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London’s area of Waterloo is well known for being the busiest station in the UK with almost 100m entries and exits every year. Serving the south, it’s the main hub for commuters coming from the leafy suburbs of Surrey and Berkshire.
However, Waterloo has far more to offer than trains and its role in offering great places to eat and visit is often overlooked. In addition to being home to the cultural area of the Southbank, it’s also where you’ll find the London Eye and close to the Tate Modern art museum.
Waterloo could be divided into three sections that include the Southbank, Bankside and Lower Marsh.
Overlooking the Houses of Parliament from the south side of the river Thames, the Southbank area played host to the 1951 Festival of Britain when the iconic modern architecture of the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery and the Southbank Centre were built. This area is ideal for a walk on a sunny day and you’ll often find that there is a special event going on that will entertain and engage you.
Other actitives you might want to see and do in this area include:
· SEA LIFE London Aquarium
· The London Eye
· The London Dungeon
· Florence Nightingale Museum
· BFI IMAX
· Gabriel’s Wharg
· OXO Tower
· National Theatre
If you’re not up for something quite so serious, and you just want to do a bit of people watching, then take a walk along the riverside walkway. You’ll find several places you can enjoy a drink.
If you take a walk along the river towards Blackfriars Bridge, then you’ll be in the area known as Bankside. Here you can see the Tate Modern which offers some of the best of the world’s most modern art. Also look out for the iconic theatre, Shakespeare’s globe and the Golden Hinde Ship.
Behind Waterloo station, you’ll find Lower Marsh which offers small shops, interesting cafes and a market.