The London Peace Pagoda The London Peace Pagoda

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The London Peace Pagoda

Carriage Drive North, London, SW11 4NJ, United Kingdom | 020 8871 7530 | Website


Beautiful but all steps - NOT wheelchair friendly


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This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair


This is a beautiful pagoda, celebrating the Buddha, and dedicated to the concept of world peace. There are four separate golden panels depicting incidents in the Buddha's life. It's definitely worth a visit, BUT it's not remotely wheelchair friendly.

Transport & Parking


There's very little accessible public transport in the vicinity. Bus routes 44, 137 and 452 will drop you off at the Chelsea Gate of the park. I don't know about parking.



Battersea Park is generally good for wheelchair access, but look out for dreadful kerbs and bumpy pavements - it's all a bit ramshackle and you risk a rough ride if you're not alert. But the Peace Pagoda itself is totally un-wheelchair-friendly because the only way to get to the upper platform, in order to get a good close-up view of the beautiful golden panels depicting the Buddha's life, is to ascend one of four flights of steep stairs. See my photo below. Zero stars for this.



I haven't checked out any toilets in Battersea Park, so zero stars here means "I don't know".



I have never met any staff in Battersea Park, not even tree surgeons, so zero stars here means "I don't know".


Picture of The London Peace Pagoda, Battersea Park Picture of The London Peace Pagoda, Battersea Park

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