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Facilities - Tate Modern

Entrances to the gallery

There are two entrances to the gallery:

The River Entrance is situated either side of the chimney and is reached via the river walkway. Access is directly to Level 2 from which there are lifts and staircase to all floors.

The Main Entrance to Tate Modern is on Holland Street. Entry to the gallery is via a ramp which extends down into the Turbine Hall and Level 1. A flight of steps with a handrail runs alongside the length of the ramp. Access to the rest of the gallery is via escalator, lift and a staircase to all floors.
Entry for wheelchairs, prams, and buggies is via the River Entrance or via the Café Entrance situated next to the Main Entrance ramp.


Guide Dogs
Guide Dogs and Hearing Dogs for the deaf are welcome.
Parking and Wheelchair Facilities
Ten wheelchairs are available on request for use by visitors. To book a wheelchair or a disabled car parking space contact Tate Ticketing on +44(0) 20 7887 8888 or email
Tickets for Special Exhibitions
Disabled visitors can buy concessionary tickets for special exhibitions and if they are accompanied their escort may enter free. Concessionary rates also apply to Senior Citizens, ES40 card-holders and students in full-time education.
Benches can be found in a number of galleries. Additional seating is provided in the Turbine Hall and concourses and in the surrounding landscape. Viewing stools can be picked up from the concourses on levels 3, 4 and 5.
Card and Cash pay phones are situated on levels 1 and 2 under the staircase.
Toilets and Cloakrooms
Fully accessible toilets are located on each floor. The cloakroom is situated on the Level 1.
There are four lifts which are situated by the main stairs on the concourses of each floor. These provide access to all levels.
Baby Care Room
The Baby Care Room is found on Level 1. Additional nappy-changing facilities are available in the toilets on each floor.
Programmes and Services
Tate Modern offers a number of programmes and services for visitors with disabilities.

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