How is life in Vauxhall? A thorough guide of the neighbourhood

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Vauxhall (/ˈvɒks(h)ɔːlˌ -əl/ ⓘ VOKS-(h)awl, -⁠əl)[1] is a district in South West London, part of the London Borough of Lambeth, England. Vauxhall was part of Surrey until 1889 when the County of London was created. Named after a medieval manor, “Fox Hall”, it became well known for the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. “

Some great things about Vauxhall

At Cozee we looked at elements defining the area like restaurants, nightlife, parks, and more. Whether you’re a foodie or night owl, Vauxhall has something for you. Check out spots below to get a feel for life in Vauxhall.

Where can you buy groceries in the area

Grocery shopping is another important activity you will do if you move into the area of Vauxhall. In the below table, we go over the nearby supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s so you know what the area has to offer for your food shop.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Sainsbury’s Local 260-268 Archway Road, London 3 53
Tesco Express 32-34 Highgate Hill, London 2.1 52
Highgate Food & Wine 204 Archway Road, London 5 2

Museums & Galleries nearby

An area thrives through its people and their interactions. Discover Vauxhall through its art scene by exploring galleries, museums, and cultural institutions, providing enjoyable weekend activities and contributing to the vibrant community.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Tate Britain Millbank, London 4.7 18332
Garden Museum 5 Lambeth Palace Road, London 4.3 991
Djanogly Café Tate Britain, Millbank, London 3.3 71
London Fire Brigade Museum Lambeth High Street, London 2.9 47
Kennington Park History Hut FVMQ+3X, London 5 1

What type of green space is there in Vauxhall?

One of London’s best features is the large array of public parks and green spaces. See if Vauxhall offers room to explore and maybe take your dog for a walk.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Vauxhall City Farm 165 Tyers Street, London 4.5 435
Bonnington Square Pleasure Garden 2-12 Bonnington Square, London 4.7 115
Kennington Park Kennington Park Road, London 4.4 3487
Garden Museum 5 Lambeth Palace Road, London 4.3 980
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens New Spring Gardens Walk, Vauxhall, Vauxhall Walk, London 4.3 1433
Riverside Walk Gardens 56 Millbank, London 4.5 196
Hugo Buggs water garden 139 Vauxhall Walk, London N/A N/A
Spring Gardens Nursery 16 Newport Street, London 4.8 55
Cleaver Square Cleaver Square, London 4.6 57
Lollard Street Adventure Playground 102 Lollard Street, Kennington Road, London 4.2 54
Harleyford Road Community Garden London 4.9 9
Vauxhall Park Vauxhall Park, Lawn Lane, London 4.4 1104
Graphite Square London 4.5 2
Albert Embankment Gardens Albert Embankment, Gardens, London 4.3 3
Exercise Corner 15 Meadow Road, London 4.5 2
Community Healing Garden 17 Aveline Street, London 5 1
Riverside Gardens Riverside Walk, London 4.4 7
Pedlar’s Park Pedlar’s Park, 41 Vauxhall Walk, London 4.3 88
Venn Park Vauxhall, London N/A N/A
Nine Elms Park Thames City, London 5 1

Pubs in the area

Being Londoners ourselves, at Cozee, we hold a strong bond with our regular visits to the local pub every week. Why should your experience be any different in your new home? That’s why we’ve thoroughly tested and reviewed all the pubs in Vauxhall. While we didn’t get the chance to personally visit each one, we certainly wish we could have. Here’s the curated list of the finest pubs in Vauxhall.

