Tate Liverpool is a modern art gallery with one of the largest collections outside of London, and is a sister museum of London’s Tate Modern and Tate St Ives. Admission is free, except for major exhibitions. Patrons or Tate members are able to see these events for free for as low as £60 a year. In addition, daily gallery tours for individuals and small groups are provided free of charge at 12:30 each day. The gallery has featured over 150 unique exhibitions over the years, including a recent events dedicated to work by Gustav Klimt, Peter Blake and Lewis Carrol of Alice in Wonderland acclaim.
The Tate Liverpool is also known for its excellence in teaching its visitors. The museum organizes events and activities designed to stimulate students' interest in the arts and have proven to be very successful. Over 160,000 people have taken part in an educational experience from the museum in less than 4 years, an impressive feat for an art gallery outside of London.
The museum receives rave reviews, with recent distinctions including a Chartermark, recognizing the museum for its high standard of customer care. The museum was also awarded 4 stars by the British Safety Council and has received several distinctions for its support of the environment. Tate Liverpool's impressive permanent collection and interesting special modern art exhibitions will make it an enjoyable art experience for any art aficionado.
Tate Liverpool address and hours
Entry is free except for major exhibitions
Open every day, 10.00–17.00
Suggested last entry to special exhibitions: 16:00
Closed on Good Friday and 24–26 December
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Last updated by Daniel Cooper on 16 November, 2011 in Destinations.
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