A beacon for national art for over 125 years, Tate Britain is an art museum on Millbank and is part of the Tate network of galleries across England. Over the years this gallery became home to the greatest collection of British art in the world.
Entry remains free for everyone, with a charge for some exhibitions. Advance booking is recommended, particularly for exhibitions as they may sell out, but tickets for both the collection and exhibitions are often available at the door.
There’s so much to see and do at Tate Britain. Wander through the magnificent spaces of the neo-classical Duveen Galleries before browsing a curated selection of books, postcards, exhibition merchandise, and gifts for children at the Manton Shop! Enjoy food and drink, from homemade salads and pastries to locally sourced beer at the gallery’s Djanogly Café and much more!
You can also find exciting new exhibitions as well as ongoing collections at the Tate Britain gallery.