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Tate Modern showcases international modern and contemporary art. We aim to increase everyone's enjoyment and understanding of art.
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53 Bankside, London SE1 9TG, England
Southwark
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Reviewed today via mobile

I took my son to the wrong Gallery! He loves Art.... But this as he, his little brother and us adults said is a pile of rubbish! He loves paintings, sculptures and drawing, but as he said it looks like a child or a builder...More

Thank holidoddy
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great that this gallery remains free (donation request) for those who love the arts. We viewed 2 floors but the crowds were enormous and it didn't end up being everyone's cup of tea

Thank Cr0uchy
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Housed in a ugly old power station the modern 'art' on display is to my mind awful, a curled up rope and a pile of bricks..? You may as well visit Home base.

Thank Michael J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I am an art lover so this is a MUST for me. Even if you just love architecture or are looking for a place for your family to walk around for some instant eye candy - DO come here. Many exhibitions are free to the...More

Thank antart888
Reviewed 2 days ago

We come from Norway and enjoid the Picasso exebition. Watching the art which was created in 1931-32 was completing my Picassos. Come and have a look.

Thank Tor E
Reviewed 2 days ago

This could have been a much better experience, but we had a couple issues. First, if you enter by the side near the Globe Theater, you don't see the ticket booth and the ladies in there were not helping people out with orientation. We didn't...More

Thank RainSeattleMom
Reviewed 3 days ago

There is very nice moder staff for free! Worthy in rainy days! The best part is the highes floor (go there by steps, the lifts are overcrowded and you will wait) with amazing view!

Thank Jakub F
Reviewed 3 days ago

Vast space but not filled with great art sadly. Worth looking at for the architecture and views and it is free. One thing we did want to see had very limited opening times so we missed it. The price for the Picasso exhibition was extortionate...More

Thank Jancrow4
Reviewed 4 days ago

The three D’s...........dreary, dark and daft. Art? Modern? Pleeeease,,,,,do me a favour . Someone’s having a laugh. I went and it wasn’t even raining. in fact it was a beautiful sunny day during that July heatwave. At least there was an ice cream vendor right...More

1  Thank Tom_Jerry_London
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Tate modern is has been historically redefining the meaning of art spaces! Great collection...sugar sugar.

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It was certainly very useful for my daughter when she was doing her GCSE Art & Design some ten years ago. She was able to sketch various items, and we bought a couple of books in the excellent bookshop to give her ideas for... More
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Most likely yes, but the queues are quick and you wouldn’t notice once you’re in.
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