John Singer Sargent, ‘Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose’ 1885–6
John Singer Sargent
Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose 1885–6

We are looking forward to welcoming you and your family safely back

Entry to the gallery remains free for everyone, with a charge for some exhibitions. All visitors, including Members, will need to book a timed ticket online before visiting. There is a one-way route around the gallery, guiding you through rooms in the collection.

Book a timed ticket

Find out more information in our frequently asked questions.

Yes we’re asking all visitors to book a timed ticket online in advance. This is so we can manage the number of people in the galleries at any one time and ensure everyone can keep a safe distance.

You are welcome to visit the collection as a group, but we ask that you divide up into smaller groups of no more than 6 when in the galleries.

Timed tickets for the one-way route around the collection at Tate Britain are free of charge. These need to be booked in advance, and can be done online or over the phone.
Special exhibitions require a paid ticket. Become a Tate Member and get free entry to all special exhibitions. Under 12s go free (up to four per parent or guardian) and family tickets are available (two adults and two children 12 – 18 years) see individual exhibitions for more information.
Visitors with a disability pay a concessionary rate, and carers' entrance is free.

You need to follow the one-way system around the galleries but if you want to finish your visit early, you are welcome to use the nearest exit point.

Yes, as always, we welcome visitors with young children and buggies to come and enjoy the galleries.

Baby changing facilities are available on the lower floor near the Djanogly Café and near the Auditorium in the Clore Gallery.

You can breastfeed wherever you feel comfortable.

Yes, there are toilets available on all the routes, with social distancing measures and extra cleaning regimes in place.

All cloakrooms are open. Items larger than cabin bag size (55cm x 40cm x 22cm) are not permitted in the galleries. Cloakroom capacity is limited, so if the cloakroom is full, we regret we will not be able to let your bring your item in.

There are no self-service lockers at Tate Britain.

Visit the Djanogly Café on the lower floor to enjoy hot and cold food and drink. Take advantage of our Kids Pick and Mix lunch offer which includes a sandwich, fruit and a snack. High chairs are available.

You can also eat packed lunches outside the gallery entrances or in Millbank Gardens.

Suggested routes

Get inspired before your visit

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Photo: Alex Wojcik © Tate

Games to play in the gallery

You don’t need to be an expert to look at or talk about art. Don’t feel you have to ‘get it’ to enjoy it – take whatever you like from a piece.

You and your family can try these activities in any of the galleries. Remember it's ok to talk at Tate! It's ok to make some noise!

We encourage young people to explore art and idea to take ownership of the gallery.

Strike a pose

Get your child to secretly choose an artwork with a person in it. Once they have looked carefully at the pose, find a space in the room and encourage them to try to recreate the pose. The rest of the group can then try and spot the artwork the pose came from

Give us a clue

Encourage your child to find a portrait in the gallery that reminds them of someone in your group; someone famous; someone you all know (perhaps a neighbour or a friend). With the help of clues, the rest of the group can guess the chosen person

Photograph of a family activity at Tate Britain

Photo: Alex Wojcik © Tate

See it from their perspective

Get down to your child’s height and see what they see. The change in eye-level might make you think and feel differently

Get creative

Pick up a pencil and draw, doodle or dream within the gallery.

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