What to see over half term
Make the most of your half term break and get exploring with a Teacher Art Pass.
Take some time for yourself this half term and treat yourself to a culture trip.
Did you know that visiting museums and art galleries can have a positive impact on our wellbeing? They offer spaces to be creative, get inspired, and learn more about the world around us.
Plus, they make great places to explore with friends and family where you can relax and enjoy some culture together.
We've highlighted some of the best museums, galleries and historic places to visit this half term with a Teacher Art Pass, which gives you incredible benefits at every venue listed, including 50% off major exhibitions, reduced-price entry, and exclusive offers in museum shops and cafés.
You can also add Plus One or Plus Kids options to your pass, so you can experience museums with friends and family, and share the benefits of a membership with them too.
Discover some of the best museums to visit with your Teacher Art Pass
Tate Modern is one of the world's biggest modern and contemporary art museums and a must-see if you're visiting London. Explore El Anatsui's monumental Turbine Hall installation for free and then check out the incredible current exhibitions: Philip Guston, A World in Common and Capturing the Moment. A Teacher Art Pass will get you 50% off all of them.
Wander through Castle Howard's dramatic 18th-century house and grounds, where major film and TV productions have taken place, including Brideshead Revisited and Bridgerton. The 9,000 acres of surrounding parkland feature lakes, fountains, temples, woodland,
a formal walled garden and an adventure playground.
London's Science Museum is the perfect place to explore the wonders of science and technology, with its exciting displays telling stories of major scientific achievements. Don't miss their fascinating exhibition Turn It Up, examining the role music plays in our lives and the science behind it. Plus, a Teacher Art Pass will get you 50% off the exhibition ticket price.
Explore the modernist home and studio of Bloomsbury Group artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, where they hosted some of the most radical artists, writers and thinkers of the 20th century. A Teacher Art Pass will get you 25% off entry to the iconic house, plus 50% off tickets to the David Hockney exhibition.
The former home of a Tate curator, Kettle's Yard blends a museum collection with a living space, placing works of art among furniture, ceramics and other objects to create an intimate environment. You'll get 50% off entry to the house with a Teacher Art Pass.
Housed in one of Bath's signature Georgian buildings, with a modern extension, the Holburne Museum programmes a range of historical and contemporary exhibitions. With a Teacher Art Pass, get 50% off Gwen John: Art and Life in London and Paris, which uncovers the life, love and influences of a radical painter and portraitist.
Enjoy some crisp, autumnal air and take in the stunning views at Compton Verney, which boasts 120 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown. You'll get 50% off entry with a Teacher Art Pass, and if the weather isn't on your side, why not pop inside the 18th-century country house and check out the History in the Making exhibition, opening 21 October?
Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery houses an impressive art collection, spanning the Middle Ages to today, and offers 50% off exhibitions with a Teacher Art Pass. They're currently showing a major exhibition of photographs by celebrated Irish photographer Tom Wood, who has captured the streets of Liverpool since the late 1970s.
Discover the power of design at V&A Dundee, bringing international design to Scotland and providing a new platform for Scottish designers to display their work. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece, with stunning views that can be enjoyed over a bite to eat at the café. And with a Teacher Art Pass, you'll get 50% off the ticket price to their blockbuster exhibition, Tartan, examining the pattern's timeless appeal.
The more you see, the more we do.
The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.