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The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.
Part of the Southbank Centre in London, the Hayward Gallery hosts contemporary art exhibitions and high-profile installations in and around a landmark Brutalist building.
In 1968, when the Hayward Gallery in London first opened, it filled a gap in the capital’s art scene. At the time, Tate and the National Gallery were unable to stage temporary exhibitions without relocating their permanent collection; by contrast, the Hayward Gallery offered a dedicated space for contemporary art. Today, it continues to host a broad spectrum of innovative, international artists, with free displays in its project space and ticketed exhibitions including major retrospectives, themed group shows and solo presentations.
Please note there is currently no National Art Pass discount at the Hayward Gallery.
Why you should go
Sculptural Brutalist architecture
Innovative exhibitions of leading artists
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