Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs is proving very popular in the opening weeks of the exhibition and some time slots have sold out for advance bookings
There are plenty of tickets available for the duration of the exhibition, though advance booking is advised. If you do come to the gallery to purchase tickets, it is advisable to come in the morning and please be prepared to queue. There may be a wait of a few hours before the next available time slot to enter the exhibition so to avoid the inconvenience please book your tickets online now
The exhibition is open 10.00–18.00 Monday to Thursday and until 22.00 every Friday to Saturday and until 19.30 on Sundays. Last ticket sales and ticket desks close 45 minutes before closure.
For a quieter viewing experience, try Matisse Sunday Lates, 27 April–24 August, 20.00–22.30 Admission £30 (without donation £27) Tate Members and Patrons – free, but booking is required.
Matisse all-nighter and late nights added
Due to popular demand, we have extended our opening hours in the final week of the show. The exhibition will open late every night from Tuesday 2 September, culminating in a 36-hour opening on the last weekend when we open our doors at 10.00 on Saturday 6 September and remain open through the night until 22.00 on Sunday 7 September.
A once-in-a-lifetime show glimpsed after hours at one of the world’s most iconic galleries - this promises to be a night to remember. Booking for these extended hours is now open and more information about the all-nighter will be available soon.
Become a Tate Member
If you are a member there is no need to book tickets. When you arrive, go to the Matisse exhibition on Level 2 and show your members card. There may be a short delay while we manage entry to the first room.
Early morning viewings for Members only every Saturday and Sunday 9.00–10.00 Members are not required to book, admission with membership card.
Book more than three days in advance and we can post tickets to you.
Book online between 8 hours and three days in advance of visiting and collect your tickets in the gallery. Tickets booked via telephone must be done so at least 24 hours in advance.
Buy tickets from 10.00 on the day in the gallery. At weekends it is advisable to come in the morning and please be prepared to queue. There may be a wait of up to 3 hours before the next available time slot to enter the exhibition.
Disabled bookers are able to bring a companion/carer for free into the exhibition. Please only select one ticket on the booking page as a disabled visitor, as an additional ticket will automatically be attached. Additionally for those who may have mobility issues, wheelchairs and disabled parking bays (very limited due to building works) are available to book by calling +44 (0)20 7887 8888.