1. Go to the Drawing Board
Head to the Learning Gallery and join in our pop-up artist studio inspired by David Hockney.
2. Explore the collection
Borrow one of our Swatch activities from the Information desks. Use the Swatch pieces to discover the architecture of Tate Britain, look through filters to view the artworks in a different way and order and re-order the images to make new connections.
Recommended for children age 0–4.
3. Title a Tate artwork
If you were an artwork what would you be called? Pick-up up a copy of our latest Family Activity from one of the Information Desks and get thinking about the ways artists title their artworks.
4. Free exhibitions
Kids get open access to some of the greatest and freshest art there is. The collection displays are free for everyone and you can also visit an exhibition as under 12’s go free.
5. Explore the gallery with your ears
Get out your mobile device and check out Sonic Trails. Click, play and go on a sound journey through the gallery.
6. Change your perspective
Crane your neck to see through, under and over Henry Moore’s sculptures. Or peer in at his tiny working models for the huge finished pieces.
7. Pick a card
Choose a family Welcome Card (or two) from the information desks. They’ll point you to a room to visit and suggest some ways to explore the art together.
8. Shiver, sunbathe and shelter from the wind
Visit the Turner collection and see all kinds of weather swirling round his paintings.
9. Enjoy more with the Tate app
Discover more at Tate Britain, find your way and learn with the new Tate app.
10. Have fun!
On your visit try one of these activities in the galleries:
Strike a pose
Get someone to secretly choose an artwork. Once they have looked carefully at the artwork, find a space in the room and try to recreate that artwork using their body. The rest of the group can then try and spot the artwork the pose was inspired by.
Give us a clue
One person should find a portrait in the gallery that reminds them of someone famous or someone you all know (perhaps a neighbour or a friend). With the help of clues, the rest of the group can guess the chosen person.
We want to hear what you think of Tate. Tweet our Family Twitter and check out Tate Kids to use your Tate inspiration to make your own creations and share with kids around the world.
Heading to Tate Modern too? Check out the Top Tips for visiting Tate Modern.