Commonly asked questions
Admission to Tate Modern is free, except for special exhibitions. 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.
Our cloakroom has free buggy parking on Level 0, Natalie Bell Building.
All entrances are accessible with a buggy.
- The cloakroom is located on level 0 Natalie Bell Building. The service is free of charge
- You may be requested to leave briefcases, bags or umbrellas in the cloakroom
- Buggies can also be stored there, subject to space availability
- Self-service lockers are located in the Tanks lobby on Level 0 Blavatnik Building
- The use of the lockers is free of charge with the requirement of a £1 deposit
- Bags larger than cabin bag size (55cm x 40cm x 20cm), sports or recreational equipment (musical instruments), large wheelie bags or boxes are not permitted into the gallery
- Foldable bicycles, large skate boards and child or adult scooters are permitted into the building but must be deposited in the cloakroom.
You can breastfeed wherever you feel comfortable, for privacy head to the baby-changing facilities which are located on the Level 0, Natalie Bell Building.
The Baby Care Room is located on Level 0 Natalie Bell Building. Additional nappy-changing facilities are available in all toilets on each floor.
- The Kitchen and Bar on Level 6 Natalie Bell Building and the Restaurant on Level 9 Blavatnik Building are both accessible via lifts. Both have waiter service
- Café on level 1 Natalie Bell Building and the Terrace Bar on Level 1 Blavatnik Building are accessible from street level.
- The Espresso Bar on Level 3 Natalie Bell Building is accessible via lifts in the Natalie Bell Building.
Pick up an activity for free in the Clore Welcome Room on Level 0, Natalie Bell Building.
Collect a Time-traveller paper resource to visit Tate's Blavatnik Building in the Year 3000.
Alternatively, borrow a collection case which includes curious objects and words to encourage exploring with your family. Carry it around the gallery and see what you can find. The collection case has been inspired by the Materials and Objects display on Level 4 of the Natalie Bell building.