There are two entrances to the gallery.
The Milbank entrance is facing the River Thames.
You will have to climb steps to use this entrance.
The Manton entrance is on Atterbury Street.
It is on the side of the building and is step-free.
You can go down the slope or steps to the entrance.
The doors are glass and open automatically.
If you have a bag, a security staff member might check what's inside.
If you would like to buy an exhibition ticket on the day you can visit our ticket desk.
The desk is on the lower floor in front of the Manton entrance.
This is a visitor assistant.
They wear a black uniform and an orange lanyard with Tate staff written on it. They may be wearing a mask or they may not.
You can ask visitor assistants:
For help or information
To take you to a quieter space
Visitor assistants can also give you:
Ear defenders, ramble tags or touch tour gloves.
Magnifiers and coloured overlays.
There is a cloakroom on the lower floor. You can put your coat and bag in our cloakroom. It is free to use.
A staff member will give you a token with a number on it. You will need to bring this token back when you collect your items.