Battersea Park is situated on the southern bank of River Thames with a coverage area of about 83-hectare of green space. This park was inaugurated in the year 1858; in olden days this spot was used for dueling and later converted. One of the finest attractions of this park is the Chelsea Bridge; opened by Queen Victoria. Honoring the queen, the road running along the eastern side of the park was named as Victoria road. The northern part of the park was converted into areas for celebrating the festival times and named ’Pleasure Gardens’. With water gardens, fountains and other exclusive amenities, the park is now one of the popular tourist parks. ‘Tree- Walk is a famous attraction involving the arrangement of a series of raised wooden walkways which are connected with platforms suspended on tree branches similar to a tree house. Oyster Creek Branch Railway is a miniature railway which echoed the rural life of Britain. A lot more fun fair was held at Battersea; swings, roundabout, and roller coasters. Currently the park hosts exhibitions, conferences and other Christmas parties serving as a site for fair and meetups. It comprises as a small children’s zoo, bandstand, and a boating lake. All kind of outdoor sports facilities as tennis courts, running track, and football ground also available here.