Tate Britain (1), Westminster, London Location map
 
  Photograph of the Rotunda, Tate Britain, London, England   Tate Britain.

Just beyond the Entrance Hall is the Rotunda with its new spiral staircase. As part of the design of the new central stair, the floor of the Rotunda was remade in terrazzo, in a pattern that recalls the original marble mosaic floor.

I have to admit that it does look rather spectacular.

 

 

 

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  View of the nave, Westminster Cathedral, London, England   Tate Britain.

One of the staircases showing colourful abstract decoration produced using pastel crayons.

 

 

 

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  View of the roof, Westminster Cathedral, London, England   Tate Britain.

One of the many galleries of paintings in Tate Britain. Galleries vary in style and colour and usually have some sort of seating.

 

 

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  Photograph of a Harris Hawk, Westminster Cathedral Piazza, London, England   Tate Britain.

We had lunch in the Djanogly Cafe which, although on the lower ground floor, was light and bright and the food was good but the portions were small.

 

 

 

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