We believe passionately that no disability should prevent an individual from enjoying art

  • Visitor on the Lichtenstein access tour
    Every visitor should have access to a lifetime of learning

At Tate we work hard to ensure that visitors with disabilities are able to access and enjoy our galleries and collection.

We do this by providing out-of-hours access, British Sign Language talks, multimedia guides and Deafblind/Touch tours.

Donate now

Help us ensure that everyone can develop their enjoyment and knowledge of art and simply have freedom of movement within our galleries.

Your gift, no matter the size, will make a real and important difference. Thank you.

Make a donation today

The tour guide handled my blindness perfectly, in that he treated me like a person
Visitor on a Touch tour

Your ease of access for people with disabilities is really excellent and is transforming my father’s life
A visitor on an access tour

How your donations have helped

In the past year:

  • 2,400 visitors attended a British Sign Language tour
  • 400 disabled visitors experienced out-of-hours access to our exhibitions
  • 200 visitors took part in events during Learning Disability Awareness week
  • 120 attendees to Queer Britannia British Sign Language Interpreted tours
  • 100 people enjoyed an Audio Description tour
  • 58 blind visitors attended a Touch tour
  • 29 deaf guides and interpreters trained to enhance their ability to deliver British Sign Language tours at Tate

Download the Tate Fund report 2014/15 [PDF, 14.97 Mb]