Tate Modern, Bankside, United Kingdom

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Bankside, London SE1 9 GB

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http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/

  • 4 mentions in How can my family make the most of our trip to London?

    • Andrew P.

      Andrew P. said, "...can while away some time. As can a stroll along the south bank - start from the Millennium Bridge and the Tate Modern (free) and head down past the National Theatre. The Monument to the Great Fire of London is often missed..." See More

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...www.tfl.gov.uk There's something for everybody in the city - all the popular attractions: Tower Of London, National Gallery, The British Museum, Tate Modern, London Eye, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Oxford St, Regent St, and Bond St, for shopping. Or take in..." See More

    • Ragan S.

      Ragan S. said, "...the city..the negotiating for the trip involved how many museums we could visit! :)! We took the boat ride from the Tate Modern to National Gallery and they really enjoyed that! After all the walking it was a nice change! They also..." See More

    • Laurel W.

      Laurel W. said, "...a lot of area so group together sites in the same area to save travel time, like the Shakespeare's Globe and Tate Modern are close to each other; the Natural History Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum are across the street from..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Newcomer to London

    • Sarah M.

      Sarah M. said, "...recommend a walk along the South Bank. Take in Borough Market- go early to avoid the crowds, then continue to the Tate Modern and have a look there. I would walk across the bridge there to St Pauls too. You could also..." See More

    • Kelly D.

      Kelly D. said, "...things to do when I lived in London was taking a walk across the Millennium Bridge after a visit to the Tate Modern (Tate Modern). You'll be heading toward Saint Paul's Cathedral as you cross the bridge, which is a beautiful view...." See More

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...are free. Ones to check out would be National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, The British Museum, The British Library, and the Tate Modern. Some other interesting activities are going to Hampton Court Palace right outside of the city, walking around Camden..." See More

  • 3 mentions in 9 Hour Layover in London

    • Jessi P.

      Jessi P. said, "...your eye. If it's a nice day, Millennium Bridge might call your name - and there's Saint Paul's Cathedral and the Tate Modern nearby. Or you might prefer to browse Soho's cute shops and winding streets. Great pubs are everywhere, but for..." See More

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...egiptian and greek treasures (its free), then take Holborn to go to Saint Paul's Cathedral, cross the Millennium Bridge, visit the Tate Modern, take a walk on the Southbank Centre, pass the City Hall and cross through the Tower Bridge. On..." See More

    • Jake R.

      Jake R. said, "...to the London Eye. Then walk down the South Bank and along the way you will see sites such as the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe and The Tower Of London (along many others) Along the way you will also pass a..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the best modern sites in London?

    • Daryl W.

      Daryl W. said, "...Paul's Cathedral (do check out Paternoster Square ) and a 19th Century power station converted into a Modern Art museum - Tate Modern (awesome btw!)- which is free like most of London's other top museums. In doing the Thames Walk between House..." See More

    • Howard C.

      Howard C. said, "...The Tate Modern is a wonderful modern art museum that turned and old power station into a great destination. Of course for architecture there are new buildings like the Gherkin and The Shard to go see, also the area around Canary Wharf..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Free things to do in London?

    • Mat E.

      Mat E. said, "...river heading towards Tower Bridge Pass a book market under the bridge outside the BFI Southbank .....before you pop into the Tate Modern you might take a rest with a pint at the Founder's Arms , then check out the Millennium Bridge..." See More

    • Keith B.

      Keith B. said, "...side alleys is the street used in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Not too far from the market is the Tate Modern which is also free (and crowded on the weekends). You can walk along Thames River from London Bridge to..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Help with an itinerary for 20 days in Europe

    • Edward S.

      Edward S. said, "...or two of the many museums of London. The British Museum is amazing but depending on your interests you might enjoy Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, Tower Of London or The Sherlock Holmes Museum more.Go see a Broadway show! Or, of..." See More

    • Emily N.

      Emily N. said, "...don't knock yourselves out trying to. Just try to hit one museum (my vote is for either The British Museum or Tate Modern ), one government/royal thing (Buckingham Palace or House of Parliament), one historical site (Churchill War Rooms or Westminster Abbey)..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best places to go early in the morning when you're jet-lagged?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...(The Bowl or even Borough Market where you can get a great coffee at Monmouth Coffee Company), and walk towards the Tate Modern. It should take you about 30mins from either direction and most of the walk is by the river..." See More

    • Garry R.

      Garry R. said, "...sky approaching Heathrow airport and already see some of the most famous buildings in London (i.e. House Of Parliament, Tower Bridge, Tate Modern )...." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 hours to kill in London and I want to do something cool

    • Mario C.

      Mario C. said, "...experience unique, even if you don´t want to do some sport is worth the visit. Option number 2, go to the Tate Modern to see one of the most important female artist Marlene Dumas, also a good place to have a walk...." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees/dos for first timer in England in early October

    • Sarah E.

      Sarah E. said, "...(how long it took me when I walked it) and takes you past the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Stationand Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace are both short walks from the riverside...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best place for Casual High Tea Experience for me and the wifey?

