Liverpool is the home of the National Collection of Modern Art
in the North of England, and the most visited gallery of modern and
contemporary art outside London. Tate Liverpool is housed in a
beautiful converted warehouse that is part of the historic Albert
Dock, on Liverpool's World Heritage waterfront.
The Tate's art is by twentieth century artists, including art from the Tate collection and specially curated shows combining modern and contemporary art. The special exhibitions, housed on the gallery's fourth floor, bring together works from national and international collections, public and private, making a unique contribution to the north of England's artistic vitality, and complementing Merseyside's celebrated historic collections.
At Tate Liverpool you can re-visit a favourite modern classic, and discover something new in contemporary art.
Tate Liverpool has seen its visitor numbers explode over the past few years, earning rave reviews most recently for its Turner Prize collection and Klimt and Picasso retrospectives.
Admission to the Tate Collection at Tate Liverpool is free. Admission prices for special exhibitions are published on the exhibition pages of the Tate Liverpool website www.tate.org.uk/liverpool.
Open Monday - Sunday : 10-17.50
Closed on Good Friday and 24-26 December
Tate Liverpool hosts a broad range of special events that run alongside its exhibition programme, including late night events, curator tours and academic symposiums. Please check Tate Liverpool's website for details.
The Tate Liverpool café is open during gallery hours for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. With a seated capacity of 120, this stylish venue - enhanced by state-of-the-art lighting and designer furniture - is one of a range of corporate facilities that Tate Liverpool has to offer.
Please see Tate Liverpool's website for menu details, or contact the café on 0151 702 7581 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tate Book shop is located on the ground floor next to the café and contains a large collection of contemporary art books, Tate souvenirs, gifts and cards.