The Royal Festival Hall is part of the Southbank Centre, one of London’s most exciting and popular cultural venues with a whole host of art, performance and film screenings on-site. As well as a multitude of cafés and bars in the building, the riverside walk is often full of performers and fast food stands to cater to the crowds of tourists alighting on the centre. Nearby attractions include the National Theatre, Hayward Gallery, Tate Modern, British Film Institute and London Eye.
By Tube: The nearest station to the Royal Festival Hall is Waterloo on the Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and National Rail lines, a 10 minute walk from the theatre.
By bus: The RV1 stops directly at the Royal Festival Hall.
By taxi or car: There is a taxi rank at Waterloo station. There is parking available at the Hayward Gallery car park, on Belvedere Road and outside the Queen Elizabeth Hall’s artists’ entrance.