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London - Tate Modern 0001
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The Tate Modern occupies a site on the South side of the Thames close to which bridge?
What was the previous use of the building?
It is the old Battersea Power Station
Tate Modern is one of four Tate Galleries. Which one of the following is NOT a real Tate Gallery?
Tate St Ives
Tate Modern is the home of works from which date to the present?
Tate modern houses the national collection of international modern art.
When was the Tate Modern officially opened?
Opened on 11th May 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II
Adult admission costs how much (£'s)?
Donations from visitors are needed to support the gallery's work
How did Sir Henry Tate (after whom the Tate Galleries are named) start his business career?
Much of his fortune was derived from his patent to make sugar cubes.
The Tate collection started with just 65 works gifted by Henry Tate. How many works are now in the collection?
45,000 to 55,000
55,000 to 65,000
65,000 to 75,000
A "Tate to Tate" tour involves a ride on which vehicle?
The Tate boat is a state-of-the art 220 seat catamaran
Who painted the famous "Lady of Shalott" housed at Tate Modern?
John William Waterhouse
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