Saturday 24 May – Sunday 28 September 2014
Can you use the picture clues to spy artworks on display in Tate St Ives and at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden?

17 May – 28 September 2014
This exhibition explores the wider national and international contexts of post-war St Ives


Visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden for a remarkable insight into the work one of Britain’s most important twentieth century artists.  Open daily.

Join as a Member and enjoy free entry to exhibitions, exclusive Members Rooms and special offers

Admission and opening times

March – October

Open daily, 10.00–17.20

Late night opening to 21.00 on selected Thursdays during the summer season as part of our 21st Birthday celebrations

November – February

Open Tuesday – Sunday (closed Mondays), 10.00–16.20

Closed 24–26 December

Getting to Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 1TG
Email visiting.stives@tate.org.uk
Call +44 (0)1736 796226

What's on

We’ve a packed programme of events for all ages. Find out what’s on at Tate St Ives

Tate St Ives Phase Two

An exciting project to develop Tate St Ives

Barbara Hepworth Museum

Visit the former home and studio of Barbara Hepworth, open daily from 10.00, to get a remarkable insight into the world of one of Britain’s most important artists

Tate online shop Designed for Tate

Shop online for collections designed exclusively for Tate by our favourite illustrators and designers

Porthmeor Beach : Daily activities Beach Art Explorers

Tuesdays during August, 10.30–12.00 and 14.00–15.30

Become a beach art explorer! Discover, get inspired and create your own artwork in these fun, hands-on workshops

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden : Daily activities Sculpture Quest

Thursdays only during August, 11.30–12.15 and 14.00–14.45

Join us for a hands-on exploration of the museum and sculpture garden

Porthmeor Studios : Events 21st Birthday Talk Series

23 June, 24 July and 21 August 2014

Celebrate Tate St Ives’ 21st Birthday, with a special series of talks led by art historian Janet Axten