Tate Modern

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WHAT TO SEE

Tate Modern houses international modern (contemporary) artwork dating from 1900. Apart from paintings, you can see various art structures, installations, and photography, as well as short movies.

 The following list of art pieces should be enough to convince you to visit Tate Modern, even if you don’t consider yourself a modern art lover.

  1. Pablo Picasso
  2. Claude Monet
  3. Joan Miró
  4. Man Ray
  5. Marcel Duchamp
  6. Francis Bacon

How to get there

Address: Bankside, London SE1 9TG

Nearest underground stations:

Southwark (Jubilee line + walking)

Blackfriars (District and Circle lines + walking)

St Pauls (Central line + walking across the Millennium Bridge)

Use London Transport journey planner

Visit Tate Modern getting there page for more suggestions

 

What are the opening hours

Sunday – Thursday 10am – 6pm

Friday – Saturday 10am – 10pm

 

How much is the admission fee

Free (except special display/exhibitions)

 

Official website:  http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern

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