This world-famous gallery is packed full of modern art classics - some you might recognise, some you won’t. Don’t leave without marvelling at the scale of the Turbine Hall, popping into the shop and admiring views of St. Paul’s Cathedral from the balcony.
Watch a top-notch Shakespeare production in a replica Tudor theatre just a few hundred yards from the Globe’s original spot.
Whatever you do when you stay in our London Waterloo hotels, make sure you schedule a lunchtime at Borough. Buy artisan breads and cakes, organic fruit and veg, unpasteurised dairy products, free-range meats and way more. There are plenty of eat-in options and stalls serving cooked food.
If you’re passionate about arts, music and culture, you’ll be in awe of the Southbank Centre. Made up of the Hayward Gallery, Royal Festival Hall, Purcell Room and Queen Elizabeth Hall, there’s bound to be something on the year-round programme of events that piques your interest.
Just round the corner from the station, this quiet street has a food market, great second-hand shops and trendy coffee shops.