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.
Southbank Centre car parks now operate on a Pay-by-Phone system. If you are a regular user of the car parks, you may wish to register in advance by visiting paybyphone.co.uk or calling 0330 4007275 The location code for both car parks is 79004 and users will need to enter this when paying by phone.
Tariffs* in both car parks are as follows:
Any length of time between 5pm and 1am £9
All other times:
Up to 1 hour £6.50
Up to 2 hours £9
Up to 4 hours £12.50
Up to 6 hours £15
Up to 8 hours £20
Up to 12 hours £25
Up to 24 hours £35
Please note the concessionary rate for customers attending paid, ticketed events at Southbank Centre is no longer available.
* All credit card payments are subject to a 30p transaction charge.
For any queries, please contact CP Plus Limited on 0207 431 4001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking for Blue Badge holders
There are a limited number of dedicated parking bays for Blue Badge holders in the Hayward Gallery Car Park only. Visitors should display their Blue Badge clearly in their vehicle. (It's no longer necessary for Blue Badge holders to get a parking ticket validated at the Ticket Office).
Motorbike and Cycle Parking
There are designated motorbike bays inside Southbank Centre Car Park – Hayward Gallery, and bicycle racks on Belvedere Road by Royal Festival Hall and Festival Riverside.
A taxi rank is adjacent to Southbank Centre Square on Belvedere Road. If you are arriving at Southbank Centre by taxi, please ask to be dropped off at Southbank Centre Square.
Coach bays for free drop off and collection only are available by the London Eye (pre-booked spaces only) and on the Upper Ground Slip Road off Waterloo Road behind the National Theatre, and also on the slip road opposite the National Theatre leading up to Waterloo Bridge.