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Tate Modern

One of London’s most exciting and loved buildings, Tate Modern houses a world renowned collection of international modern art.

When Tate Modern opened at the turn of the millennium, it was an instant icon, transforming an obsolete power station into the world’s most visited gallery of modern and contemporary art.

The new Tate Modern opened in June 2016, adding a new dimension to UK cultural life. Blavatnik Building boasts new gallery suites for our truly global collection, and generous public spaces for the millions of visitors who come to see our special exhibitions, enjoy our social spaces and enjoy art from around the world.

With its commanding location on the banks of the Thames opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, the new Tate Modern has ten floors of unique and varied spaces, plus the vast and versatile Turbine Hall and The Tanks. Tate Modern is the iconic London location for your event, big or small. And remember: all the revenue raised by events helps secure Tate’s collection for the nation.

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Tate Modern – Natalie Bell and Turbine Hall

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Events & Capacities

Reception0 - 1 500
Lunch 0 - 250
Dinner 0 - 800
Dinner Dance 0 - 800
Meeting / Conference 0 - 500
Outside Space 0 - 800
Exhibition Space (m2)
Marquee Capacity0 - 0
Wedding Licence 0 - 0
Wedding Reception 0 - 800
Accessible AccessYes

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Our end-to-end pricing covers every element of your event and includes the hire of one of Tate's unique spaces, specially prepared dining menus, a curated drinks menu, in-house lighting, security and cleaning. Not only that but you'll have a specialist planner helping to make your event shine and a dedicated team to deliver on the day. Get in touch with us today at to find out more.

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All of our events are run with COVID-safety at the forefront of everything we do; from reviewing capacities to allow for 1m+/2m spacing and one-way routes around the gallery to extra cleaning and special serving measures. Your event planner will take you through the process step by step so you can be confident of the safety of your guests. Get in touch if you have any questions about this.

Level 10 Viewing Terrace: Canape Reception

Enjoy one of the most impressive views of London’s skyline on the Level 10 Viewing Terrace, with floor to ceiling windows and a 360-degree wraparound balcony. In the evening the city lights sparkle, creating a enthralling setting for your reception. £120 per person ex VAT

East Room and Kitchen & Bar: Dinner

The East Room and Kitchen & Bar are contemporary spaces which offer a blank canvas for your dinner. Floor to ceiling windows allow unobstructed views of St Paul’s Cathedral and sweeping views of the Thames and the city. After dark, this becomes a stunning backdrop for your event. £175 per person ex VAT

East Room: Daytime Conference

The defining feature of The East Room, high up on the top floor of the Natalie Bell Building, is the view; a panoramic sweep of the London skyline from St Paul’s to the Shard. During the day, it is flooded with natural daylight, bright and airy; making it one of our most popular spaces for presentations, meetings and conferences. Full day: £150 per person ex VAT Half day: £120 per person ex VAT

South Room: Daytime Conference

The South Room is Tate Modern’s only space dedicated to events. In the heart of Blavatnik Building, this private space is ideal for learning conferences, product launches, daytime events and also evening receptions and dinners. The building’s high ceilings and modern architecture create a feeling of light and space and is a truly unique event space. Full day: £130 per person ex VAT Half day: £100 per person ex VAT