Free Collection Displays
Feel the impact of Bourgeois’s intense psychological insight through the artworks in this display
The Tanks are designed to showcase live art, installation and the moving image. The artworks all explore different aspects of the human voice
This display introduces you to some of the best-loved artworks in the Tate collection
Nauman’s audio sculpture fills the Turbine Hall with voices, some clearly audible, others indistinct, joined by new sounds made by visitors
See how artists in Tate’s collection have responded to the impact of mass media
Artists around the world have examined the modern city in a range of works
See works that create a dialogue with the materials and spaces of everyday buildings
Investigate the processes artists use to make artworks, and how our responses are integral to the piece
Explore artworks from Tate's collection that respond to their social and political context
Discover artists from Tate's collection who have embraced new and unusual materials and methods
Discover how artists working between the 1960s and the 1990s opened up new spaces for participation
View recently acquired works from Tate’s collection
Explore a modern portrait of gender identity, class and love in the bustling city of Mumbai
Join us on the last Friday of the month to experience the gallery after-hours with a mix of art, music, film and workshops
Explore the issues of gender and race in contemporary art through collective manifestos
Discover the fusion of Islamic, Byzantine, Arab and Persian influences in Zeid's abstract work
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Explore the life and work of this celebrated sculptor and painter
Artist Richard Deacon answers the question, where do ideas come from?
Discover more about the abstract artist's style of painting and the influences behind her ground-breaking work
Enter Giacometti's world through the photographs of Ernst Schiedegger
Eat, Drink & Shop
Serving a family friendly menu of British classics with stunning views
Discover our very own blend of chocolate made in-house at Tate Modern
Eat and drink while enjoying panoramic views of London’s skyline
Enjoy drinks, fresh sandwiches and light meals with a seasonal focus, from breakfast to dinner
Discover a range of artist books and specially selected products including designer collaborations, jewellery and prints
Enjoy a room with a view at Tate Modern in our critically acclaimed Members Bar
Dine, relax and meet with friends whilst enjoying our highest panoramic views across London
Serving Tate Coffee, tea, cold drinks and snacks
Peruse an unrivalled range of art books, magazines, prints, design objects and art materials
Serving bespoke drinks as well as a delicious selection of cakes and pastries
In Tate Modern
See performances and interactive art and video installations; these galleries celebrate new art
Visit this vast, iconic space for large-scale sculpture and site-specific installation art
Behold awe-inspiring 360ᵒ views of the London skyline, from high above the River Thames
Plan Your Visit
Explore the story of art, from 1900 to the present day
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Our in-gallery team can help you get the most out of your visit. Whether it is how to plan your day or to share stories, ideas and opinions about the art on display, do ask us.
Admission to Tate Modern is free, except for special exhibitions. Become a Tate Member or a Patron and get free entry to all special exhibitions. Visitors with a disability pay a concessionary rate, and carers’ entrance is free. Under 12s go free (up to four per parent or guardian) and family tickets are available (two adults and two children 12–18 years) – see individual exhibitions for more information.
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Information 09.00–18.00, daily; Membership and ticketing services 9.45–18.00, daily
Sunday to Thursday 10.00–18.00
Friday to Saturday 10.00–22.00
Last admission and ticket sales for special exhibitions Sunday – Thursday is at 17.15 and 21.15 on Friday – Saturday. Ticket desks close at this time.
We are closed 24–26 December, but open as usual on all other days of the year, including Bank Holidays and New Year’s Day.
Southwark (Jubilee Line, 600 metres approx
Blackfriars: District and Circle Line, 800 metres approx
St Paul’s: Central Line, 1,100 metres approx.
Routes 45, 63 and 100 stop on Blackfriars Bridge Road
Routes RV1 and 381 stop on Southwark Street
Route 344 stops on Southwark Bridge Road
Blackfriars 300 metres from the South exit; 800 metres from the North exit.
London Bridge 1,100 metres approx.
Cycle Hire Docking Stations are located on New Globe Street and Southwark Street.
A drop off / pick up point is situated on Holland Street, just outside the main entrance.
There are no parking facilities at Tate Modern or in the surrounding streets. Public transport is the easiest way of getting to the gallery.
A drop off / pick up point is situated on Southwark Street, a short walk from the main entrance.