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Valerie S. said, "...the Bloomsbury/Holborn location, but you will want to call in advance because it is a small location. Friday through Sunday, the Tate Modern does Afternoon Tea at the restaurant at the top level of the museum. You'll have a beautiful view of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to visit for out first time out of the country?

    • chuck l.

      chuck l. said, "...are a lot better. GET the LION BAR, amazing Do a tour of the Shakespeare's Globe or take in a play. Tate Modern is a joke, LACMA in LA is better National Gallery is ok Go to Fortnum & Mason and buy..." See More

  • 1 mention in Four days, two friends, ideas?

    • Emily M.

      Emily M. said, "...see it all! Some of the highlights include Tower Of London, Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral and on and on!!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Romantic dinner with a view over the Thames river.

    • Hassan M.

      Hassan M. said, "...for a fancy occasion. It's pricey but worth it and completely memorable. Don't forget cafe options overlooking the Thames at the Tate Modern! A nice place to grab a drink and take in some art. Enjoy!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best budget hotels in London?

    • Michael H.

      Michael H. said, "...Have a look at citizenM hotel London Bankside in Southwark. You will have the Tate Modern, The Globe Theatre, Mary Ward Centre and Borough Market close by. Then it is just over the pedestrian Millennium Bridge and you are in the..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time. Most kingdomly vivid places to see in 4 days. During holidays.

    • Louise A.

      Louise A. said, "...One thing I love to do is walk from Waterloo along the Southbank to Borough Market Stopping off at the Tate Modern for a cup of tea on the top floor looking over the London skyline, maybe taking in a few exhibitions..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which 2 cities should I go to for my 8 day honeymoon trip?

    • Laura C.

      Laura C. said, "...Oh lovely, congratulations! I would head to London for the museums National Portrait Gallery, Tate Modern then go for a stroll along the river down to Southbank and head up to the roof terrace at the Royal Festival Hall for a drink..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the top 5 sights I can't miss in London?

    • Victorine B.

      Victorine B. said, "...Information Centre, the River Thames, Kensington and so on. If you're looking for a place in particular, I would answer the Tate Modern museum. And especially the view from the bar! Enjoy London!!! Vic..." See More

  • 1 mention in Saturday evening in London

    • Jamie D.

      Jamie D. said, "...in the world. The The British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum museum are open late on Friday evenings, and the Tate Modern is open late both Friday and Saturday evenings. There's a great list of attractions and food recommendations (including Fish..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees in London??

    • Johnny K.

      Johnny K. said, "...rock!.. have some amazing quick tapas at José.. ask for Herve.. the coolest, funniest maitre in London.. if you're into museums.. Tate Modern .. theatre.. Shakespeare's Globe.. do a walk from House Of Parliament to Westminster Abbey then walk past 10 Downing..." See More

  • 1 mention in Help us plan a week in London in May/June

    • Amanda J.

      Amanda J. said, "...is sunny (there's nothing worse then being locked in a standing only pen for two hours while it's pissing down rain). Tate Modern is a great modern art museum and Victoria & Albert Museum is very cool (probably has the best gift..." See More

  • 1 mention in Restaurants/Nightlife/Cultural Landmarks in London this summer

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Valerie S. said, "...(often special exhibits will have an entry fee, but the majority of the museum is free). My two favorites are the Tate Modern and The British Museum (the latter of which plays host to the Rosetta Stone. If you're a bit alternative,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where Would You Go for 2 Weeks?

    • jack j.

      jack j. said, "...think it will be my first priority to spend 2 weeks there and would like to visit the Peak District and Tate Modern, London...." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in London - Local insights on attractions and restaurants?

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Valerie S. said, "...enjoy a coffee (and unique view) from 2 Love Tea & Coffee House (https://www.facebook.com/2loveteaandcoffeehouse)Walk along the Southbank Centre, maybe visit the Tate Modern and grab a meal somewhere near Saint Paul's Cathedral -- perhabs Burger and Lobster if you're up for the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cool London Architecture

    • Alex J.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Alex J. said, "...brick sculptures that pay homage to the natural world. I especially like the friendly animals that substitute the typical gargoyles :) Tate Modern or The British Museum For a modern interpretation, visit either/or. The Tate is an excellent example of Industrial British..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is it worth buying a travel card in London?

    • Hannah C.

      Hannah C. said, "...Pakistani food and the Old Truman Brewery for a pint. As for the museums, the very famous (and free) ones include: Tate Modern- after you are done go to the cafe for a tea or coffee and take in the view..." See More

  • 1 mention in I've got 24hrs, can anyone map it out for the wife and I?

    • Alex J.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Alex J. said, "...has the most stunning view of St Paul's Cathedral. An alternative is to continue on for 5mins until you reach the Tate Modern where you can get a cup of tea or a glass of wine on the 5th floor bar which..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must visit in 3 days

    • Alex J.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Alex J. said, "...Primrose Hill on a sunny day for some of the best views over London. You might also enjoy a visit to Tate Modern, perhaps even cross over from Saint Paul's Cathedral via Millennium Bridge? If you venture onto the Southbank then..." See More

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