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London For Toddlers: Tate Britain

Photo Credit: © Tate Britain

Museum
Art
All ages

Tate Britain

Central London

Free

Tate Britain, a hub for British art spanning 500 years, offers free entry to its vast collection.

The gallery is renowned for its comprehensive displays that trace British art from the Tudor era to the present, featuring both historical and contemporary works.

It also emphasizes family engagement through children's workshops, the Play Studio for creative family activities related to the collection, and Story Space, a reading and imagination area open every weekend and Thursdays during term-time, and daily during school holidays.

HIGHLIGHTS
PRICES

Free

OPENING TIMES

Monday to Sunday 10.00–18.00

ADDRESS
Tate Britain

Millbank

SW1P 4RG

GETTING HERE
Rail/Underground

Pimlico

Parking

There is limited pay and display parking in the streets around Tate Britain during weekdays. It is free at the weekends and after 18.30 on weekdays.

MORE INFO
PLACES TO EAT

TATE BRITAIN DJANOGLY CAFÉ Enjoy food and drink, from homemade salads and pastries to locally sourced beer

DOGS

Guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs are welcome in the gallery. Drinking bowls are available from a member of staff at the cloakroom in the Manton foyer.

ACCESSIBILITY

There are five accessible parking spaces for disabled visitors, accessed via John Islip Street. Please book these spaces at least 24 hours in advance. There are two entrances to the gallery. The Millbank entrance faces the River Thames and the accessible Manton Entrance is on Atterbury Street. There is a ramp down to the Manton entrance with central handrails. The Manton entrance has automatic sliding doors.