Visitors arriving at the Millbank entrance to Tate Britain

Accessible car parking

Parking spaces for disabled visitors near Tate Britain

  • Three spaces for Blue Badge holders on Atterbury Street, by a dropped kerb
  • Three spaces for Blue Badge holders on Millbank

There are also two free accessible parking spaces on the Tate Britain site, accessed via the North Gate on John Islip Street. Please book these spaces in advance, giving at least 24 hours’ notice:

  • Email ticketing@tate.org.uk
  • Call +44 (0)20 7887 8888 (Monday–Friday, 10.00–17.00)
  • Textphone +44 (0)20 7887 8687

Drop off points

There are two drop off points on Atterbury Streetand Millbank. These are both near level entrances to the gallery. Getting here

Entrances to Tate Britain

There are four entrances to the gallery:

Manton entrance on Atterbury Street

  • There is a ramp and steps down to the entrance, both with central handrails.
  • The Manton entrance has automatic sliding doors.
  • It takes you to the lower floor of the gallery where there is level access to the Linbury Galleries, the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms, Rex Whistler Restaurant, Café, telephone, toilets and baby care room.
  • There is lift and stair access to the main gallery areas on the upper floor.
Ramps down to the Manton entrance to Tate Britain on Atterbury Street

Ramps down to the Manton entrance to Tate Britain on Atterbury Street

Millbank entrance

  • There are 20 steps up to this entrance. The first 18 steps are unmarked, and the last two are wider marked steps. There are handrails at either side of the main flight of steps.
  • There is a revolving door and two side doors at the entrance.
  • This entrance takes you to the upper floor and the main gallery areas.
  • There is lift and stair access to the lower floor.
Millbank entrance to Tate Britain

Millbank entrance to Tate Britain

 

North entrance on John Islip Street

  • There is parking for disabled visitors via the North Gate on John Islip Street. Spaces must be booked in advance (see above).
  • Parking is accessed via the back of the gallery; the spaces are near the staff entrance.

Clore Gallery entrance on Millbank

  • There is level access to the Auditorium, toilets and baby care room on the lower floor.
  • There is lift access to the main gallery areas on the upper floor.
Clore Gallery entrance, Tate Britain

Clore Gallery entrance, Tate Britain

Wheelchair and mobility scooter provision

Five wheelchairs and two mobility scooters are available at the gallery.

You can either book them in advance, giving at least 24 hours’ notice, or ask a member of staff on arrival. You must have driven a mobility scooter before to use one at Tate Britain. To book:

Guide and hearing dogs

We welcome guide dogs and hearing dogs in the gallery. Drinking bowls are available – just ask a member of staff.

Disabled visitors

For details of provision and activities see Disabled visitors to Tate Britain.

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