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Private Tour: Tate Britain and Tate Modern
"A boat trip down the Thames links the two Tates and provides a wonderful panorama of London from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to St. Paul's and the City of London. You alight on the South Bank for the Tate Modern the famous conversion of the Bankside Power Station (1957-60) which took place during the 1990's to house the 20 C. collection of Modern and Contemporary Art. Apart from the exciting modern collection of paintings sculptures and objects it enjoys from the top floor splendid views over the Thames towards St. Paul's to which it has been linked by the Millennium pedestrian bridge by Norman Foster. It also contains an imposing collection of modern European masterpieces from the beginning of the 20 C with great works by the Italian futurists like Boccioni or metaphysic French masterpieces in sculpture and paintings like Degas' Dancers
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Private Tour of Harry Potter Locations in London
Meet your guide at Westminster tube station. You will then make your way to see the Ministry of Magic and filming locations used in the Harry Potter films. Would you like to see Leaky Cauldron pub and the Honeyduke's shop? You will take a double-decker bu"""Find out more facts about Harry Potter and see many secret locations used during the filming in London. You can see Ministry of Magic and the road where it was the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron pub and the shop is just like Honeyduke's. The tour will in Millennium Bridge and Tate Modern. And of course the most famous King’s Cross Station Platform 9¾ where you can find a lot of souvenirs from the Harry Potter movie."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Small-group+tour"""London
From GBP150.00
London Full Day Tour
"Your guide will meet you at your hotel or a designated central location. Walk in the footsteps of the rich and powerful. You'll be introduced to the personalities who ruled Great Britain from Edward the Confessor to Winston Churchill. You will be taken to see where they lived worked and played as well as where many are entombed today. Start by visiting one of the most well known landmarks in the world Big Ben and explore the political and social heart of London. Get your camera ready to take pictures of The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Hear stories of treason Royal weddings and the political system.Then make your way through one of the most beautiful parks in central London- St James with its lake and wildlife to keep you entertained. Once you step out of the park you will see Buckingham Palace and St James Palace. Arrive in time for the impressive Changing of The Guard
From GBP240.00

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Tate Modern

This Museum of Modern Art is among London’s finest museum with artworks from the latze 19th, 20th and 21st century and ocassional ones from long past times. The museum is located in a former power...
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May 12, 2009


Tate modern stands on the banks of the river Thames. The building was a power station that was refurbished by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron.The building was built in the 1940’s and 50’s to...
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Nov 28, 2008

International, Modern and Contemporary Art!

The Tate Modern is a national gallery housing international and national modern art from 1500 to the present day. The musuem was created in 2000 from an old and disused power station in the heart of...
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Nov 12, 2008

Sliding down the tubes.

Sourbugger rarely appreciates a piece of modern art, but one installation at the Tate Modern seemed to be somewhat different. I believe it is now sadly a footnote of artistic history : This what I...
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Oct 13, 2008

Visit the Tate Modern

The Tate Modern was opened in May 2000 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIIt is the national gallery of international modern and contemporary art, from 1900 to nthe present. In June 2008 this included a...
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Jun 13, 2008

the best walk in London Great views

Walk along the Thames (River) path. The best views of London by far. If you are interested in London’s History & Culture you can download a great audio guide from the...
Mar 17, 2008

The Tate Modern Museum

I have now been to the Tate Modern Museum twice. The first time was in 2004 and I went specifically to see the Frida Kahlo exhibit and did not see any other party of the museum. For the special...
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Jan 19, 2008

Tate Modern

Yet another awsome gallery, this is however very huge and I gotta say Woaaa Nelly!! That was probably the best use of "Woaaa Nelly" ever! You can spend hours and hours here and you'll still need more...
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Dec 20, 2007

A huge sucess story? Tate Modern

The makeover of the old Bankside power station into a building to house the old Tate Gallery's collections of non-British and modern art has certainly resulted in an achitectural tour-de-force, with...
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Oct 20, 2007

Tate Modern-Spider exhibit.

The sculpture is made by Louise Bourgeois,aged 95. It first was shown at the opening of Tate Modern in 2000, in the Turbine Hall. This return visit has 'her' outside the building against the backdrop...
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Oct 04, 2007

Tate Modern

A famous modern art museum in a former factory building on the Thames Southbank - interesting permanent exhibition on contemporary art and regular temporary exhibitions. The best way to approach Tate...
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Sep 12, 2007

Take a Tate

Is the most popular project of the Millenium Projects builts on Great Britain to celebrate the 2.000. Tate Modern is the gallery of international modern and contemporary art and showcases art from...
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May 30, 2007
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London Millennium Footbridge

Two days after the London Millennium Footbridge opened in June 2000 it was closed down due to a defect that made the bridge wobble from side to side - and it stayed closed for another two years. It...
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Some 200 metres from the site of the original Globe Theatre stands Shakespeare's New Globe, the reconstruction of which was initiated by American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, who formed the...
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Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge is one of the many Bridges along the Thames River that connects the south bank (southwark district) to northbank of london. Although it is not well known as the other famous bridges...
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Blackfriars Bridge

If you’ve been following my walk along the Victoria Embankment on the northern bank of the Thames or the Queen’s Walk along the South Bank, then you will eventually come to Blackfriars Bridge. The...
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South Bank

If you are looking for a bit of culture then you can't go wrong along the south bank area of the Thames, particularly on either side of Waterloo Bridge. To the west is the Southbank complex which is...
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The Clink Prison Museum

Clink prison which now it has become a museum it’s build upon the original Clink prison and dates back to 1144.It stayed opened until 1780 and was owned by the Bishop of Winchester and it was next to...
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Getting to Tate Modern


25 Sumner Street Bankside, London SE1 9TG


  • Sunday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Monday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 22:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 22:00