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Tate Britain

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The home of British art from 1500 to the present day.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG, England
+44 20 7887 8888
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A wonderful venue for the arts. Displays are well lit and rooms are spacious. Restrooms and lifts are available for accessibility. Small restaurant on site. Shop for books, posters, and other souvenirs of the museum is on site. In a walkable area of London across...More

Thank karenmoa
Reviewed 2 days ago

We took a river taxi from London Bridge to Millbank. We had a delicious meal in the restaurant before going to the art exhibition. That was entitled Aftermath - art in the wake of world war one. It was quite busy, but we were not...More

Thank Elizabeth W
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went there for a special exhibition: aftermath Really stunning and the building is really beautiful Please note that the restaurant In the museum: Rex Withler is a really nice place to have lunch. Food is excellent

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A great Art gallery with various pieces from the last few hundred years. The layout enables you to slowly wander and take in the Art. There are collections of Turner and Constable which are really interesting. There are also free guided tours several times a...More

Thank lukesmith997
Reviewed 1 week ago

Had expected me more ... Oversized museum. Thought that the Tuner part would contain more works by him. But free entrance is always good for the wallet.

Thank Olaw A
Reviewed 1 week ago

but my favourite is Ophelia by Millais. Not crowded when we went and remember museums are free in London. Concentrated on Turner collection and Blake’s works which included etchings n paintings. Like his works a lot as I find Turner a little dark and melancholic.

Thank tinkle_24
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s perfectly placed right next to the Thames and next door to MI5 (oops, shouldn’t have said that...). Free entry too. The Turner collection is incredible in the number of paintings they have amassed and a lot of lesser-known ones. Other areas are separated by...More

Thank Ken R
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went to the Tate specifically to view the Aftermath exhibition. Well curated - with some interesting exhibits. Thought provoking arrangement of rooms and subjects. Members Room a good quiet area for tea/coffee.

Thank MadalynH7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very special world class gallery. No one could be disappointed with the exhibits, special exhibitions and permanent collection. All superb. But please. ......the lavatories definitely need some TLC! Tatty, poorly maintained and actually a bit grubby. Cracked tiles, soap dispensers not working,...More

Thank 2crumblies
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

London is held to the highest standards when it comes to arts and culture (perhaps crime too these days). The Tate Britain doesn't and perhaps can't let one down, particularly with the installation of Anthea Hamilton's exhibition. The Turnes, Bacons, and Freuds one is left...More

Thank Michael R
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Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than
most other Central London neighborhoods. This largely
residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames,
is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle
architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art
lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class
Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art
from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
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Anne T
March 5, 2018|
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Response from Kevin L | Reviewed this property |
Weekdays are generally quieter but not by much to be honest though I have never found the queues too bad and if you are visiting a particular exhibition you can pre book and skip that queue The queues at the main entrance... More
June 16, 2017|
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Response from Hitoshi S | Reviewed this property |
No, it was not permitted and there were many guard on place.
Francesca B
May 13, 2017|
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Response from dancinmum | Reviewed this property |
We went on a Saturday in the rain and just walked straight in so I wouldn't have thought there would be a problem during the week at all with queues