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Tate Britain is home to the most comprehensive collection of British art in the world, featuring art from a wide range of British historical and contemporary artists including John Constable, J.M.W. Turner, William Blake, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Francis Bacon. Visit the free permanent exhibition, one of the rotating special exhibits, or take a guided tour!
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Private Tour: Tate Britain and Tate Modern

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Tate Britain, where your tour starts, contains the main collection of British Art from the 16c. to the present day. It is a splendid 19c. home for the British collection. Updated recently it has all modern facilities and is endowed with some beautiful space for large sculpture in the Duveen Galleries. In the Clore Galleries you will find a continuous but frequently changing display of paintings by Turner, from the bequest he made to the Nation of over 300 works. They are a must for all lovers of this great artist.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

Tate Britain is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.


Entry to the permanent collection at Tate Britain is free but special exhibitions may carry an additional charge.


Tate Britain

How to get there:

Tate Britain is within walking distance of 3 stations of the London Underground: Pimlico (Victoria line), Vauxhall (Victoria line), and Westminster (Jubilee, District, and Circle lines). It can also be reached via bus number 87 to Millbank, numbers 88 and C10 to John Islip Street, or numbers 2, 36, 185, and 436 to Vauxhall Bridge Road. The closest national rail stations are Vauxhall and Victoria Station, or you can take the Tate Boat, which leaves every 20 to 30 minutes and runs between Tate Modern and Tate Britain. Other riverboat services also serve Millbank Pier. If you intend to drive, there is limited pay and display parking available in the surrounding streets, and drivers should be aware that Tate Britain falls inside London’s Congestion Zone.
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