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The Dixon Hotel Near South Bank

The Dixon is a unique hotel near South Bank, housed in the historical Tower Bridge Magistrates Court. It offers authentic design and luxurious amenities. Our hotel is only a short journey away from some of South Bank’s most iconic landmarks, such as the London Eye and the National Theatre.

There are multiple transport options available that run regularly from South Bank to the Dixon’s local area. London Bridge Station is just a short walk away from the hotel, which has lines that run through both Southwark and Waterloo Stations. You will also find multiple bus stops, in which buses regularly run to and from the South Bank area. If you are interested in taking the scenic route, then be sure to stroll the Queen’s Walk alongside the River Thames, which runs between Tower Bridge and Lambeth Bridge.

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London Eye 2009

Within South Bank, there are lots of amazing things to see and do. The London eye is one of England’s most famous attractions, giving visitors a perfect birds eye view of London since 2000. River cruises are also available in the area, departing from the local pier and giving you a stunning sightseeing experience down the River Thames. Find out how you can book tickets.

If you’re looking for the perfect family day out, then check out Sea Life London and discover what amazing underwater creatures currently live in London! Whether that’s a penguin, shark or turtle, there are lots of areas to explore and over 500 species on display, where you’ll be able to learn everything about these unique creatures and the habitats that they live in. Pre-book your tickets for this exciting family adventure.

The Southbank Centre is another must-see attraction. This multi-venue arts centre hosts a year-round festivals programme and is the UK’s largest arts centre. Featuring more than 5,000 events from across the globe, the programme covers everything from art, theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, literature and debate. Find out what’s on at the Southbank Centre.

For a frightful day that you’ll never forget, then try delving into the history of the London Dungeon. This unique walk-through experience uses live actors, thrilling rides and special effects to portray some of London’s most gruesome past. After you descend into the depths of the dungeon, you’ll hear the stories of Sweeney Todd, Jack the Ripper and other unsavoury characters. Face your fears and book tickets today.

The National Theatre can be found on the riverside of Southbank. This leading London theatre has three auditoriums, staging some of the most enjoyable musicals, plays and family entertainment that London has to offer. Up to three different productions are run concurrently at this Theatre, often featuring some of the UK’s finest actors and directors. Plan your trip to this fantastic theatre.

Looking to browse some of London’s designer boutiques? The Oxo Tower Wharf is an award-winning destination that is situated in the northern area of South Bank. This impressive landmark is home to a huge range of innovative and internationally renowned designers, restaurants and bars. It also regularly hosts various exhibitions, design shows, food markets and unique events. Find out more about this hidden gem.

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Queens Walk Southbank

Just a short walk away you can also find another riverside shopping and dining destination, Gabriel’s Wharf. This charming destination is the perfect place to find affordable jewellery, fashion and a wide range of unique artwork. There are also plenty of delicious restaurants to choose from, including Mexican, Italian and even Trinibagion food. Explore this arty enclave.

For our green fingered visitors, look no further than the beautiful Garden Museum located near Lambeth Bridge. This historical museum showcases various exhibitions, events and collections to celebrate British gardens and gardening. Scattered throughout the museum, you will also find a stunning display of paintings and historic artefacts to give you a unique insight into the British love affair of gardening. Find out more.

Located a short walk away from the Garden Museum sits one of the few mediaeval buildings left in London, Lambeth Palace. This awe-inspiring structure acts as the residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury and is open to the public for guided tours of the crypt, library, guard room and the chapel. Book your tour in advance.

The Dixon is a unique and local South Bank Hotel, located within the cultural centre of SE1. We have 193 stylish rooms to choose from, all of which have been designed to ensure that every guest has the perfect place to relax during their trip to London and the lively South Bank area. Get in touch and book your stay at the Dixon Hotel.