The London Tate Modern Museum expose the section of international modern art from the collection of the Tate Gallery.
Occupy the recycled building from the Bankside power station, in the South bank. Located next to the River Thames and in front of the St. Paul’s Cathedral, in the City. With the Millenium Bridge joining the two banks. It has given a great boost to the area since its establishment in 2000.
The collection of modern art it houses is considered one of the four most important in the world. Among his masterpieces includes Narcissus metamorphosis (1937) of Dalí, The snail (1953) of Matisse, The three dancers (1925) of Picasso and the Marilyn Diptych (1967) of Andy Warhol. Annually, among others, programs and receives a loan exhibition from a single author.
The most impressive thing about this great brick building is the Turbine Hall, with 30 meters of altitude and 150 meters long, which occupies the entire width of the building. Doing the functions of distributor directs us towards 88 galleries dedicated to exhibition, activities and educational programs.
Of its four gastronomic spaces you should not miss the rooftop bar with its stunning views of the city.