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Southbank Centre is 21 acres of creative space along the Thames riverside, including Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, home of Saison Poetry Library and the Hayward Gallery.
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Alice
Alice
October 02, 2019
Great space for families and all on the south bank of the rivers. Has a food market outside and often has free concerts.
Cheryl
Cheryl
August 19, 2019
Right beside the River Thames, the National Theatre and BFI Film Theatre are here. Lots of cultural events going on all year, some free. Plenty of restaurants to enjoy by the river and a street food market at the weekend. Very close to the London Eye.
Hannah
Hannah
August 08, 2019
Southbank is just a 30 minute train ride from here- to Waterloo. A great place as a base for sightseeing, lots of great places to eat as well as the National Theatre, BFI and Festival Hall. There is a fab food market.
Mirwais
Mirwais
August 07, 2019
London eye falls on the path of the South bank, SB is also a great place to spend an afternoon having Lunch and enjoying the river views. You will also find a great food market which serves up all sorts of food from different parts of the world. The market is located just behind the festival Hall…
Natalie
Natalie
June 16, 2019
Usually home to interesting exhibitions and performances. Many events are free - see their whatson page.

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