|South Central London has seen enormous changes in recent years. As a result it has become a major tourist destination. The boundaries of the area’s districts are shown on the South Central London Districts Map
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Here we find the Tate Museum of International Modern and Contemporary Art, the reconstructed Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, and the Bankside Gallery of the Royal Watercolour Society.
An area of light industry that is changing into a residential neighborhood.
Elephant and Castle
A mall district around two nearby major intersections of thoroughfares. The area is currently in the midst of a major regeneration project.
A small district of the much larger borough of the same name. It is the site of the the Imperial War Museum.
The South Bank
Here we have an impressive selection of cultural and entertainment offerings: The London Eye, a 443 foot high ferris wheel providing a magnificent view of London, the Southbank Centre, consisting of the Royal Festival and Queen Elizabeth Halls and the Hayward Arts Gallery, the National Theatre, the London Aquarium, the BFI Imax Cinema, the Garden and Florence Nightingale Museums, the Topolski Century Art Gallery, the London Studios, a giant production facility for the ITV television network
The district has been converting for the last 30 years from light industry to residential.
The heart of this district is London Waterloo Station, a major railroad terminal. Also here is the Old Vic Theatre.