Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day, the Tudors to the Turner Prize. Tate holds the greatest collection of British art in the world, including works by Blake, Constable, Epstein, Gainsborough, Gilbert and George, Hatoum, Hirst, Hockney, Hodgkin, Hogarth, Moore, Rossetti, Sickert, Spencer, Stubbs and Turner.
The gallery is the world centre for the understanding and enjoyment of British art, and helps promote interest in British art internationally.
Tate Britain shows British art in a dynamic series of thematic special displays and exhibitions. Historic and modern works hang together in challenging juxtaposition, drawing out new meanings from famous and familiar images.
Open every day from 10am until 5.50pm.
+44 (0)20 7887 8000
Tate Britain is located on the north bank of the River Thames at Millbank, south west of the city centre and not far from the Houses of Parliament.
Nearest Tube / Rail Station
2, 3, 36, 77a, 88, 159, 185, 507, C10
There is flat access through the Clore Gallery entrance, with a lift to all parts of the building.