Pub name Name Address Description
Spit & Sawdust 21 Bartholomew Street Bermondsey SE1 4AL Having been taken over and reopened as the Spit & Sawdust on 17th September 2016 this former locals’ pub close to Bricklayers Arms roundabout now offers a wide range of drinks including both cask and craft keg beers. Table shuffleboard is played here. 3 handpumps.
Victoria 68-70 Page’s Walk Bermondsey SE1 4HL An attractive ex-Trumans corner house situated opposite the former Bricklayers Arms station/goods yard to north of the Old Kent Road. Brothers Pat and Mike have been running the pub for the last 30 or so years. Still uses old mechanical cash registers. Two real ales are usually being served along with a selection of ciders and also a wide selection of speciality gins. Home cooked lunches are available during the week and at other times by prior arrangement.
Albert Arms 1 Gladstone Street London SE1 6EY Cosy Victorian pub dating from 1852 retaining twin bars (named Albert & Victoria) and some original features including leaded windows and wood panelling. One of the upstairs function rooms has been converted for kitchen use. This pub is cards only and does not accept cash.
Alexander Hay Unit 22, Hays Galleria London SE1 2HD Basement wine bar with keg beer and part of a retail development in a converted 19th century warehouse. Was part of Balls Brothers chain. Standard keg beers. Cask beer introduced in June 2023.
Anchor 34 Park Street London SE1 9EF Close to the replica of Shakespeare’s Globe, it was built in the early 1800s. This large pub has many rooms, nooks and crannies. Its outdoor drinking area is right on the Thames-side so perfect for a summer’s day.
Anchor & Hope 36 The Cut London SE1 8LP Handy for the Old and Young Vic theatres, a one bar pub, with one area for diners and one for drinkers separated by a part curtain, part wall partition. Large windows look out on to the street, with outside tables and chairs on the pavement with blinds above providing a place to sit out on sunny days. Note Sunday lunch is served at 2pm as one sitting that must be reserved. 3 handpumps.
Anchor Tap 20 Horselydown Lane London SE1 2LN Was Courage’s Brewery Tap when it had its brewery located nearby. Now owned by Sam Smith’s, this a multi-room gem of a pub, located in a back street just a few steps walk from Tower Bridge. Paved garden area out the back.
Arch House 118 Druid Street London SE1 2HH Brewery taproom situated within a railway arch at the start of the chain of breweries that has become known as the Bermondsey Beer Mile. Following the move of the main brewing operation to Croydon, the Arch House is now an enlarged pub space. The tap room is open on Thursday to Sunday and offers up to two cask and 12 keg beers on tap (some of which are dispensed from KeyKegs) plus a canned and bottled selection to drink on the premises or take away.
Barrowboy & Banker 6-8 Borough High Street London SE1 9QQ Fuller’s Ale & Pie House bank conversion, opened in 1996. Grand establishment with very tall ground floor windows, pale marble columns, very high ceiling with fancy gold plasterwork, wrought-iron railings on the sweeping staircase leading up to a curved gallery, mix of seating, on the walls there are portraits of old bankers and three enlarged Hogarth-style cartoons that depict an “idle barrowboy” and “industrious banker” – surely some mistake! Exceptionally popular, great inclusive mix of after-work and commuter custom.
Bridge Tap 32-34 Borough High Street London SE1 1XU High ceilinged wedge shaped corner pub with original wooden tiled flooring. Large windows look out on to bustling Borough High Street close to the famous market. On the outside corner wall look out for the memorial to the 1914-1918 fallen men of the London Hop trade. Also serves breakfast.
Bunch of Grapes 2 St Thomas Street London SE1 9RS A pleasant traditional pub situated around the corner from London Bridge station, close to Borough Market and in the shadow of the Shard. The ground floor bar area has partitions to give it a more intimate feel while upstairs there is a large dining room with a real fire and a selection of board games. To the rear there is an enclosed multi-level and partially covered patio and smoking area.
Crown 108 Blackfriars Road London SE1 8HW Large comfortable one bar pub built in 1837 with a lovely facade. Tables on pavement out front garden at the rear. Pub available for hire at weekends. Families welcome if eating.
Crown & Cushion 133 Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7HR Bright painted frontage, with 2 large Guiness signs, inside full of artifacts a good number relating to Ireland, this is quite a gem of place. English and Thai food served.
Dean Swift 10 Gainsford Street London SE1 2NE A popular and welcoming pub situated close to Tower Bridge but slightly off the beaten track. There is a single ground floor bar area and a separate restaurant upstairs offering a varied menu including seasonal dishes. The regularly changing selection of three real ales is largely London focused but also includes brews from further afield. In addition there are 15 taps serving a wide selection of craft keg beers. Occasional meet the brewer events are held.
Doggett’s Coat & Badge 1 Blackfriars Bridge London SE1 9UD A large, four-level Nicholson’s pub at the south end of Blackfriars Bridge, situated on the South Bank halfway between Borough Market and the South Bank Centre. The ground floor bar has 10 handpumps, serving a varied selection, and the terrace overlooking the river and covered beer garden at the back provide great outside drinking. The first floor is a restaurant, and the bars on the second and third floors are available for hire. The pub’s name refers to a 300 year old amateur Thames boat race originally organised by actor Thomas Doggett, with the winner awarded a waterman’s coat and silver badge.
Duke of Sussex 23 Baylis Road London SE1 7AY Excellent example of an old Truman, Hanbury and Buxton pub, the exterior is a wonderful example of the style of that time. Picnic tables outside opposite Millennium Green give a place to sit in the open air. Close to Waterloo stations. Refurbished in 2016 and reopened under the management of Hippo Inns. The rear bar is now connected to the larger front bar and set up for serving food. There are now four handpumps in the front bar with some local beers available as well as national ones. There is a function room upstairs.
