Battersea Power Station is stepping into Christmas as it transforms into a magical festive destination.

Taking place between November 9 and January 7, the riverside location will see the iconic building’s turbine halls decked out in sparkling lights with more than 120 Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes.

Plus, in Malaysia Square, a massive 40ft tree will be decorated with over 2,000 baubles.

Of course, that's not all the Christmas decorations at Battersea Power Station, as supersized decorations including a larger-than-life bauble installation will take over the riverside piazza along with a trail of giant candy canes.

Battersea Power Station reveals Christmas experience

Along with the impressive display of Christmas decorations at Battersea Power Station, there will be a host of festive-themed activities for all to enjoy.

Including a series of festive arts and crafts sessions from creating a floral table setting, making Christmas cards and wrapping paper as well as bauble painting and much more.

There will also be face painting, and storytelling and the big man himself will be making an appearance.

As Santa Clause himself will step into Battersea Power Station throughout December ready to hear every child's wish list.

Inside the Power Station’s turbine halls, there will be live performances
including carols from the Battersea Power Station Community Choir and Elf Flash Mob Dance sessions for children to put their dance moves to the test.

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Discussing the Christmas events at Battersea Power Station, Sam Cotton, Head of Asset Management at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “Battersea Power Station offers a magical day out for all this festive season with a great mix of shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues, the return of Glide, our riverside ice rink, live performances and creative workshops for all ages.

"There really is something for everyone and we look forward to welcoming visitors to the riverside neighbourhood this winter.”