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by rozi25 (subscribe)
Rozina.M
Published June 7th 2011
Guinness clock


Battersea Park is located on the south bank of famous river Thames, opposite to Chelsea. Battersea fields, which was once considered to be a duelling spot in 1846, has been transformed into a recreation park. And most of the English people do know that it was the home ground of Wanderers.F.C amateur soccer club, the first-ever winners of FA cup in 1872.

Famous attractions that you should never miss out in this park are Guinness clock, Oyster Creek Branch Railway, Children's zoo, a bandstand, boating lake, sporting facilities like football pitchers, a running track and tennis courts, London Peace Pagoda and finally the Bronze Brown dog statue. Overall, it's a must-visit place for fun loving people.

So,as Petula Clark sings, "Meet me in Battersea Park" and have fun!
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Why? It has almost every spot one would look for
When: All time
Where: Wandsworth
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