SouthBank Centre London, located on a 21-acre stretch of land between County Hall and Waterloo Bridge, is the largest art complex in Europe. The three main venues of SouthBank Centre London are The Hayward art gallery, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, and the Royal Festival Hall. Every year, more than three million people visit SouthBank to see concerts, dance performances, and art exhibitions, some of which are free of charge while other require paid admission.
–SouthBank Centre London can easily be reached by various forms of public transport: the Waterloo and Embankment tube stations, the Waterloo, Waterloo East, and Charing Cross rail stations, and the bus stops on Waterloo Bridge, York Road, Stamford Street, and Belvedere Road. Parking for cars and bicycles is also available.
–There are many events at SouthBank Centre London that are geared toward children and families. Some events that have free admission include performances by the StopGAP Dance Company, The Magnets singing group, and children’s poet Laura Dockrill.
—Tourists who are on a budget and wish to see exhibits and performances at SouthBank Centre London have a variety of options available at no charge. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Appearing Rooms exhibition by Jeppe Hein, while music lovers can attend a free concert by the Handel Choral Club.
–SouthBank Centre London offers several simple ways to book tickets for events: online, by phone, by post, or in person. Tickets can be purchased at the Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, which is open every day from 10 AM until 11 PM.
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