Tate Modern

Created in the year 2000 from a disused power station in the heart of London, Tate Modern displays the national collection of international modern and contemporary art, which is defined as art since 1900. Tate Modern includes modern British art where it contributes to the story of modern art, so major modern British artists may be found at both Tate Modern and Tate Britain.

If you’re interested in holding at event at Tate Modern, please contact our Events Team by email or alternatively call on 01483 757211.

The Tanks

  • Reception for up to 600
  • Dining for up to 400

The South Room

  • Reception for up to 300 guests
  • Dining for up to 250 guests
  • Theatre style for up to 200 guests
  • Cabaret style for up to 100 guests

Level 10 Viewing Terrace

  • Reception for up to 150
  • Dining for up to 80

Turbine Hall and Bridge

  • Reception for up to 1,500
  • Dining for up to 800 guests

The Restaurant

  • Reception for up to 200
  • Dining for up to 80

Starr Cinema and Foyer

  • Presentations for up to 234 guests

The East Room

  • Reception for up to 150 guests
  • Dinner for up to 100 guests
  • Cabaret style for up to 70 guests
  • Theatre style for up to 100 guests

Blavatnik Level 2 Concourse

  • Reception for up to 300

The Members Room

  • Reception for up to 300

The Tate Modern Café

  • Reception for up to 350 guests
  • Dining for up to 200 guests

Kitchen and Bar

  • Reception for up to 300 guests
  • Dining for up to 200 guests
  • Reception for up to 120 guests
  • Dining for up to 80 guests

The Members Bar

  • Reception for up to 120 guests

Blavatnik Level 4 Concourse

  • Reception for up to 300 guests
  • Dining for up to 200 guests

The Boiler House

  • Reception for up to 300 guests for Level 2 or Level 3 Concourse