The new Members Room at Tate Britain
The new Tate Britain is now open, marking the end of a two-year renovation project which has transformed the home of British art. Tate Britain now boasts improved access, brand new learning spaces, updated catering outlets and of course the stunning new Members Room.
The new Members Room is located in the Rotunda, at the very heart of the building – an area which has been closed to the public since the 1920s. Beautifully restored by Architects Caruso St John, it features furniture specially designed in response to the late 19th-century surroundings with contemporary interpretations of work by Arts and Crafts designers including Adolf Loos, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and William Russell as well as a stunning 14-metre long bar serving a British themed menu – a perfect setting to relax with friends after taking in an exhibition.
It is a space that warrants the cost of membership alone.
Ellis Woodman, The Telegraph
All of this was only made possible with the help of Tate Members who contributed a remarkable £1 million towards this incredible transformation. Hear from fellow Tate Member Kevin McCloud on how this incredible project came together, as well as a glimpse inside the new Members Room.
Tate Modern Members Room
Enjoy a room with a view at Tate Modern. Take in the stunning London skyline and a buzzing atmosphere (especially when the Room opens late on Friday and Saturday nights). If youre after tranquillity, weekdays are best.
It has a full bar, lunch menu as well as its own evening menu.
You can take in as many guests as your membership type allows. Member admits one person, Plus guest admits two people and Plus guest plus extra card admits four.
Members Rooms opening times
- 10.00–17.30 Sunday–Thursday
- 10.00–21.30 Friday and Saturday
- Lunch menu [PDF, 752 Kb]
- Evening menu [PDF, 592 Kb]
- Wine list [PDF, 336 Kb]
- 10.00–17.30 every day
- Members Room wine list [PDF, 53 Kb ]
The Members Room can be hired for events