South Bank

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With excellent access provided by the River Thames and the railways, this area saw the construction of factories and workshops from the 19C. Bombing during the Second World War destroyed large parts of it, and new developments sprang up. Riverside Walk, called Queen's Walk since the Silver Jubilee in 1977, is a good way of exploring the South Bank. The walk begins at County Hall and leads to Southwark and Tower Bridge.

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South Bank Centre
South Bank Centre
Emblematic of the brutalist architecture
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Royal Festival Hall
Royal Festival Hall
Built in 1951 under the auspices of the
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Hayward Gallery
Hayward Gallery
Built for temporary exhibitions, the
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Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room
Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room
In 1967, a second concert hall
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Waterloo Bridge
Waterloo Bridge
The view from the Bridge towards South
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Jubilee Gardens
Jubilee Gardens
The Jubilee Gardens commemorated twenty
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South Bank Centre
South Bank Centre
Emblematic of the brutalist architecture
0:30
Royal Festival Hall
Royal Festival Hall
Built in 1951 under the auspices of the
0:30
Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room
Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room
In 1967, a second concert hall
0:15
See all