Southbank Centre is a short walk away from Covent Garden and Westminster and minutes from the Waterloo, Charing Cross and Embankment Underground and rail stations. To download a close-up map of Southbank Centre click here.
By underground: Nearest stations are Waterloo (Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo and City lines) and Embankment (Circle and District lines)
By train: Nearest stations are Waterloo, Waterloo East, Charing Cross.
By bus: Buses stop on Waterloo Bridge, in York Road, in Belvedere Road and in Stamford Street.
By river: Boats stop at Festival Pier.
By bike: Bike stands are located in Southbank Centre Square.
Parking: There is parking available at Southbank Centre.
Things to do
Southank Centre is one of the most thriving and innovative cultural hubs on the planet. Its wide-ranging programme includes classical & world music, rock & pop, jazz, dance, literature and the visual arts.
In terms of venues, Southbank Centre consists of the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall (containing the Purcell Room), and the Poetry Library. Situated on the south bank of the River Thames next to the London Eye, Southbank Centre is at the heart of an arts quarter stretching from the Royal National Theatre and National Film Theatre to Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe.
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Places to eat
There are a large number of restaurants and eating places at Southbank Centre. Arrangements have been made for guests to pre-order an evening meal and/or a breakfast (that can be collected). More details will be sent to bookers with their arrival instructions.
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