Tate Liverpool is an Art exhibition centre perfect for all of the family to experience art. Hosting many, often free exhibitions, why not explore the Tate? There is a wide range of exhibitions and artwork to keep you interested. One to two hours is expected to view the exhibitions, some exhibitions do require a charge but these are not mandatory.
Click here to view some of what is offered at the free exhibition displays! Pre-booking is required to access the exhibitions however most of the Tate is free to access. Simply click here to book a time slot that suits you.
Food and Drink
There is a cafe located on the ground floor. There is a wide variety of food and drinks offered. Including new varieties of cakes and biscuits as a treat! Highchairs in the cafe can also be provided upon request!
The entrance is fully accessible including level access and automatic doors. Further, wheelchairs are also available to borrow, these must be booked prior to arriving.
Assistance dogs are welcome and water bowls can be provided upon request.
The Tate has an amazing guide to help anyone who may want a visual guide, it can be found here. This includes the fact that it is quietest at the start and end of the day and communication cards. In addition, ear defenders can also be found at the front desk and quiet space can be given upon request.
All artwork labels and exhibition booklets are available in large print. High definition light weight magnifiers are also available and cerium overlays in many colours.
Above all, adapted toilets are available on the ground floor, first and second floor. Further, all levels can also be accessed via a lift.
There is pay and display parking available nearby near the Pump House public house or outside the Britannia Pavilion. Alternatively Q-Park Liverpool ONE has 2,000 spaces including a 30% discount if visiting the gallery.
It is less than a 15-minute walk to James Street train station and less than a 20-minute walk to Liverpool Central station.
Many thanks to Raychan and Michal Parzuchowski for the photography!