Members Room

Treat yourself in our exclusive Members Room

Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Photograph of the bar in the tate britain members room

The Members Room at Tate Britain

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Round off your next trip with our very own Tate coffee and a slice of something sweet in our Members Room

Nestled around the Rotunda at the heart of the gallery, the Members Room at Tate Britain provides a contemplative space that's sure to help you relax after an exhibition.

The unique space was closed to visitors in the 1920’s and was later home to the Director’s office as well as Tate’s Library & Archive. It was then transformed into the glorious Members Room that we know today.

The beautiful space was only made possible with the help of Tate Members who contributed a remarkable £1 million towards its incredible transformation.

It is a space that warrants the cost of membership alone.

Ellis Woodman, The Telegraph

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Members get 10% discount in all other catering outlets until normal access to Members Rooms is possible.

two people having a conversation, each holding a glass of wine. they are stood between two large pillars.

Admission information

Open for table service only with reduced capacity to allow everyone to keep a safe distance.


In the Rotunda

Tate Britain
London SW1P 4RG
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