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About Barnes

The Lodge Hotel London is only one short tube stop away from Barnes. Comprised of both woodland and wetland, Barnes is joined to Putney by the beautiful Beverley Brook River. Known for its local nature reserve, Barnes is a beautiful, leafy district – a real haven away from the hustle and bustle of Central London.

What’s on in Barnes?

  • London Wetlands Centre – The London Wetlands Centre is one of Europe’s largest wildlife reserves and Barnes’ main tourist attraction. Watch rare birds, butterflies and amphibians in their natural habitat – a must for any nature lover.
  • The Bulls Head – One of the more popular watering holes in Barnes and best known for its live Jazz music. Serving both English and Pan-Asian food, The Bulls Head is the perfect venue for an evening out of Putney.
  • Olympic Studios – A popular attraction amongst Rock and Pop fans, the Olympic Studios have been graced by music greats such as The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zepplin and David Bowie. Show your musical appreciation with a visit to the centre.
  • The Old Sorting Office Arts Centre – Whether its theatre, music, arts or film you enjoy, The OSO Arts Centre has something for everyone. Hosting daily workshops, events and exhibitions, the OSO is guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing.
  • Marc Bolan Memorial Site – Acknowledged by the England Tourist Board as a ‘Site of Rock and Roll importance’, this memorial bust is bound to make an impression on you and is well worth a visit to Barnes.
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