Tate Modern: literally an art powerhouse, it was designed by the architect of Battersea Power Station and has been dominating the South Bank's tourist trade ever since it reopened as a gallery in the late 1990s. The mighty Turbine Hall is home to annual Unilever installations that tend to send the public into a frenzy, while elsewhere you'll find the Tate's modern art collections. Rothko, Matisse, Beuys: every heavyweight you could wish for, all present and correct. Journeying from gallery to gallery, you can take a free tour of the greatest movements of the 20th century - but chances are your eye will be caught by the latest blockbuster, for which you'll have to pay, and probably also wrestle for viewing space.
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Entry Charges: Admission Free: Charge For Special Exhibitions