With tickets for May 16th and 17th’s Grand Opening weekend sold out, you can start to plan your visit for May 18th onward. Here’s an update on the 5 areas of the Exhibition Centre.
Work is well underway on the new specially built display boards, as scenery is being painted, and over 20,000 miniatures built, painted and pinned in place. The largest diorama display Games Workshop has ever created is now somewhere between terrifying and awe-inspiring as we start on the final stages bringing the parts together.
As well as four rooms dedicated to miniatures, we have a flexible exhibition space, which will open with an exhibition showing off the amazing art of the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 worlds. With prints available to purchase after you’ve enjoyed the showcase , make the most of this dramatic art from Black Library, Forge World and Citadel publications.
Of course, displays will also include the thousands of models painted by the renowned ‘Eavy Metal and Army Painting teams, so you can get up close to the miniatures you see in White Dwarf and Warhammer: Visions. You’ll also see more Forge World miniatures in our displays!
From May 18th, entry to the Exhibition Centre will be by ticket, purchased in the Warhammer World store.
Please note, visitors 16 years or younger must be accompanied by a responsible adult when in the Exhibition Centre area of Warhammer World.
Child (12-17 years): £5
Child (11 years and under): Free
Family (2 Adult and 2 Child): £20, each additional child: £5
Group Visit (Groups of 10 or more, booked in advance): £6.50 per person. Contact us for booking here.