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THINGS TO DO IN BANKSIDE

CONTEMPORARY APPLIED ARTS (CAA)

A stunning shop and gallery showcasing and selling unique pieces by British craft makers - handmade textiles, ceramics, furniture, gifts, homeware, and more.  It is a registered charity to promote and champion British craft.

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TATE MODERN

Our largest museum of modern art housed in the former Bankside Power Station and designed by architects Herzog & De Meuron. The collection consists of works of international modern and contemporary art dating from 1900 until today. Entrance is free to the permanent collection which includes works by leading artists such as, Picasso, Warhol and Dali.

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MENIER CHOCOLATE FACTORY

A 180 seat theatre which comprises a restaurant, bar, and rehearsal rooms. Located in a former 1870s chocolate factory on Southwark Street, it has been home to many award-winning productions such as, 'Sunday in the Park with George' and 'La Cage aux Folles'.

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SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE

A reconstruction of the 1599 open-air playhouse where Shakespeare worked and wrote most of his greatest plays. It is home to the new indoor Jacobean theatre, The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

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THE ROSE PLAYHOUSE

Built in 1587, The Rose was the Elizabethan Theatre on Bankside and where Shakespeare learnt his craft. Remains of the Rose Theatre are protected but there is an exhibition accessed from Park Street.

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SOUTHWARK CATHEDRAL

London's oldest Gothic Church occupying the site for over 1400 years.
 
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GOLDEN HINDE II

A full-size reconstruction of the ship ‘Sir Francis Drake’ used to circumnavigate the globe between 1577 and 1580.  You can experience interactive tours complete with actors in period dress.

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CROSSBONES GRAVEYARD

A plot of land surrounded by London Underground hoardings. There's a big rusty iron gate adorned with ivy, ribbons, flowers, feathers, jewellery, and other curious totems – and with a bronze plaque bearing the epitaph: 'R.I.P. The Outcast Dead'. This is Cross Bones, a pauper's burial ground with a legend going back to medieval times.

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FLAT IRON SQUARE

Flea is Flat Iron Square's weekly vintage market with loads of brilliant vintage and makers stalls.

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JERWOOD SPACE

Former school with rehearsal studios and meeting spaces, temporary art exhibitions, and a cafe.

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KIRKALDY TESTING MUSEUM

David Kirkaldy's former testing works houses a huge testing machine, and many smaller more modern machines. It is open on the first Sunday of each month. Southwark St, London SE1 0JF

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MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

The London Millennium Bridge is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames, linking Bankside with the City of London.

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UNICORN THEATRE

The UK's leading theatre for audiences aged from 2-21, located on the South Bank in a purpose built RIBA award-winning building.

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BOROUGH MARKET

One of London's finest and oldest food markets dating back to the 13th century. It celebrates food selling some of the finest artisan produce from the UK and beyond. There are over 100 stallholders and 30 restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Some come here to shop for hard to find ingredients; some for a hearty lunch at one of the market stalls; and others to simply soak in the cheerful atmosphere. The space is split into two areas: the fresh-produce stalls – girdled by a circuit of bars, restaurants, and shops – by the south entrance; and the food market closer to Southwark cathedral.
 
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