Tate Liverpool is the home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the north, and one of the most visited art galleries outside London. Located in one of Albert Dock’s bright, former warehouses, Tate Liverpool has four floors of galleries open to the public – take note of the spectacular views across the Mersey on the top floor, they’re a real hidden gem! See national and international painting, photography, sculpture and installations from both Tate’s collection and as part of special exhibitions.
Tate Liverpool’s visitor numbers have exploded over the past few years, with rave reviews for past exhibitions: Transmitting Andy Warhol, the Turner Prize exhibition, Klimt, Picasso and Chagall retrospectives. You can also get involved in a range of tours, talks, workshops and activities that tie in with both current exhibitions and wider artistic themes.
If you want to take home a creative souvenir, Tate Liverpool’s shop offers an extensive range of books and art-inspired gift ideas. If you’re peckish look no further than the tasty Tate Café, which serves a range of dishes from breakfast, lunch and plenty of drinks choices, with gluten free and veggie/vegan options available. Don’t forget – kids under 12 eat free when an accompanying adult buys a main meal from their locally-sourced, seasonal menu.
We hope you enjoy your visit.