South Bank Local Information
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The geographical centre of London, which has been growing in popularity as a residential area in recent years.
Famous for the sweeping river views, particularly from its bridges, the area also has the advantage of its proximity to other parts of Central London and the City.
South Bank - Eating, drinking, shopping
Oxo Tower Wharf; design shops and galleries
Mesón Don Felipe Spanish tapas. Handy for the Old and Young Vic theatres.
Menier Chocolate Factory - popular for relaxed approach to the arts and eating; the complex includes a gallery, restaurant and intimate theatre with a range of productions.
Oxo Tower Brasserie and restaurant - spectacular views over the riverWagamama (Riverside level, Royal Festival Hall)
South Bank - Green and open spaces
Bernie Spain Gardens between Oxo Tower Wharf and Gabriels Wharf - host the Coin Street festival in summer.
Jubilee GardensThe Tradescant Garden at the Museum of Garden History Lambeth Palace Road
South Bank - Transport
Waterloo Station Mainline Waterloo East - London Bridge and connections.
Waterloo and City Line
Thames Clipper www.thamesclippers.com
Stops at Waterloo Pier, Savoy Pier, Blackfriars, Bankside, London Bridge and others.
For details of the local bus network please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses
South Bank - Culture - things to do and places to go
London Eye a top attraction for visitors, as well as a beautiful feature of the skyline that has given the South Bank a strong architectural symbol of its own.