Tate Members enjoy a variety of special offers – check back regularly for the latest
Members can enjoy*
25% off art publication – Thinking About Art
This ground-breaking publication will have a huge impact on the study of art history and will have a wide appeal, enthusing and inspiring art lovers, teachers and students alike.
Christine Riding, Chair of the AAH and Head of Arts at Royal Museums Greenwich
Thinking About Art explores some of the most influential works of art and architecture in the world by exploring various themes, to offer intriguing juxtapositions of art and history. The book ranges across time and topics, from the Parthenon to the present day and from patronage to ethnicity, to reveal art history in new and varied lights. A really good read for anyone with an interest in art history.
Tate Members can receive a 25% discount on the book’s usual purchase price of £24.99 when purchased online. Simply enter the discount code ‘AAH25’.
Offer valid until 31st May 2016
Discount tickets to the Affordable Art Fair
Tate Members can claim £5 off tickets to Battersea’s Affordable Art Fair. The Affordable Art Fair Battersea will run from 10 – 13 March 2016 and Tate Members can enjoy attending the show at a discount price. 110 local and international galleries will descend on Battersea Park, showcasing an array of original artwork, all available for between £100 and £5,000.
Whether you’re seeking something bright and bold, small and subtle, or cool or captivating; the fair is an ideal place to spot a great investment piece, and offers the chance to find art that reflects each visitor’s passion.
To redeem your discount simply enter discount code TATE at the online checkout. This will entitle you to £5 off all tickets, except those for the Charity Private View and the Late View.
Offer valid until midnight on the 13 March 2016.
Discover Alexander Calder, the man who made modern art move.
Tate Members can claim 20% off the fascinating textbook Calder in France which undertakes an in-depth exploration of the significant years Calder spent in France, from the crucial Parisian years to his move to Saché in the Loire Valley, where he designed his final monumental studio in 1963. The revue offers deeper insight into his work and life through archival documentation, intimate letters and beautiful photographs by Ugo Mulas and Agnès Varda. Images of the artist’s work will be published alongside seminal texts including Calder’s grandson Alexander S. C. Rower, Susan Braeuer Dam, Director of Research and Publications at the Calder Foundation and Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director of the Serpentine Gallery in London.
Order now at a special price of €60 for Members (instead of €75).
From February 2015, Members will be able to use their 10% discount* at Tate Online Shop simply by logging in.
If you already have an online shop account using the same email address you registered for your membership with, you should start to see the discount appear every time you add something to your basket. If you have never shopped on the online shop, we have created an account for you using the email address you registered for Membership with and your Membership number and the first four digits of your postcode as your password. E.g. 2012345678SE27
When you first log in you can go and reset your password under ‘My Account → Account Details’.
*Please note that your discount will not work on sale or clearance items.
Vinea Wine bar
Tate Members receive 15% discount throughout December at Vinea Wine Bar, Albert Dock. Simply show your membership card on arrival
Chinese National Peking Opera Company
Members will receive buy one get one free on tickets purchased online or over the phone. Quote ‘CNPO241’ at the checkout. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
Enjoy a Pollock cupcake and regular hot drink for just £3.20, a saving of more than 20%.
To claim the offer Members must show their membership card. The offer includes all hot drinks.
Tate St Ives Limited Edition Print Series
Enjoy 20% discount for Tate Members on Tate St Ives limited edition prints during the Tate St Ives temporary closure. To view the selection and to take advantage of this exclusive offer visit our limited edition print series.
This offer is at the discretion of Tate Enterprises and is valid from 28 September 2015 – 20 May 2016.
Temporary offers for Tate St Ives members
Tate St Ives is about to enter an exciting time. The gallery will have a temporary closure from 28 September - Summer 2016 in order to complete major structural works in the heart of the gallery. The construction is part of our Tate St Ives Project.
During this temporary closure, The Terry Frost exhibition (10 October 2015 – 10 January 2016) will be hosted at the Newlyn Art Gallery and Exchange . All Tate Members will enjoy complementary entry to this exhibition – just show your membership card to gain entry.
Plus, during the closure Tate St Ives Members will continue to enjoy fantastic benefits and events, including free entry offered by selected cultural venues in Cornwall. Please note these offers are available to Members with the Tate St Ives pass only.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
From 1-31 January 2016 Tate St Ives Members have complementary entry into this splendid Cornish garden – a fantastic opportunity to explore this splendid Cornish garden with 200 acres of garden history, mystery and romance.
National Maritime Museum Cornwall
Entrance to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, located in a harbourside building in Falmouth, is free to Tate St Ives Members from 1-29 February 2016 – a brilliant opportunity to uncover stories of the sea, boats and the maritime history of Cornwall. (Please note offer excludes the February half term from 13-21 February.)
Free entry to the Eden Project’s gardens and massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants and exhibitions in December 2015. As well as between 1-30 April 2016 and 1-31 May 2016.
Tate St Ives Members have free entry to Leach Pottery from 1 January 2016 – 21 May 2016 for the following show: Trevor Corser (23 January 2016 - 1 Mar 2016)
Penlee House Gallery and Museum
Penlee House Gallery and Museum is the only Cornish venue specialising in the Newlyn School and early St Ives artists. Receive free entry from 1 January 2016 – 20 May 2016 to the following shows: Ithell Colquhoun: Image and Imagination 16 January – 19 March 2016 and Fred Hall: From Newlyn School to Caricature opens 26 March 2016.
Discover the magic of this beautiful Cornish valley garden with over four miles of footpath with free entry between 1-31 March 2016.
Hotel offers at St Ives
Members receive discounts at local hotels in St Ives to make the most of your visit to Tate St Ives. Remember to quote your membership number when booking to take advantage of the various offers.
This petite, private, luxurious and relaxing hotel is only five minutes’ walk to the beach, down the coast path, direct from the gardens.
Accepting advance bookings only, and no children under the age of ten, in order to maintain its ethos of serene and luxurious living. Members enjoy 10% discount off the tariff at this stunning hotel overlooking St Ives harbour and Bay.
This intimate Edwardian seaside hotel is in the centre of the town. Enjoy 10% off as a Member.
*Tate Members accepts no liability or responsibility for any of the third party bookings, products and services listed above and provided by third party suppliers. The third party suppliers will be supplying products and services to you on their own standard terms and conditions. These are seasonal discounts offered to Tate Members by Tate Enterprises, What’s Cooking, Hope Street Hotel, Blue Hayes Private Hotel and 11 Sea View Terrace, which may be withdrawn at any time.
Offer courtesy Tate Enterprises