Exhibitions and displays
Rebecca Warren's first major UK solo exhibition opens the new Tate St Ives
Patrick Heron, one of Cornwall’s most acclaimed artists, will be celebrated in this first retrospective of his work at Tate St Ives
The life and writings of English author Virginia Woolf will be the focal point of our exhibition of women artists since the 1850s
New Tate St Ives
Entry to Tate St Ives is £8.25/£6.60 concessions (without donation £7.50/£6)
Combined ticket with the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is £11/£8.80 (£10/£8 without donation)
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Concessions apply to 60s and over, students over 18, visitors with disabilities, job seekers.
Discounted tickets for pre-paid groups of 10 or more (all groups must be pre-booked).
Free entry for Tate Members, 18s and under.
All visitors travelling to the gallery or museum by public transport receive £1 off admission on production of a valid ticket at the time of purchase (not to be used in conjunction with any other offer). For more information on public transport to the gallery call Traveline on 08712 002 233 or visit travelinesw.com
Enjoy seven days unlimited access to Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Leach Pottery and Penlee House Gallery and Museum. Includes 20% discount at Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange shops and 10% discount at the Tate St Ives shop.
£15/£10 concessions, available from all participating venues.
Monday to Sunday 10.00–17.20
Monday to Sunday 10.00–17.20
Last admission 17.00
The gallery and museum are within walking distance of St Ives town centre and Porthmeor beach.
A frequent rail service operates between London Paddington and St Ives via Reading, Exeter, Plymouth, Bodmin, Truro, St Erth and Penzance. A local train service operates from St Erth to St Ives. For train times and booking see:
There are daily National Express coach services from Victoria Coach Station, London. These services travel via Heathrow, Plymouth, Liskeard, St Austell, Truro, Redruth, Camborne, St Ives and Penzance – stopping at most small towns en route.
There are regular local bus services to and from St Ives.
St Ives is a 15–20 minute drive from the A30. On reaching the town, follow the brown signs to Tate St Ives. Please be aware that parking in St Ives is limited.
Shuttle bus service
A shuttle bus service runs throughout the year between the Trenwith Coach and Car Park and the town centre, which is a five minute walk from Tate St Ives. For details call St Ives Tourist Information on +44 (0)1736 796297.
Park and ride service – peak season
A train park and ride service operates from St Erth and Lelant Saltings stations between the end of May and the end of September. Visitors using the service receive £1 off Tate St Ives admission.
The nearest airport is in Newquay, the regional commercial airport for Cornwall.