Tate Liverpool is the home of the national collection of modern art in the north of England and is the United Kingdom’s largest gallery of modern and contemporary art outside London.
Tate Liverpool’s programme houses two main types of exhibit: art selected from the Tate Collection and special exhibitions which bring together works from national and international public and private collections. Since the opening of the gallery in 1988, Tate Liverpool has had over a hundred different exhibitions and featured the work of more than 300 different artists, some seen for the first time in the UK at Tate Liverpool.
Tate Liverpool is housed in a beautiful converted warehouse, which is part of the historic Albert Dock. The conversion of the warehouse was designed by James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates and completed in 1988.
Admission to Tate Collection is free
Admission to Exhibitions £4, £3 concessions, £8 family ticket;
Free to Tate Members, Fellows and children under 12 and accompanied by an adult.
Admission to Tate Liverpool is free, except for special exhibitions.
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