London Tate Modern (6/10)

The Tate Modern is a free national gallery of international modern art that is based in a former Power station in Southwalk. The gallery holds a collection of modern art from 1900 to today and is the largest of its kind in the world.  The Tate Modern is free to enter however you are required to buy tickets for some of the temporary exhibitions. The gallery  hosts works by some of the 20th centuries greatest artists including Picasso, Rothko, Dali and Matisse.

Getting to the Tate Modern is easy and the closest tube stations are Blackfriars and Southwalk. The Millennium Bridge and Shakespeare’s Globe are other attractions nearby. Tate Modern Gallery is free to enter however you can book one of the Guided Tours to get more information about the amazing art on display.

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Written by Richard Ascough

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