For a day out of art and culture with the family, visit Tate Modern the national gallery of International modern art and view some of the most important British and International masterpieces since the 1500s.
Created in the year 2000 from a disused power station in the heart of London, you can walk around Tate Modern's art collections for free, exploring the major art movements from Fauvism to Pop art and view major works by Pollock, Rothko and Warhol. There is a continuous programme of temporary exhibitions on display at Tate Modern as well as the amazing Turbine Hall installations.
Tate also offers free daily guided tours, free children’s activities at weekends and during school holidays and film programmes in the evenings and at weekends.
Tate Modern caters for days out for families including children’s food offers in the cafes, buggy parking, cloakrooms, baby changing and easy access all helping to made Tate Modern a great day out!
For more information please visit the Tate Modern website.
Sunday to Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday to Saturday 10am-10pm
Last admission into exhibitions 5.15pm (Friday and Saturday 9.15pm)
CLOSED: 24,25,26 December. Open as normal 1st January
Entry is FREE
There is an entry fee to major exhibitions, see site for details
- Toilet WC
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area