Tate Modern is one of the must-go galleries in London, with many contemporary and contemporary works of art.
The pavilion itself is very architecturally beautiful, and many children can play on the slopes downstairs! Most of the exhibits are free to watch, and the walls of the pavilion are very intimate: read all the exhibits without forcing a day! The
special exhibition can also show the membership card or the Museum Association card, you can watch it for free, I went to see an exhibition about weaving. Even if it is a simple match of black and white, you can see the designer's ingenuity!
Tate Modern is contemporary art gallery situated in central London, and is the most explored modern art gallery in the world. It is known for commonly excellent and envelope-pushing exhibitions and for being placed within the now Bankside Power Station, a truly large building with an iconic red brick facade. The gallery is the most well known of the Tate group, which includes galleries in St. Ives, Liverpool and elsewhere. Admission is at no cost.