Where do we start?
Tate Modern is full of extraordinary art from around the world. Have a go at finding these great artworks on your trip to Tate Modern, and see what else you discover along the way. These are starting points to help you plan your visit as a family. Have fun and share your favourites with us on social media.
These artworks are all on the All Tate Modern Collection route.
1. Party with some minibeasts
Where is it? Natalie Bell building, Level 2, Start Display
Can you spot a video of ants on a wall? Where do you think they found all these confetti? Perhaps they had a party! Can you imagine what the ant’s nest looks like underground if you close your eyes and listen to the music?
2. Go on a journey
Where is it? Natalie Bell Building, Level 2, Artist and Society
The characters in this huge painting look like they are going on a journey. Where do you think they are going?
What special equipment do they have with them? What belongings would you need if you were going on an adventure?
3. Listen to the radio
Where is it? Natalie Bell Building, Level 4, Media Networks
This sculpture looks like it might have come from another planet. Do you think anyone lives inside? Would you like to?
There are lots of sounds coming from the radios. Can you understand what anyone is saying? Can you hear any music?
Watch a video to find out more about the artwork and the artist who made it.
4. Lie down beneath a sculpture
Where is it? Natalie Bell building, Level 4, Materials and Objects
This sculpture looks like a building in the sky. Who do you think lives there? What does it look like if you lie on the ground underneath it? Have a go and see.
5. Look for clues
Where is it? Natalie Bell Building, Level 4, Materials and Objects (near the bridge to the Blavatnik Building)
In this sculpture Sarah Sze uses everyday items, like a ladder and a bucket. She also added a tiny bridge made of matchsticks and a magnifying glass. What other everyday objects can you spot?
Watch a video where the artist talks about making the installation.