Top Destinations in the UK for those Who Love Art During the Holidays

The UK has a lot in store for those who are passionate about art. Hence, it should be a worthwhile experience to visit top places that are dedicated to the modern art. Indeed, you need not go elsewhere, because they are all here in the UK. At the same time, guests and visitors can drop by any of the following locations for the holidays.

The Baltic, Newcastle

This contemporary art centre that towers over the Tyne is the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. Aside from the crop of exhibits held in this location, one of the top reasons to visit Baltic is the magnificent view.

 

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich

 

This spot is a museum and art gallery in the University of East Anglia campus in Norwich, England. It has the largest collection of artworks and objects accumulated over the years and increased in size to several 1000s spanning over 5000 years of human existence, including some of the works of popular artists.

 

The De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

 

The De la Warr Pavilion is one of the first Modernist buildings in the UK. This structure stands at an awesome setting just on the beach in Bexhill. The location hosts an eclectic programme of events. It provides contemporary art exhibitions, courses and talks, and a huge line-up of international entertainers and artists.

 

Tate Modern, London

 

Tate Modern is a national treasure that hosts a gallery of modern art. It has a collection of impressive array of popular names in terms of 20th century international art. The structure itself provides a grand display of its industrial past as a power station and the playful and ambitious curating.

 

There are so many locations dedicated to the arts in the UK. You can visit them during the holidays with friends or family. You simply have to plan things up if you want to have a hassle-free trip to the UK.

Photos by: Jimmy McIntyre.Martin., Steve Wilde, and m.a.r.c.

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