Lift 109 - Off Peak Entry Tickets

Lift 109 - Off Peak Entry Tickets

Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station

Available to 25 July 2024

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Get ready to elevate your view of London at Battersea's Lift 109

Brace yourselves for an electrifying adventure like no other with Lift 109 at the Battersea Power Station in London, get your tickets today!

Get ready for the ride of your life as you hop on the brand-new glass elevator. Pick up your tickets today and look forward to your day out in just a few quick taps! 

Prepare to be amazed, amused, and elevated to new heights when you get your tickets today for one of London's most unique attractions.

What to expect at Lift 109 in Battersea Power Station - one of the most unique family days out in London! 

  • See the Power Station’s magnificent Art Deco Turbine Hall A where, through a carefully curated ensemble of original records and evocative media displays, you’ll delve into the building’s rich history and discover how it has reinvented and transformed through time!
  • Enjoy the unique a lighting installation, which whirls and glows as visitors interact with a giant multiplayer touchscreen to collectively ‘generate energy’
  • Enter the Infinity Room: A dramatic countdown signals the next chapter of the experience as you step inside the interactive Infinity Room where energy particles swirl, rise and fall around you, gathering pace as they respond to your touch.
  • Be transported to the base of the north-west chimney from where you’ll board London’s brand-new glass elevator: Lift 109. Continuing onwards and upwards, constellations of light guide your way as the lift makes its exhilarating ascent to the viewing platform 109 metres above ground!
  • Soak in the sights, the world-famous landmarks that make up London’s stunning skyline and enjoy a unique bird’s eye view of the Power Station itself

Take in the views of London like never before in this exciting London day out at Battersea

Take a moment to catch your breath and soak in the awe-inspiring panorama of London's iconic skyline. Marvel at the world-famous landmarks that paint the cityscape and enjoy an exclusive bird's eye view of the magnificent Power Station itself.

Don't miss this chance to soar to new heights and experience one of the most unique days out in London. Get ready for an adventure that will leave you buzzing with excitement and memories to last a lifetime!

Battersea Power Station,
Circus Rd W,
Nine Elms,
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How To Find Us

By Car:

Parking is available in Circus West Village (SW11 8EZ) 24 hours a day.

To access the Circus West Village car park, enter from Battersea Park Road and drive along Pump House Lane to the roundabout with the white sculpture, then turn left at the security point.
Continue on Circus Road West until you reach the corner of Circus West Village and turn immediately left, where you can drive into the underground car park.
Please note, there are a limited number of spaces available and different tariffs apply.

By Underground:

Battersea Power Station is now part of the Northern Line, with its own Zone 1 Tube station located on Battersea Park Road. In addition to this, the Underground stations Sloane Square, Victoria, and Vauxhall are all a short walk away from the Power Station.

Arriving from the north via Chelsea Bridge

Sloane Square station (Zone 1, Circle and District lines):

A 12 minute walk via Ranelagh Gardens and Chelsea Bridge or;
A five minute bus ride on routes 452 or 137
Victoria station (Zone 1, Circle, District and Victoria lines):

A 20 minute walk via Buckingham Palace Road, Ebury Bridge Road and Chelsea Bridge or;
A ten minute bus ride on route 44
Arriving from the south or east of the Power Station

Vauxhall station (Zones 1 and 2, Victoria Line):

A 20 minute walk via Nine Elms Lane
A five minute bus ride on routes 156, 344 or 436

By Bus:

Six bus routes are in close proximity to Battersea Power Station.

From Chelsea Bridge Road:

The nearest bus stop to the Grosvenor Arch entrance is ‘Battersea Park/ Chelsea Gate’. The following buses serve this stop: 44, 137,  452.
From here, walk down the steps on the south side of Chelsea Bridge and along the river walk to Circus West Village.
From Pump House Lane (off Battersea Park Road):

The nearest bus stop to the entrance at Pump House Lane is ‘Battersea Power Station’.
The following buses serve this stop: 156, 344, 436.
From here, cross the road to the entrance at Pump House Lane, and walk along the pedestrian route to Circus West Road (10 mins).

  • Toilets
  • Gift Shop
  • Disabled Access

The Lift 109 experience, which comprises an interactive multimedia exhibition and the ascent of Battersea Power Station's northwest chimney, is expected to take approximately 30-40 minutes.

Sorry! Unfortunately no pets are permitted into Lift 109 unless they are assistance pets. 

Lift 109 is committed to making sure the attraction is inclusive and accessible to all and they understand that some customers will rely on an assistance dogs to attend our events.

Lift 109 can be busy and at times loud, creating an unfavourable environment for animals. For these reasons, we do not permit our customers to bring non assistance animals with them. Lift 109 reserves the right to turn away dogs at the gate who do not comply with Assistance Dogs UK guidelines surrounding assistance dogs.

Lift 109 and Battersea Power Station is fully accessible in your wheelchair, as is the surrounding area. Please keep in mind that the accessible lift must be reserved in advance through contacting Lift 109. 

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