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Tate Britain, Gallery 9

Location pin

Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG - 

  • Users

    Up to
    299 standing

  • Table with chairs

    Offers
    catering

Tate Britain, the original Tate gallery first opened its doors to the public in 1897. This beautiful Neo-classical building with stunning high ceilings and wide galleries now houses British masterpieces up until the 20th Century. Bringing together stunning event spaces, creative gastronomy, and exclusive access to world-class art, Tate Events is uniquely placed to offer an immersive event experience. From small, intimate gatherings to large scale corporate events, Tate Events can cater to any event. Our world–renowned venue offers unrivalled options to host your guests, in the magnificent Duveens to our stunning Gallery 9 boasting art masterpieces in the space. The Tate Events team has a wealth of expertise, offering a complete package from venue hire to exquisite food and beverage. All profits from our events are donated to Tate, securing the future of art for all. Make your event one to remember!

Gallery 9 is Tate Britain’s showcase gallery. Steeped in history, it’s a beautiful space with high domed ceilings and exceptional British art. Dine surrounded by masterpieces by Martin, Millais, Blake and more, the artworks in this room celebrate themes of romance and evolution, the perfect place for an unforgettable event.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 299

Catering & drinks

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Disabled access

Disabled access

Natural light

Natural light

Public transport

Public transport

Audio & visual

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Cancellation policy

50% refundable 90 days before the event

Other rules

With priceless pieces of artwork displayed in many of our event spaces, we operate an approved supplier list for production, florists and entertainment.

Location

Reviews

  • Maujiza Babi

    November 2023

    Great collection with a thorough mix of modern and classical! The most beautiful (and prized) Ophelia painting is worth a visit just to admire this beauty in real life. There are several rotational exhibits too, showcasing the best of latest artists. The main shop is cute and decorated for Christmas, so it's a good time to drop in!

  • Ziad Razak

    October 2023

    Tate Modern probably gets most of the headlines, but this gallery is probably one of our favourite places for art in London. The Turner collection alone makes this museum a must-visit for Art lovers in London. The staff are friendly, and the museum shop is world class. Did I mention that the art collection here is fantastic?? Well worth a visit to get a great panoramic view of British art through the centuries. Also - it’s free to enter!!!!

  • Yulia Voevodskaya

    December 2023

    16th-19th century Instagram-like paintings, and very interesting and welcoming modern art display! Tate Britain is free to visit. It is located a short walk away from the Parliament. It's not very big, allow maybe two hours for the visit. The presentation of the art works is beautifully done, but the beginning of the visit is far from the entrance, make sure you check the plan if you wish to explore the museum in chronological order

  • Tony L

    December 2023

    I had a great time during my first visit to the Tate Britain. The building is simply stunning and the exhibitions are very interesting with a variety of artworks on display. This art gallery is a must-visit for art lovers in London. The staff are friendly, there is no entrance fee, and it is located in a great area. I highly recommend visiting here!

  • James Green

    November 2023

    Just in for a quick visit while in the area and was blown away. The architecture of the galleries is fantastic, and still has a great selection of modern pieces, as well as a deep dive into older British art. Had a quick nibble in the cafe as well, which was good if a little noisy due to the acoustics