A British Sign Language (BSL) exhibition tour at Tate St Ives
A British Sign Language (BSL) exhibition tour at Tate St Ives

Concessionary admission and carers’ entry for special exhibitions

Visitors with a disability pay a concessionary rate, and carers’ entrance is free. Admission and opening times

Blind and visually impaired visitors

Guide and hearing dogs

Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden both welcome guide dogs and hearing dogs. Drinking bowls are available – just ask a member of staff.

Large print captions and guides

Large print captions are available in all special exhibitions at Tate St Ives. Ask a member of staff for assistance.

Audio and video material

There is an exhibition study point at Tate St Ives on the third floor. It provides catalogues, video and audio material to accompany the special exhibitions.

Hepworth Audio Guide

The Hepworth Audio Guide is an audio walking tour of the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden specifically designed for blind and partially sighted visitors.

The audio guide is free and available anytime during gallery hours.

Visual description

Find out whether an event at Tate St Ives has visual description in the What’s on pages.

Deaf and hearing impaired visitors

Hearing loops

A permanent hearing loop is situated at the information desk at Tate St Ives. A portable hearing loop is available for most gallery tours.

Find out whether an event at Tate St Ives or Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden has a hearing loop in the What’s on pages.

BSL talks

Tate St Ives offers a BSL exhibition tour during each special exhibition.

Find out whether an event at Tate St Ives offers BSL interpretation in the What’s on pages.

Video and audio material

There is an exhibition study point at Tate St Ives on the third floor. It provides catalogues, video and audio material to accompany the special exhibitions.

Community groups

Our programme for community groups offers a range of activities that can be tailor-made to suit the requirements of particular groups.

Web accessibility

Find out how to get the most out of the Tate website on the accessibility pageAbout the Tate website.

Contact us

Email visiting.stives@tate.org.uk 
Call +44 (0)1736 796226
TextPhone 18801 7027400