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Tate Modern is the UK's most popular modern art gallery, showing contemporary art from around the globe.
Open Studio Every weekend, 11.00 – 15.00. Visit Open Studio to experiment, play and create with ideas and materials before or after visiting the related artworks in the free collection.
Sonic TrailsAvailable from the Welcome Room, Saturdays and Sundays plus school holidays Thursdays and Fridays. FREE. Explore Tate with Sonic Trails specially created by selected sound artists. Starting with Emiliano Zelada’s A Wild Chase, take a journey into nature and space through the levels of Tate Modern.
What's going on here? Every weekend, 11.00 – 15.00. Activities for children and families. Drop in to the Welcome Room to pick up free new activities, display your own creation, build a plinth for a very small sculpture.
Interactive Zone The Interactive Zone on the level 4 concourse at Tate Modern is bursting with ideas and activities to help you get to know more about twentieth-century art and artists. As well as taking in the art history timelines on the walls (illustrated by Sara Fanelli) you can:
enjoy a range of hands-on games
watch films relating to the art on display at Tate Modern
explore interactive multimedia experiences
read books about art.
Free, for all ages. Drop in anytime during gallery opening hours.
Under 5s Zone Explore giant objects from a Cubist still life painting: slide down the violin, go inside the bottle, look into the apple, and climb onto the grapes. Free, for young children and their parents or carers. Drop in anytime during gallery opening hours.
Tate Britain is the home of British art, from 1500 to the modern day.
Liminal invites families into a physical, material and social experience of sculpture through touch, interaction and collaboration. Supported by a changing artist devised programme. Created by artists Abigail Hunt and Kieren Reed. Every weekend, 11am until 3pm. Suitable for all ages. Free.
Admission to Tate Modern and Tate Britain is free, except for special exhibitions. Become a Tate Member or Patron and get free entry to special exhibitions.