Steps, ramp and entrance to Tate St Ives

Steps, ramp and entrance to Tate St Ives

© James Deavin

Gallery closure from 27 January – 16 May 2014

Please note that that Tate St Ives is closed from 27 January  16 May 2014 due to Phase 2 building works. The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is open daily during this time.

A temporary Visitor Centre is open daily in Meadow Flats (next door to Tate St Ives) where you can view Phase 2 plans, visit our pop-up shop or find out about our events programme.

Accessible car parking

Parking spaces for disabled visitors to Tate St Ives

Pay and display accessible car parking spaces are available about 100 metres from Tate St Ives. There is also a drop off point directly outside the gallery. Getting here

Entrances

Tate St Ives

There is an accessible ramp at Tate St Ives suitable for wheelchairs.

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

There are steps and uneven surfaces at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden that make access difficult.

For this reason wheelchair access is by prior appointment only. Call +44 (0)173 679 6226 or +44(0)173 679 1102.

A wheelchair user at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden viewing Stone Sculpture (Fugue II) 1956 © Bowness, the Hepworth Estate Photo © Tate

A wheelchair user at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden viewing Stone Sculpture (Fugue II) 1956

Photo
© Tate
© Bowness, the Hepworth Estate

Wheelchair provision

Tate St Ives

Three wheelchairs are available at Tate St Ives. You can either book them in advance, or ask a member of staff on arrival. Please call +44 (0)173 679 6226.

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

If you require a wheelchair, please let us know before you visit. Call +44 (0)173 679 6226 or +44 (0)173 679 1102.

Guide and hearing dogs

Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden both welcome guide dogs and hearing dogs.

Disabled visitors

Contact us

Email visiting.stives@tate.org.uk 
Call +44 (0)173 679 6226
TextPhone 18801 702 7400