New lift in Royal Festival HallClick the links in the menu for access information on the individual venues.
For information on step-free access to Southbank Centre, see our photo access maps.
You can also see a listing of Audio-Described, BSL Interpreted, Speech-to-Text and Captioned performances.

Southbank Centre has two car parks operated on our behalf by CP Plus Limited:

  • Southbank Centre Car Park – Hayward Gallery
  • Southbank Centre Car Park – Hungerford Bridge

Please note that many of the spaces in the Hayward Gallery Car Park are for Blue Badge Holders only.

From 21 September changes will take place to our parking. Please see our Parking page for details.

General information
Please contact the Access Line to request this information in an alternative format:
Tel: 0844 875 0073 (select option 2)
Fax: 020 7921 0607

Access List Scheme
The Access List Scheme may entitle you to purchase tickets at concessionary prices. Find out more

Assistance during your visit
Please contact 0844 875 0073 (select option 2) if you require additional assistance during you visit or further information.

Events leaflet
Southbank Centre's monthly diary is available online in audio format (mp3). To request an alternative format of publicity on forthcoming events, please contact the Ticket Office on 0844 875 0073 (select option 2).

We have a number of wheelchairs for visitors to use, subject to availability from the Artist's Entrance. Please request one on arrival.

We welcome comments and suggestions from patrons, please write to:
The Chief Executive's Office
Southbank Centre
London SE1 8XX.

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