Southbank London Eye Views

With the weather finally warming up and sunshine on the way, visit these spaces with views before they get too busy:

National Theatre The Royal National Theatre Garden public terrace on level 3 boasts both London Eye and river views. Entry is free and everyone (with or without a ticket) is welcome Monday - Saturday. Bonus : There is also free Wi-Fi throughout the building, public toilets and baby changing stations.

On your way back to the inside, head to the left. There is a bench located at the corner of the building that provides a view of London Eye and the Golden Jubilee Bridge, an award-winning foot bridge completed in 2002 to commemorate the 50th anniversary reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX

Southbank Centre — Located on the top floor, The Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden features 250+ species plants from Britain and around the world.  The garden is maintained by Grounded Ecotherapy staff and volunteers who have experienced homelessness.  The garden is open Wednesday - Sunday Noon - dusk.  Note: It may be closed due to inclement weather and for private events.

The space also features a bar and cafe that is open Wednesday - Friday 4 pm -
dusk, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays Noon - Dusk.  There are tables and chairs just to the right of the Bar & Kitchen that have a picture-perfect views of London Eye and Big Ben. 

Better to check these out sooner rather than later!


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