Vauxhall City Farm is a little piece of the countryside right in the heart of London with all the sights, sounds and experiences of rural life.
The Oval has been the home ground of the Surrey County cricket club since 1845. It was the first ground in England to host international test cricket and in recent years has seen significant redevelopment and improved capacity.
Pub along Kennington Lane with two beer gardens, outdoor bar & BBQ. Happy hour everyday from 7-9pm.
Ovalhouse has been known for its support for artists for over 50 years – commissioning new work that responds to today’s social and political issues, and work that reflects the cultural diversity of the local community.
Kennington Park lies between Kennington Park Road and St. Agnes Place. It was opened in 1854 on the site of what had been Kennington Common, where the Chartists gathered for their biggest “monster rally” on 10 April 1848.
The Tea House Theatre is a bright café and event venue with a British menu and theme. Leaf teas, sandwiches, lunch and cakes, just around the corner from Vauxhall City Farm.
The Bonnington Café is a co-operatively run vegetarian and vegan restaurant in the heart of Vauxhall. One of South London’s best-kept secrets tucked amidst the beautiful community gardens of the square.
Sally White is a cafe and food shop based in Kennington, offering the tastiest food from the highest quality ingredients. Sally’s career started in Konditor & Cook and eventually opened her own place here in 2013.
Gasworks is a contemporary art organisation which comprises an art gallery and 13 artist studios, as well as offering residencies, international fellowships and educational projects.
The Sugar Pot is a family-run coffee house that’s been around for over 30 years. Their mission is to create a homely feel for all customers, creating positive community culture.