Not as popular with families as its younger brother, the Tate Modern, the Tate Britain is still very accommodating to kids of all ages.
The gallery holds the biggest collection of British art from 1570 to the present day in the world. It also houses the annual Turner Prize winner.
The profits of both the restaurant and the cafe go directly back into the gallery. And don’t forget to visit the great shop which has a lot of goodies for kids.
The Tate Britain always has temporary exhibitions. Some, naturally, are more child-friendly than others. However, there are also lots of activities for kids and families and most of them are FREE!
Click here to see what is coming up.
The BP collections are free. In the collection, there are rooms dedicated to some of the best British artists such as J.M.W. Turner and William Blake. Also, look out for John Everett Millais’s Ophelia which is one of the gallery’s most famous paintings.
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