Tate Modern's Stairs is an open-air staircase between the Millennium Bridge in London, England and the entrance of the gallery. It provides the perfect spot for a photo with the Thames River, St. Paul's Cathedral and the London Eye in the background. The steps are a popular spot for holiday makers and photographers to take in all the beauty of the surroundings. Enjoy the skyline and river views from the base of the staircase or climb the 111 stairs to the entrance of the gallery for a closer look. Enjoy the ever changing light throughout the day for different shots, with the possibility of different perspective points on the way up the stairs. For a truly unique shot, climb the steps just after the sun has dropped behind the horizon and admire the silhouette of London’s most renowned sights.