Free drop-in events, family festivals and activities for children and families take place at all Tate galleries and online

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  • Big and small family event photo 02

    © Ana Escobar

  • Big and small family event photo 01

    © Ana Escobar

  • Big and small family event photo 03

    © Ana Escobar

  • Children being creative at Tate Liverpool

    Family activity at Tate Liverpool

    © Roger Sinek

  • Big and Small family event at Tate Britain
  • Child viewing Sir John Everett Millais, Bt Ophelia 1851-2 at Tate Britain

    © James Deavin

  • Families at the Family Talk event at Tate St Ives

    Family Talk at Tate St Ives

Visiting one of our galleries

All of our galleries are family-friendly. Get tips and advice for visiting Tate with children:

What’s on for families and early years

Free daily resource Free daily activities and resources at Tate Modern and Tate Britain

Our changing series of pick-up activities at Tate Modern and Tate Britain are devised specially for children and families by selected artists. Enjoy exploring the galleries and art works together as a family with our latest edition.

Available all gallery opening hours from Information Desks

Events for families at Tate

From regular weekend activities to special events in the school holidays, find out what’s on for families at each of our galleries.

Early Years programme

We work with Early Years education providers and family groups to support children aged 5 years and under to enjoy art in the gallery and engage in creative practices. Find out more about early years programmes of activity for each gallery.

Online resources for families

Tate Kids

The world’s best online art destination for 5-12s, Tate Kids is an online space to play art games, write stories, and upload and share their art with other children around the globe.

Online resources

Use our free online notes and resources to help you and your child discover more about artworks and artists in the Tate collection, or to help with homework!

Learning at Tate

Find out more about Tate’s strategy for family learning.