Britain’s national gallery of international modern art is widely regarded as one of the finest on the planet, home to an extensive collection of works, encompassing painting, sculpture, photography, video and more.
Set in a stunning former power station overlooking the River Thames, the gallery features works from legendary artists like Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol, as well as a host of modern-day practitioners, and is one of the most visited art museums in the world, attracting around 6 million visitors every year!
From surrealist paintings to modernist sculptures and contemporary video installations, explore the seemingly endless artworks of Tate Modern’s permanent collection, alongside a regularly changing programme of temporary exhibitions.
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Admission to the gallery’s extensive permanent collection is completely free to all. However, temporary exhibitions may charge.
London is a great year-round destination, though during the peak summer months of July and August can be extremely busy and prices are higher than average.
There are numerous landmarks and attractions within walking distance of Tate Modern including, The London Eye; Shakespeare's Globe and the Shard.
At just 600 metres away, Southwark is the nearest tube station to Tate Modern, whilst Blackfriars (District and Circle Line) London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee) and St Paul's (Central Line) are also within walking distance.
A never ending carousel of exhibitions, varied enough to touch every culture and continent, exquisite enough to provide a muse to the most uninspired among us.
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