Getting to Battersea London

We've been based at our iconic centre in South West London, nestled in the shadow of Battersea Power Station, since 1871.

A landscape view of Battersea park with Battersea power station in the distance

Battersea’s centres are closed to the public except for pre-booked appointments or guided tours.

Customers who wish to rehome a dog or cat are advised to fill out an online rehoming application.

Battersea relies upon donations to raise the vital funds needed to keep our centres running, and we need the continued support of the public to ensure we can continue to be here for every dog and cat. If you can help, please make a donation.

How to get to Battersea London

If you are visiting for a rehoming appointment please use our main entrance on 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA.

If you are bringing in a stray animal or giving up your own pet for adoption please use the entrance of Sopwith Way for dogs and use the main entrance on Battersea Park Road for cats.

Map of Battersea London

Nearest bus routes

44, 137, 156, 344, 436 and 452

Nearest train stations

Battersea Park (from Victoria or Clapham Junction) - three minutes’ walk     
Queenstown Road (from Waterloo) - six minutes’ walk

Nearest tubes

Battersea Power Station on the Northern Line - five minutes’ walk along Nine Elms Lane.

Vauxhall on the Victoria Line - 20 minutes’ walk along Nine Elms Lane.

Travelling by car and parking

There is plenty of parking close by in some of the surrounding streets.

Disabled access

Step-free access is via the entrance on Battersea Park Road. For further information please contact us.