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Tate Gallery




Opening Times:

Daily:  10.00 am - 17.50 pm

Closed 24, 25, 26 December (open as normal on 1 January)


Tel:  020 7887 8000


Visitor Facilities:


Access - The Centenary Development has been completed and provides greatly enhanced facilities for disabled visitors. Parking spaces and wheelchairs are available on request. To reserve one please telephone 020 7887 8888 or email

There are four entrances to Tate Britain:

  • The Manton Entrance on Atterbury Street has level access with two ramps and handrails. Access to the galleries is by lift and stairs.

  • The entrance on Millbank has a flight of eighteen unmarked steps. This is followed by two wider marked steps. There are handrails at the edges of the main flight of steps.

  • The Clore gallery entrance is to the right of the main gallery on Millbank, it has level access and a lift to the main gallery floor.

  • The North Entrance on John Islip Street at the back of the gallery has ramp access and parking for disabled visitors.

    Cafe and restaurant on site.

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