Tate Liverpool Gallery Liverpool

Tate Liverpool Gallery Liverpool

Top Tourist Attractions

Tate Liverpool is an art gallery and museum in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, and part of Tate, along with Tate St Ives, Cornwall, Tate Britain, London, and Tate Modern, London. The museum was an initiative of the Merseyside Development Corporation. It opened to the public in May 1988. 2008 marked the year Liverpool was named European Capital of Culture.

Tate Liverpool is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art in the UK, outside London.  It houses British and contemporary art in a wide range of media, from paintings and sculptures to video, installation, and performance pieces.

Attractions at the Liverpool gallery

Tate Liverpool is the jewel in the crown of modern art galleries. It holds the nation's collection of modern art from 1900 to the present day.  With 5.7 million visitors, it is in the top ten most visited museums and galleries in the world. The collection holds masterpieces of international and British modern art.

Bringing together artworks from all over the world, Tate Liverpool prides itself on staging an ever-evolving program of unique and incredible collections.

With past artists featured including Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Claude Monet, visitors are always looking forward to what the next Tate Liverpool season will bring.

Tate Liverpool’s gallery offers large displays of work from the National Collection, free of charge.  The Collection features the work of artists including Bob and Roberta Smith, Lubaina Himid, Amedeo Modigl, and, and Henry Moore.

Tate Liverpool holds frequent special events, like talks and workshops for every enthusiast to exclusively delve into the exhibitions, as well as family activities, like creating your very own comics.

Tate Liverpool houses British and contemporary art in a wide range of media, from paintings and sculptures to video, installation, and performance pieces.

Clore Learning Centre is a family space, where one will find free family time and a great place to play, dance, relax, talk, and have fun! They change the walls, the green screen, and the activities regularly so it links to their exhibitions.

OnIn the journey through the Tate collection, one can relax and read stories together, enjoy some sculpture-making fun with their Shape Me activity, or see if you can draw wonderful views using their artist’s easels.

Visit Ideas Depot, a display of works selected by Primary schools in Liverpool, it is a regularly changing display that has been co-curated with primary schools across the city. Discover major works from the Tate collection by artists including Anya Galluccio, Salvador, Dalí, and Chris Ofili.

Step into the Green Screen and take a photo of yourself using the different materials and costumes. Share your photos using the hashtag #TateDreamScreen.

Tate Liverpool Café

The Tate Café is the perfect place to get your creative juices flowing. Take the family along for a lunchtime feast; enjoy a coffee with friends; or catch up with a colleague in the café for a business meeting with a difference.

The family-friendly café’s seasonal menu boasts produce from some of the region’s best food producers, from cheese, meat, fish, and vegetables.

Tate Liverpool Shopping

Located on the ground floor of the gallery, this is a goldmine for art and design lovers. The Tate shop’s enviable range of design classics includes Tate’s merchandise, alongside stylish gifts, jewellery, art materials, stationery, art prints, and cards. The beautifully curated book selection includes a range of Liverpool and its history and award-winning children’s books.

Tate Liverpool is the perfect place to visit and enjoy your favourite artworks, as well as discover something completely new and really interesting, well-curated, knowledgeable team.

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