Elephant & Castle 119 Newington Causeway London SE1 6BN Reopened in summer 2016 by Antic following closure in 2015 which resulted in a campaign to save the pub and Asset of Community Value status being granted. Typically Antic in style with an eclectic mix of furnishings and exposed services and pipework. Bare-boarded throughout and with a raised area of padded seating in booths. Open to view kitchen. There is a large outdoor drinking area to the side of the building, full of picnic tables and that is partly covered and partly heated. Equipped with five handpumps. Door security staff are very active here and the front door may be locked at times, prior to vetting.
Fire Station 150 Waterloo Road London SE1 8SB Located next door to Waterloo railway station, this bar is in an old London County Council Fire Station dating from 1910. You can drink and eat in the area where the fire engines once stood. Modern styled interior along with piped music, with a bar at the front and dining area at the rear. Major Sporting events shown when on terrestrial TV. Has outside tables on the pavement at the front. Extensively refurbished in 2015 and now serving breakfast as part of an all day food offering
Founders Arms 52 Hopton Street London SE1 9JH Modern pub overlooking the River Thames on the Thames Path, close to Tate Modern. Plenty of outside seating along the river front. No function room but an area in the bar can be reserved. Popular with tourists.
George 75-77 Borough High Street London SE1 1NH Dating from the 17th century this public house is London’s last remaining galleried inn and not surprisingly is Grade I listed. The building is owned by the National Trust and leased to Greene King. Large outdoor seating area in the cobbled courtyard in front of the pub. Various ground floor drinking areas to explore and an upstairs Gallery Bar which is not always open. The courtyard is shared with the separate former Heeltap bar that is now renamed The George and run as a sports bar.
George Chaucer House, White Hart Yard, Borough High Street London SE1 1NX Modern pub, with a bright contemporary decoration and furniture. One large bar extends into a number of different areas. Many TV screens for sports events. Outdoor area shares the same courtyard as the historic George which is opposite. With effect from November 2022 the venue was taken over by Greene King, renamed, and is now managed alongside the neighbouring former coaching inn of the same same.
Gladstone Arms 64 Lant Street London SE1 1QN Small and welcoming pub tucked away down a side street around the corner from Borough underground station. A particular favourite with locals. Has a downstairs bar, upstairs lounge and small roof terrace. Has a continuing strong commitment to live music. Was threatened with demolition and replacement with an apartment block in 2015, but a strong campaign by locals and the securing of Asset of Community Value status by the local CAMRA branch helped see off this threat. Closed in late 2016 but reopened in late April 2017 with new tenants and a more contemporary internal decor, but continued regular live music. Has three handpumps and 10 keg taps.
Globe 8 Bedale Street London SE1 9AL In the heart of Borough Market, this venue dates from 1872, built in a Gothic revival style by by prolific south London architect Henry Jarvis who, it is claimed, designed more of the capital’s churches than anyone else. The pub is featured in two films – Blue Ice and Bridget Jones’s Diary. The cask beers are often from local breweries and there is a wide choice of bottles and cans.
Hercules 2 Kennington Road London SE1 7BL Having done a number of stints as restaurants of one form or another the Hercules is now back as a pub under the ownership of Fuller’s. The pub is split over two floors. The ground floor bar is also home to the cask beer and a vast array of keg beer taps. Upstairs is another bar dominated by a large shuffleboard table. There is also a separate meeting room. Food is available all day.
Hide 39-45 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3XF Modern bar in ground floor of office block. Emphasises cocktails, spirits and small plates of food. There is no cask conditioned ale with draught beer being supplied by Fourpure. There is, however, a small range of bottled conditioned beers from local micro breweries such and Kernel and Hiver.
Hiver Beers Arch 56, Stanworth Street London SE1 3NY A weekend outlet where Hiver’s range of beers, brewed by Hepworth in Sussex, are available on cask, keg and in bottles.
Hole in the Wall 5 Mepham Street London SE1 8SQ Situates in a railway arch, a short hop across the road from Waterloo rail station’s main entrance, this independent family owned free house enjoys the comforting rumble of trains overhead on their way to and from Charing Cross. The pub has a small cosy rugby themed front bar, a larger more basic rear bar showing sport on TV and a small beer garden with patio heaters at the back. A long time real ale stalwart, with seven changing cask beers from handpumps in both bars, mainly from London and southern England brewers. The two ciders on offer may not always comply with CAMRA’s definition of real cider. The pub can get particularly busy when there’s a rugby game at Twickenham. Live Irish acoustic folk music plays on Sunday evenings.
Horniman at Hay’s Unit 26, Hays Galleria, Counter Street London SE1 2HD Busy, spacious split level pub situated within the Hays Galleria next to the River Thames, close to London Bridge. Pub takes its name from the tea dealer Frederick Horniman whose warehouse used to be located on the same site.
Horseshoe Inn 26 Melior Street London SE1 3QP A Brakspear-owned pub, close to London Bridge railway station. A deceptively large pub with a large main bar area, side-room, small upstairs function room, first floor sun terrace and a large beer garden. The pub has three dart boards. The upstairs and side-room boards are often reserved on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for local pub leagues, but the board near the Gents is usually unreserved. Trivia: The Horseshoe Inn featured as the exterior of “The Railway Arms”, the euphemism for Heaven in the BBC television series, “Ashes to Ashes”. Three handpumps with changing beers from the Marston’s group.
King’s Arms 65 Newcomen Street London SE1 1YT A popular, Grade II-listed, single-room pub with a traditional and comfortable interior, situated just off the busy Borough High Street. The striking external plaque above the entrance originally stood at the southern end of Old London Bridge and was rescued when all the buildings on the bridge were demolished in the mid-18th century. Five cask beers are usually available and traditional, mainly British, meals are served lunchtimes daily and evenings Monday-Saturday. A first floor function room is available for hire.

