Tate Liverpool is the most popular gallery of modern and contemporary art outside of London making it a must see for all Liverpool visitors.
The museum is also the home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the north with numerous unique and unusual exhibitions.
Within walking distance of Liverpool’s vibrant city centre, Tate Liverpool offers visitors an ever-changing calendar of exhibitions which run throughout the year from artists such as Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon, René Magritte and Claude Monet.
There are furthermore a number of performance art and mixed media exhibitions on display which offer something different.
Entry to Tate Liverpool is free and there is furthermore a shop where you can buy souvenirs, gifts, books and artwork.
Situated on the beautiful Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool is perfectly located next to numerous bars and restaurants as well as other museums such as the International Slavery Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum and The Beatles Story, making for a fun-filled day at Liverpool’s famous waterfront.
Head up to the fourth floor where you can enjoy some truly remarkable views across the River Mersey.
Tate Liverpool is home to a café which is designed by the British pop artist Sir Peter Blake.
As you drink and dine in this quirky café you may recognise the bright and cheerful imagery which adorns the wall. The same pattern is displayed on the Everybody Razzle Dazzle ferry which regularly graces the River Mersey.
Enjoy a range of homemade, locally sourced dishes; from breakfast to afternoon tea and lunch in-between, the café at Tate Liverpool is perfect for all members of the family.
At a Glance
• Café & Restaurant onsite
• Disabled Access
• Free admission
• Guided tours available
• Schools and groups welcome
• Family friendly