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Tate Modern

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My daughter loves this architectural giant of an art gallery. The underground space called the Tanks, on the right of the Turbine Hall, is her favourite. Dedicated to video and interactive art, it’s totally immersive for children, and I enjoy exploring art genres I wouldn’t normally engage with. There’s a “drawing bar” on level one in the Boiler House where anyone can take a seat at a digital sketch pad and get drawing. My daughter and I have spent hours here—she never tires of seeing her digital drawings projected on the wall.
Jo
Jo
January 24, 2017

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Alex
Alex
January 5, 2019
Fab, walkable, and the view from the cafe, oh my!
Chanan
Chanan
January 3, 2019
Covering every significance of 20th-century art in the permanent collection. Free admission.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
March 1, 2020
Iconic. Look out for Tate lates on Friday nights for vibes cocktails and DJs here. V fun
Tacina
Tacina
January 18, 2019
International and modern contemporary art - exhibitions, free displays and events daily. It is open 10am to 6pm Sunday to Thursday and stays open until 10pm Friday and Saturday nights. Be sure to check out the programme of events and Late events prior to your visit as there are always lots of things…
Katie
Katie
October 29, 2018
Famous art gallery with lots to see for all ages and tastes. A good place to visit and take a walk along the river.
AJ And Kris
AJ And Kris
February 14, 2020
Amazing play art gallery with different exhibitions, if you go to the pyramid building thing and go to 10th floor you will see amazing views of London for free
Steph
Steph
March 26, 2020
Great Art Gallery! Well worth a visit.
Aisha
Aisha
August 11, 2019
Wonderful viewing platform on the 10th floor
Gideon
Gideon
September 10, 2019
Superb Vibrant modern Gallery, a must see, great views from up top.
Saige
Saige
January 27, 2019
Most exhibitions are free - a chance to explore the South Bank area
Andrea
Andrea
October 24, 2018
Tate is the modern museum of art. It always have great exhibitions available and strange art that you may find interesting. It is great to visit it and cross the river through the Millennium Bridge and have St Paul's Cathedral on the other side waiting for you.
Brian
Brian
June 23, 2020
Hugely popular gallery with excellent special exhibitions and a strong permanent collection. A must do and part of any walk down the Southbank. Free entry to the permanent collection.
Richard
Richard
January 19, 2019
Modern Art. Great view from the cafe on the 6th floor by night.
Stephanie
Stephanie
January 28, 2019
Fun, free modern-art museum that is within walking distance and close to Millennium Bridge, St. Paul's and the Globe Theatre
Harriet & John
Harriet & John
January 29, 2019
This is a nice stroll down the Thames or cut up through the local streets!
Maria
Maria
March 30, 2020
great space and interesting collections on your doorstep

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