What kind of restaurants are there?

Vauxhall has a range of different places to eat. From Chinese, Indian or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and if you are a foodie you will surely find what you are looking for here.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Novotel London Waterloo 113 Lambeth Road, London 4.3 2369
Park Plaza London Riverbank 18 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 5157
Eagle London 349 Kennington Lane, London 4.3 542
The Rose 35 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 1587
White Swan 14 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London 4.3 1522
Pizza Express 25 Millbank, London 4.3 995
Chino Latino Park Plaza Riverbank, 18 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 689
Tamesis Dock Albert Embankment, London 4.3 2258
Bonnington Cafe and Community Centre 11 Vauxhall Grove, London 4.3 563
The Black Dog 112 Vauxhall Walk, London 4.3 1485
The Beehive 51 Durham Street, London 4.3 498
Kennington Tandoori 313 Kennington Road, London 4.3 440
Pico Bar & Grill 74 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 820
Pizza Hut Delivery 343 Kennington Road, London 4.3 401
Pret A Manger 21 Saint George Wharf, London 4.3 789
Millbank Spice 34-38 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London 4.3 332
Garden Museum 5 Lambeth Palace Road, London 4.3 980
Casa Madeira 46b Albert Embankment, London 4.3 2544
Nando’s Vauxhall Arches Arch, 56 South Lambeth Road, London 4.3 1611
Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden 6A South Lambeth Place, London 4.3 878

Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Vauxhall

Working from home means more gym time for many. With chains like EasyGym and PureGym, it’s easy to stay fit in Vauxhall.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Park Plaza London Riverbank 18 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 5157
The Gym Group London Vauxhall 6A Wandsworth Road, Saint George Wharf, London 4.3 788
Foundry Gym – Vauxhall Black Prince Community Hub, 5 Beaufoy Walk, London 4.3 104
Sleven Fitness 78-79 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 135
Good Health Yoga Centre St George Wharf, London 4.3 N/A
YIN YOGA St George Wharf, Wandsworth Road, London 4.3 N/A
Crossfit Vauxhall 15-16 Miles Street, London 4.3 61
London Olympic Weightlifting Academy Railway Arch, 106a Tinworth Street, London 4.3 51
Black Prince Trust Beaufoy Walk, London 4.3 26
LOVE BASKETBALL ACADEMY off 6AA, 5 Beaufoy Walk, Black Prince Road, London 4.3 5
Embody Wellness 11 Saint George Wharf, London 4.3 47
yogawithseema Embassy Gardens, Viaduct Gardens, London 4.3 N/A
F45 Vauxhall Arch 67 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 89
Yoga with Philippe 41 Vauxhall Walk, London 4.3 9
New Motion Fitness 6a South Lambeth Place, London 4.3 8
Vauxhall Leisure Centre 50 South Lambeth Road, London 4.3 318
Manor – SE1 Vauxhall Tintagel House, 92 Albert Embankment, London 4.3 7
Solo60: Spring Mews (Vauxhall) Spring Mews, Solo60, 8 Tinworth Street, London 4.3 10
Champion Fridays Personal Training – Vauxhaul Spring Mews, Solo60, 8 Tinworth Street, London 4.3 N/A
The Iron Club 106A Tinworth Street, London 4.3 8

