Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station



Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station

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Experience breathtaking 360-degree views as you soar high above London at Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station.

What is Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station? 

This epic experience starts in the magnificent Art Deco Turbine Hall A where you will piece together more than 90 years of history through interactive displays and original records.

Interact with the giant multiplayer touchscreen to ‘generate energy’ as a dramatic countdown leads you to the glass elevator. Marvel at a mesmerising display of colourful lights as you ascend 109 metres (358 ft) to the viewing platform in the north-west chimney.

Snap a selfie with London’s spectacular skyline as the backdrop and see how many attractions you can spot, including the Shard, the London Eye and The O2. Don’t forget to look down to experience a bird’s eye view of the Power Station itself.

Browse the Lift 109 Shop at the end of the experience for a range of souvenirs, gifts and clothing.

panoramic views over London's skyline with Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station visible in the image

How long does the experience take?

The experience takes between 35 to 45 minutes, leaving you enough time to take plenty of photos and enjoy the multimedia exhibition.

How do I book tickets?

Book tickets for Lift 109 at Battersea Power Station now.

How much are the tickets?

Tickets are £15.90 for adults and £11.50 for children.

Please arrive at least five minutes prior to your entry time.

What’s on at Battersea Power Station?

Explore the newly developed shopping, dining and entertainment hub at the iconic Battersea Power Station. Shop at high-end fashion brands including Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein and Mulberry; feast on a delicious meal at restaurants such as Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza, Megan’s and Wagamama; play crazy golf at Birdies and watch a film at The Cinema in The Arches.

Or enjoy a picturesque riverside stroll to nearby Battersea Park.

A view of Battersea Power Station against a sunny blue sky, with tall trees and purple flowers either side of it

Where is it and how do I get there?

The closest tube station is Battersea Power Station (Northern line).

Bus routes 156, 344 and 436 stop at Pump House Lane, a 10 minutes’ walk from the site.

There is also a Santander Cycles docking station in Grosvenor Arch named Battersea Power Station Battersea Park and another stand a few hundred metres away named Sopwith Way Battersea Park.

Take in magnificent views of the Power Station from the river and arrive in style aboard Uber Boat by Thames Clippers to Battersea Power Station Pier, a 15-minute walk from Battersea Power Station.


Child Ticket From £11.50 per ticket
Adult Ticket From £15.90 per ticket