Light Up Your Winter with the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station
Are you looking for a fun and free way to brighten up your winter nights in London? Then you won't want to miss the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station, a spectacular display of light art installations from British and international artists. The festival runs from 25th January to 25th February 2024, and it's the perfect opportunity to explore the iconic Grade II* listed Power Station and the new Electric Boulevard, a pedestrianised high street for London.
The Light Festival at Battersea Power Station features seven stunning pieces of artwork, curated in partnership with Light Art Collection, the experts behind the Amsterdam Light Festival. You can discover a giant diamond, illuminated butterflies, a playable light piano, a cycling light battle, and more. Many of the installations are interactive and responsive, inviting you to touch, play, and participate. Some of them also have soundscapes and music to enhance the experience. The installations are lit daily from 8am to 11pm.
The Light Festival at Battersea Power Station is not only a visual feast, but also a cultural and culinary one. You can enjoy a range of family-friendly activities, workshops, live performances, and music throughout the festival, including live weeknight performances on the 'Light Piano 1.5' installation. Over the weekends, you can watch live 'glow shows' from specialist LED performers, and join the Silent Disco in Turbine Hall B for the first time on 16th February. You can also indulge in some delicious food and drinks from the food huts and trucks, or from the over 50 restaurants, cafes, and bars at Battersea Power Station. You can find everything from Italian to Indian, from burgers to sushi, and from wine to beer.
If you are looking for a comfortable and convenient place to stay near the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station, look no further than Hotel Indigo London Paddington. This boutique hotel is located in a Victorian townhouse in a leafy part of the Paddington neighbourhood, just a short stroll from Paddington Station and Hyde Park. The hotel reflects the local history and culture of Paddington with its design, artwork, and murals. The hotel has 64 designer bedrooms, a fitness centre, a conference suite, a garden terrace, and a Bella Italia restaurant.
Getting to the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station from Hotel Indigo London Paddington is easy and convenient. You can take the train from Paddington to Tottenham Court Road, and then take the Northern line to Battersea Power Station. The journey takes about 21 minutes and costs £3 to £6. Alternatively, you can take the Bakerloo line from Paddington to Charing Cross, and then take the Northern line to Battersea Power Station station. The journey takes about 26 minutes and costs £3 to £4. You can also take a taxi from the hotel to the festival, which takes about 11 minutes and costs £40 to £55.
Don't miss this chance to light up your winter with the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station. Book your stay at Hotel Indigo London Paddington today and experience the extraordinary in London.Book Now