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See what's showing at Tate Britain, the oldest gallery in the famed Tate network. View the permanent collection of British art from 1500 to the present, including many works from 19th-century Romantic painter J.M.W. Turner. You'll also find temporary exhibitions across various artistic media and from different periods, so check the schedule before your visit. For an overview of the gallery, join one of the free daily tours starting in the late morning or sit in on a free 15-minute talk in the afternoon. You can also check current listings for free talks on specific themes. For refreshments, head to the Djanogly Cafe. For gift ideas, check out the Gallery Shop and the Gallery Store. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Tate Britain by using our London road trip planner.
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Tours to Tate Britain
€37 BOOK WITH VIATOR City Sightseeing London Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour City Sightseeing London Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
Duration: 2 hours
€131 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour : 3 Amazing London Art Galleries 1 tour 1 guide Private Tour : 3 Amazing London Art Galleries 1 tour 1 guide
Duration: 5 hours
€6 BOOK WITH VIATOR London Self-Guided Audio Tour London Self-Guided Audio Tour
Duration: 1 to 6 hours
Tate Britain reviews
Hew Locke's work is extraordinary -not to be missed. If you're headed to the Natural History, Science and Albert and Victoria museums, they are all connected by tunnel one can access from the South...
Hew Locke's work is extraordinary -not to be missed. If you're headed to the Natural History, Science and Albert and Victoria museums, they are all connected by tunnel one can access from the South... more »
This museum is great. I think that it’s underrated for the fact that it’s free. The cafe is amazing as well, and the museum is close to the Pimlico station.
This museum is great. I think that it’s underrated for the fact that it’s free. The cafe is amazing as well, and the museum is close to the Pimlico station. more »
Great museum with top notch art. Admission is free, but special exhibitions require a paid ticket. There's good accessibility, with ramps and elevators. There's a bag/coat storage. The Hew Locke exhibition in 2022 was stunning and poignant. It's easy to get to the Tate Britain via bus or tube.
Amazing collections of British art. The Turner’s Rooms would be enough to make a museum. At the time of my visit, Rothko murals are exhibited near Turner - the light is too low to fully appreciate them though - clearly it’s for conservation, but I wish another solution was possible. Also on at the time of my visit, the Procession by Hew Locke (Tate commission). Impressive and thoughtful.
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