How Do You Visit The Hayward Gallery In London?
Without a permanent collection of its own, the Hayward Gallery in London instead hosts three to four major special exhibitions every year. In the past, the works of French Impressionists and Leonardo da Vinci have been featured. All styles of visual arts, ranging from all historical periods, are exhibited at “The Hayward,” as it is now officially called. Use London’s extensive subway system (“The Underground”) to access Southbank Centre. Southbank Centre is a collective arts council that controls the Hayward Gallery in addition to the music and performing arts facilities located in the same complex. Waterloo Station and Embankment Station are the closest subway stops, and London’s light rail network also runs by The Hayward. Take a light rail train to Waterloo, Waterloo East or Charing Cross station. Hop on a London bus that runs down York Road, Belvedere Road or Stamford Street to get to the Hayward Gallery. You can plan your London public transit journey at the Transport for London’s