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Public Spaces

In every location, we create a space to eat, drink and soak up the atmosphere that works in harmony with its surroundings. You’ll find artworks and curiosities, historic decorative features and themed menus that reflect the open spaces, buildings and institutions we’re in; so hungry and thirsty visitors of all ages can make the most of every visit.

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Explore our public spaces

Bletchley Park

Steeped in hugely important history, Bletchley Park was the principal centre of Allied code-breaking during the Second World War. Famous for breaking the Enigma Code, you can now spend the day understanding Bletchley Park’s historical significance.

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Warwick Arts Centre

Based at the heart of the University of Warwick on the outskirts of Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre has a national reputation for its wide-ranging programme. With eight venues under one roof, including the prestigious Butterworth Hall, theatres, gallery and three cinemas, it is one of the largest arts centres in the country.

The programme at Warwick Arts Centre is diverse and eclectic, ranging from the best UK and international theatre, prestigious orchestras and big-name comedians to music gigs, films, experimental studio work and accessible work for children and families. In addition we are the home of the acclaimed free entry Mead Gallery, a distinctive space exhibiting works by the UK’s best contemporary visual artists.

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Windsor Great Park

Windsor Great Park was historically the royal hunting round of Windsor Castle. It’s home to the beautiful Savill Garden and Savill Garden Kitchen, the perfect pit stop after a long walk around the park.

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