25% off your bill when you dine, drink or grab a coffee in the Tate Modern Terrace Bar, Switch House Level 1.
T&Cs: 25% off food & beverage only. Please show your Buzz ard to bar staff when ordering. Subject to availability. Tate retain the right to withdraw offer at any time.
Tate Modern displays the Tate Collection of international modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day. Since it opened in May 2000, more than 40 million people have visited Tate Modern. It is one of the UK’s top three tourist attractions and generates an estimated £100 million in economic benefits to London annually.
Now open to the public (17 June 2016) is the newly built Switch House, offering 60% more gallery space, underground Tank spaces dedicated to live art, and awe-inspiring 360 degree views of London from the new viewing terrace. See the full list of what's on offer here.
The new Tate Modern brings fresh energy to London’s dining and drinking scene. The new Herzog & de Meuron designed, 10-storey Switch House extension of Tate Modern is home to the100-seater Tate Modern Bar (Switch House, Level 1), Tate Modern Espresso Bar (Switch House, Level 2), a new Members Room (Switch House, Level 8), a 150-cover Tate Modern Restaurant (Switch House, Level 9), and Viewing Gallery (Switch House, Level 10).
Bankside Stars are extraordinary organisations that are actively involved with the local area. Find out more here
Contributing to our 2015 gift collection campaign, Together at Christmas.
Last year’s Together at Christmas proved to be an immense success with 4000 gifts donated and wrapped to over 1,300 people supported by 24 charities based in the Bankside and Southwark area.
Tate Modern was one of the 60 local businesses to host a Christmas box, collecting a variety of gifts from their workforce to be given to local charities for the homeless, vulnerably housed and elderly people. Each gift donated from Tate Modern truly made a real difference to the lives of those in the local Bankside area who may have otherwise not received a Christmas present.
Is there a colour you always find yourself drawn to? Patrick Caulfield, Pottery 1969, Tate Collection… https://t.co/y5aTkIGVBsMon May 22 16:15:16 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
#QueerBritishArt curator Clare Barlow will be at Wilderness Festival in Aug talking sexuality, gender & art… https://t.co/2NVhmdDicFSat May 20 16:25:07 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
Artist and former Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon playfully answers the question ‘where do ideas come from?’ https://t.co/eGhdgIcZtLSat May 20 11:42:05 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite