Situated right next to the Millennium Bridge, the Tate Modern is based in the former Bankside Power Station and is the most-visited modern art gallery in the world. It houses international and British modern art from 1900 to the present day.
Though adults will require tickets for the Tate Modern’s special exhibitions, under 12s go free, and there are also plenty of other free collection displays to explore. Daily free guided tours are offered. What’s more, you too can contribute to the art collection thanks to the new Bloomberg Connects projects: a series of interactive digital projects, such as the Digital Bar which invites you to produce a representation of your visit on their digital sketch pad. Why not pick up a Collection Case for kids at the info desk?
Special events and activities are also offered for families. For example, kids can develop their creative side by experimenting with the materials in the Open Studio, which is open every weekend. Look at the full range of events and workshops here. You can also hire a Family Multimedia Guide, to listen to jokes and information regarding the artists and their works as you walk around the gallery.