Tate Britain, London
Tate Britain first opened its doors in London in 1897 and is now one of the most well known galleries in the world, with extensive collections of British art from the 1500s to the present day.
Entry is free though there is a charge for special exhibitions; see the world’s largest collection of Turner paintings, two rooms of Henry Moore sculptures, and works by Hogarth, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Singer Sargent, Ben Nicholson and Dame Barbara Hepworth, among others. From the abstract to impressionism, from landscapes to portraits, it’s all here at Tate Britain. Take your time, enjoy it, look at everything slowly.
There’s a café or you can take a packed lunch, and there are regular events and daily activities for families.
Open 10.00am-6.00pm every day
T: 020 7887 8888 All information correct at the time of writing