery products with the artistic Emma Bridgewater. If you're not feeling up to painting freehand this studio offers a range of easy to use decorating sponges, everything from pirates to cupcakes. You may get a little hungry after all that hard work, you’re welcome to choose from a range of delicious coffees, teas, handmade cookies and cakes (who wouldn’t love that?) plus a variety of tasty smoothies and juices to enjoy whilst you are decorating.

If you’re looking for more of a relaxed experience and enjoy mouth watering food, then we have found the perfect place. The Prince Albert is located just across the road from Battersea Park, so if you’ve just had a kick around and you’re feeling thirsty (or hungry) then this place is ideal. They offer a wide range of guest ales which are locally brewed and offer a contemporary outside terrace for all your smokers.
Whether you're looking to indulge in a glass of wine (or two) with friends and family or after some pub grub, which is all cooked from fresh then The Prince Albert is your number one spot.

The Affordable Art Fair is back! March 13-16th 2014 sees the return of London’s friendliest art fair, welcoming all art lovers and thousands of artists under one roof. If you’re looking for high quality art work, traditional or modern-day by some of the greatest names in fine art then get yourself along to this exhibition where you can pick up some decorative pieces on sale from £40-£4000, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
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