Tate Britain Workshop

Adventure hours

Girl looking through a conical viewfinder

Image © Tate Photography 2019

Try out new ways of looking in the galleries as a family

Please note: Adventure Hours will not take place on Saturday 14 March

Meet our friendly Learning Assistants in the Manton Studio who will lead you into the gallery. They will introduce you to fun, playful and sometimes silly ways of looking, making and exploring.

These free hour-long in gallery workshops are designed for families to be creative and have fun together. Be prepared to move around, make noise and take up space!

Adventure Hours are best enjoyed from the beginning. Meet at the Manton Studio at 14.00.

You can leave the workshop at any point, or as and when you need to.

Occasionally Adventure Hours can be loud and noisy. Ear defenders can be borrowed from the Information desks.

Some activities are better suited to older children (aged 7+), speak to the Learning Assistants to see what is possible on the day.

Steve McQueen Year 3 is a massive group portrait of 76,000 of London's 7–8 year olds. Over 3,000 schools across London took part in the project. The exhibition is free to visit and you don't need to book a ticket.

Find out more about the exhibition.

Devised in collaboration with artist Ania Bas.

Tate Britain

Manton Studio

London SW1P 4RG
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