Clapham Common is a massive grassy park set in the heart of Clapham, which is located in the borough of Wandsworth as well as the borough of Lambeth. It is known for its three ponds with a number of examples of Victorian architecture on its periphery. Clapham Common has the largest bandstand in London and is also known for being close to places like Sambrook’s Brewery and the Pump House Gallery. Battersea Park and Power Station, Wandsworth Common and Brixton Market are also areas near Clapham Common which are of interest.
Clapham Common’s park area is surrounded by executive suites that are occupied by the likes of healthcare professionals, television production houses, builders and building service providers, software developers, cleaning services, employment consultants, security services, publishing houses and architectural firms. There are also businesses and professionals such as lawyers, photographers, tour operators and business consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Clapham Common offers a diverse array of entertainment, with theatre, live performances and cinema on offer. The Ritzy cinema offers a unique movie-going experience while Le QuecumBar and 606 Club are great for live music. Theatre goers also have plenty of options including St. James Theatre and The Young Vic. In terms of food, Clapham Common has a lot of different types of cuisine on offer. This includes Clapham Tandoori for great Indian food or Pepper Tree for delicious Thai cuisine. American barbeque-style cooking is on offer at Bodean’s BBQ Steak House while El Rincon Latino is a great place to try Spanish food.
Clapham Common and Clapham North tube stations provide easy access to the London underground network. Mainline services can be accessed via Wandsworth Road railway station as well as at Clapham High Street station. For road transportation options, there are plenty of bus services and taxis running through the area.