What to do in Vauxhall

It could be that Vauxhall has a lively atmosphere with many activities happening and there are ways to find this out. To discover what to do in your area, we recommend looking at sites like Timeout that list weekly events in Vauxhall. We want to make finding things easy, so here’s a link to see upcoming happenings in Vauxhall. Also, knowing what’s available in Vauxhall and where helps when getting to know a new place. That’s why we made a map with property price info from this article to simplify your search.

In Vauxhall, what things may you need?

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Vauxhall name before moving in the neighbourhood.

Schools in and around the area of Vauxhall

Having a nearby school is a plus when moving. Below are schools located by Vauxhall. This table is especially important to pay attention to if you are trying to find a place for your child to learn in the next few years.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Lambeth School of Art 38 Saint Oswald’s Place, London N/A N/A
The Grey Coat Hospital School 98 Regency Street, London 4.6 7
London Early Years Foundation 121 Marsham Street, London 3.3 15
Lambeth Teaching Schools’ Alliance Vauxhall Primary School, Vauxhall Street, London 3 1
Octavia House Schools, London – Vauxhall Vauxhall Street, London 5 3
Flute lessons Triangle Estate, 191 Kennington Lane, London N/A N/A
St Stephen’s Primary School Dorset Road, London 4 10
Westminster Cathedral R C Primary School Bessborough Place, London 5 2
Kumon Maths & English 226-228, Kennington Park Road, London 4.9 17
Green Shoots Day Nursery 55 Palfrey Place, London 4.4 7
LEYF – Marsham Street Nursery & Pre-School 121 Marsham Street, London 4.7 9
Lilian Baylis Technology School 323 Kennington Lane, London 4.3 13
Tai Chi City Chichester Street, Pimlico, London 4.9 16
St Anne’s R C Primary School & Pre-school Nursery for 3-4 year olds 6 Durham Street, London 4.3 19
Vauxhall Primary School Vauxhall Street, London 3.6 10
Wyvil Primary School Wyvil Primary School, South Lambeth Road, London 4.8 19
Millbank Academy Millbank Academy, Erasmus Street, London 4.1 16
Henry Fawcett Primary School Bowling Green Street, London 4.5 14
Purple Jay Lambeth Longton House, Lambeth Walk, London 5 7
Fairley House School 30 Causton Street, London 4.8 4

Hospitals, pharmacies and doctors in the area of Vauxhall

Vauxhall has 8 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The Gordon Hospital Bloomburg Street, London 2.6 41
Millbank Medical Centre Medical Centre Building, 20 Page Street, London 3.1 76
Pregma 19 Saint George Wharf, London N/A N/A
Royale Biological Service Vincent Square, London 1 1
Battersea & Nine Elms Outpatients, part of HCA Healthcare UK 12 Charles Clowes Walk, London 5 2
Norton House Rehabilitation Unit 10 Arneway Street, London N/A N/A
Heena Patel @The Pimlico Clinic Lower Ground, Pimlico Clinic, 20 Churton Street, Pimlico, London 5 50
Medical Diagnosis Victoria – Blood Testing Lab 170 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London 5 53

Post offices of Vauxhall

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Vauxhall branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Post Office 167 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London 4.1 240
Vauxhall Street Post Office 36-38 Vauxhall Street, London 2.8 105
Tachbrook Street Post Office 103 Tachbrook Street, London 2.7 38
Westminster Grocery & A Local Post Office Plus 12 Vincent Street, London 4.8 47
Signature Pastas 167 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London 0 0

Tube & Train stations nearby the area of Vauxhall

We assembled the train and tube stations of Vauxhall in a convenient table below so you can find the best location for you to live if transport connections are important to you.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Vauxhall South Lambeth Road, London 4 267
Vauxhall London 4.2 144
Oval 318 Kennington Park Rd, London 4.3 72
Pimlico Rampayne Street, Pimlico, London 4.1 378
Nine Elms 70 Wandsworth Road, London 4.6 100

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