Two students looking at some art in Tate Liverpool

Students visiting Tate Liverpool © Tate

1. Free exhibition entry

We’ve sorted out FREE entry into special exhibitions for students who attend Liverpool John Moores University, University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Edge Hill University and Birmingham City University – just show a valid student card. If you’re not studying there we’ve also got great ticket deals for student card holders.

2. Stories from experts

Tate Liverpool Visitor Assistant

Visitor Assistant © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek

Drop in to one of our free daily talks and listen to our art experts dishing the REAL stories about the artists on display.

3. Drop in for a drink

Tate Liverpool's Café

Tate Liverpool's Café © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek

Enjoy beer, burgers and cake in our café. Students from our university partners get a 10% discount. Thank us later.

4. Go shopping

Tate Liverpool Shop

Tate Liverpool Shop © Tate Liverpool, Rachel Ryan Photography

Deck out your student rental with world class art (prints). Or get ahead of the game and your reading list with our Tate book range, only available in Tate shops. Students get 10% discount.

5. Let us know you've visited

Share your experiences on social and tag us @TateLiverpool @TateCollectives! We’d love to hear about what you’ve enjoyed and if we can do more.

6. Research help

The Art & Artists section of our site has all you need to know about Tate’s artists and artworks. Check out our art exam help resources for help researching specific themes. Our events programme includes a diverse range of talks and workshops.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask! There’s always someone who can help via email or in-gallery. As much as we love helping, we can’t write assignments or dissertations for you.

7. Join Tate Collective

Tate Collective

Tate Collective © Tate Liverpool

Tate Collective Liverpool are a group of young people who meet regularly to plan and deliver creative events, festivals and opportunities for other 15–25 year olds, inspired by the art on display in our gallery. Drop us a line if you want to get involved!

8. Stay in the loop

Don’t get FOMO. Sign up to receive our emails and hear all of our news first.

9. Work with us

CV looking a bit bare? Check out all of our current job vacancies here. Have a look at our Working at Tate page for a behind the scenes look at some roles at Tate.

10. Tate date night

Chris Killip, ‘Two couples at a bus stop, Wallsend, Tyneside’ 1975, printed 2012–13
Chris Killip
Two couples at a bus stop, Wallsend, Tyneside 1975, printed 2012–13
© Chris Killip

Finally, bring your date to the gallery to impress them with your thirst for culture. You can fill any awkward silences by asking 'so…is this art?'