Hayward Gallery

About

Hayward Gallery, part of Southbank Centre on the South Bank of the Thames, has a long history of presenting work by the world’s most adventurous and innovative artists.

In addition to putting on major exhibitions and commissioning new artworks in the gallery, the Hayward also organises projects, installations and talks inside and outside other venues across Southbank Centre.

It is the only gallery in the world created in the Brutalist style of architecture – a striking concrete form that Londoners either love or hate.

Hayward Gallery has hosted striking exhibitions by Antony Gormley, Dan Flavin, Roy Lichtenstein, Tracey Emin as well as surveys of the Arts Council Collection.

This content has been supplied by Hayward Gallery

Important information

The Hayward Gallery is currently closed until September 2017 for major refurbishments.

Venue Details & Map

Hayward Gallery

Address
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7960 4200
Email:
Website:
http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk
Public transport:
Underground and Rail Stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross, Waterloo East. Buses stop on Waterloo Bridge, on York Road, on Belvedere Road and on Stamford Street.

Facilities

Accessible Bathroom Facilities
Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
Some toilets with handrails
Accessible Venue Facilities
Level access, ramp or lift to dining area
Level access, ramp or lift to restaurant or cafe
Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
Level access, ramp or lift to the lounge
Level access, ramp or lift to the shop
Accessible Communication Facilities
Audible alarm system
Clear signage (colour contrast, large letters or pictograms)
Hearing loop system
Information available in audio format
Information available in braille
Information available in large print
Visual alarm system
Accessible Venue Facilities
Assistance dogs welcome
Emergency evacuation procedures for guests with disabilities
Staff available to assist
Staff disability awareness trained
Wheelchairs available free of charge
Access into the Building
Assisted wheelchair access
Automatic doors
Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
Ramps from parking area to entrance
Ramps with handrails to entrance
Steps from parking area to entrance
Steps with handrails to entrance
Additional Accessible Facilities
Accessible baby changing rooms
Level access, ramp or lift from entrance to reception
Level access, ramp or lift to garden
Level access, ramp or lift to information point
Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
Low payment counters
Low reception or information counters
Accessible Parking Facilities
Blue badge parking available
Drop-off point for guests available outside main entrance
Public car park available within two hundred metres of main entrance
Access Inside Building Facilities
Accessible lift
All routes suitable for pushchairs or prams
Effective lighting throughout for visually impaired users
Lift buttons with raised numbers or letters
Lift with spoken announcements on arrival at each floor
Ramps with handrail within building
Ramps within building
Some routes suitable for limited mobility users
Some routes suitable for wheelchair users
Some routes with tactile features for visually impaired users
Steps with handrail within building
Steps within building
Attraction Facilities
Gift shop
Indoors
Outdoors
Patron toilets
Public toilets
Booking Facilities
Coach parties accepted
Group bookings accepted
Catering Facilities
Bar
Cafe
Food shop
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Outdoor dining / Beer garden
Picnic site
Private Dining
Restaurant
Set price menu
Theatre menu
Vegetarian options on menu
General Facilities
Lifts
On site parking
Good views
Wi-Fi access
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Free entry
Group rates available
Yelp Reviews

4.5 out of 5 based on 37 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Hayward Gallery

4.0 out of 5 15 September 2015
by Daniel F.

I recently went here for the Carsten Holler exhibition and it's a wonderful space. Quite tucked away to be honest but nice big space in side for exhibits.more

5.0 out of 5 8 September 2015
by Stefan P.

I like the Haywood though it is slightly hidden amongst the other South Bank institutions. Perhaps that's its charm. Like the Whitechapel it isn't afraid to stage exhibitions which are most definitely out of the ordinary. We went to see Carsten Holler which is the only time I've exited an exhibition via a slide attached to the side of the building! Because the Haywood has no permanent...more

3.0 out of 5 5 September 2015
by Elizabeth W.

I've only ever visited to go to the Carsten Holler Decision exhib. Was interesting, weird but queues were quite long!more

5.0 out of 5 19 June 2015
by Jonathan V.

Love it! The exhibitions they present is always modern and though provoking. Yes you have to pay entry but for the quality in show I believe it is a bargain.

The building is located conveniently close to transport links and there is also many dining options around.more

5.0 out of 5 14 March 2015
by Sarah F.

As a gallery space, I love the hayward and its concrete loveliness (yes I did mean concrete and lovely in the same sentence!) The space is interesting and multisensory with some great views across london without even needing to look at any art. The exhibitions are normally contemporary but in an interesting and thought provoking in ways that other galleries don't seem to be.

If you like art...more

Look for similar items by category