Trains to Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit for incredible modern art in Liverpool.

Tate Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit for incredible modern art in Liverpool. Find unique paintings, new modern classics, and more in this gorgeous gallery. Best of all, you can get there easily by travelling with Avanti West Coast trains.


Learn more about the Tate Gallery in Liverpool and see how the train can take you there.

How to get to the Tate Liverpool by train

The Tate Gallery is at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool. It is open daily from 10:00 to 17:50. The closest station to the gallery is Liverpool James Street. It is only about 15 minutes away from the gallery on foot.

Take your local line to Liverpool James Street and exit the station on James Street. Head southwest on James Street toward The Strand and make a left when you get there.

Make a right at Strand Street and take another left toward Salthouse Quay. At Salthouse Quay, turn right and then make a left at Gower. Stay on Gower, and the gallery will be on your right.

What to do at the Tate Liverpool

The Tate Modern in Liverpool is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking to enjoy gorgeous modern art. Experience the gallery's glory by checking out the highlighted exhibitions, the classic installations, and more.

The gallery hosts art from all over the world in different mediums, including paintings, photography, and sculptures. There are over 80 pieces of art you can see for free in the gallery, as well as special exhibits, which require tickets to visit.

About Tate Liverpool

The Tate Gallery first opened its doors in 1897 with only one gallery. Now, The Tate Liverpool is one of four major sites.

The Tate strives to help the public enjoy and learn about British art from the 16th century to the modern day. It also hosts international modern and contemporary art, offering guests a wide spectrum of artist sights.

The Tate Liverpool also cares about conservation. The gallery has the collection in both physical and digital formats for preservation. The museum also plays a role in educating the public on modern art with its learning programmes.

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Ways to save on your train ticket to Tate Liverpool

Get to the Tate on your time when you take the train to Liverpool. There are trains for different days and times to fit your schedule.

You can also save on your tickets by booking direct, choosing an off-peak time, or buying a Railcard. When you book your tickets with Avanti, you can forget about booking fees. You can also choose to schedule your journey for an off-peak time.

Off-peak times are usually before or after rush hour and can lead to a quieter, less-crowded ride. If you have a flexible schedule, travelling off-peak offers better and cheaper journeys.

There are also many different Railcards to consider. Buy a Railcard and save on any train rides when you use it. You can get a Railcard for yourself based on your age, whether you’re a student, and who you’re travelling with.

For example, you can invest in a Two Together Railcard to travel with a partner, relative, or friend. This Railcard allows you both to save ⅓ the cost of fare when using it. Or, if you’re commuting with more people, consider a Family and Friends Railcard.

The Family and Friends Railcard allows up to four adults and four children to travel and save on fares. Save ⅓ the price of fare on all adult tickets and 60% on children’s ticket prices.

Get the Avanti app

Download the Avanti West Coast App today to make travelling to Tate Liverpool even easier.

Buy the cheapest tickets with your mobile wallet or digital debit card, and access them straight from your phone. If your plans change, reschedule your commute or get a refund on your tickets right in the app.

Buy your tickets in the app to choose your seats, check your train status, and upgrade to Standard Premium or First Class at your convenience.

Getting to Tate Liverpool

Learn more about the Tate Gallery in Liverpool and see how the train can take you there.

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