At the heart of Warhammer World is the Events Hall – our inspiring Empire castle courtyard packed with gaming tables, see what our gaming tables look like on the lower half of this page!
Gaming tables are free to request, reserve and use. Book in advance, bring an opponent, your miniatures, and your gaming equipment, and you’re all set for battle when you arrive here.
Using our Gaming Tables
Your request is not guaranteed until you receive a reply.
Once you place a request we will confirm, or suggest alternatives, within a few days.
For short notice queries call us on 0115 900 4151 (10.00am – 6.00pm)
Reservation well in advance is strongly recommended – we are often fully booked on weekends!
To help plan for any changes which may impact on your visit, check our
Service Changes and Calendar.
If you have not arrived within an hour of your stated arrival time, your table may be given to gamer present and waiting.
All models must be Games Workshop in full. This does not extend to bases, but includes all weapons, heads, arms legs, wings and so on.
Only Games Workshop games and certain affiliates can be played on our tables and in Bugman’s Bar. For further details please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can’t book tables beyond the dates available on the booking form. To find out when future bookings open, sign up to our newsletter for announcements!
The Feature Tables
J’migan Bridge. This 6×12 table makes extensive use of the Wall of Martyrs kits, all with rules which you can use in your game. Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000 & The Horus Heresy.
The Gatehouse of Numas. At 6’×8′ our largest Warhammer feature table is a ruined processional way that leads to the Desert city of Scarabs – Numas. Gaming System: Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.
Spyral Prime. This objective filled 6×8 city is built on detailed Forge World Realm of Battle Cityscape tiles. Gaming System: Warhammer: 40,000 & The Horus Heresy
Zone Mortalis (D – 16 West) Made from Forge World’s Realm of Battle Zone Mortalis tiles, you can configure this amazing 6’×4′ board to your liking. Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000 & The Horus Heresy.
Mining Facility 42, a 6×4 table dense with platforms and levels above an oily lake, perfect for Kill Team games. Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000, The Horus Heresy.
Empyrea 7 is a flexible 6×4 board where seperate tiles can be moved, turned and set up as you like! Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000 & The Horus Heresy.
If you want to battle over terrain seen in Games Workshop’s publications, The Ruins of Orellion III is a 6×4 table created using scenery from the Photography Studio!
Necromunda Table – Zone Mortalis. Made from Forge World’s Realm of Battle Zone Mortalis tiles, you can configure this amazing 3’×3′ board to your liking. Space either side of the table allows cards to be set out.
Necromunda Table – Sector Mechanicus. Each of these 3’×3′ boards contains different hazards and focal points. Space either side of the table allows cards to be set out.
The Fortress of Kah’Rahkél is an 8’x6′ skull-encrusted Chaos Dreadhold, perfect to play epic games over! Games System: Warhammer Age of Sigmar
Tau Research Station on Vigos. On this versatile 6’x12′ table ,move the
forests, spread out buildings and arrange the terrain to suit your game. Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000.
The Ruins of Dras’Shiel. A brand new inspiring 6×4 feature table available for booking now. Games System: Warhammer Age of Sigmar
Shrine World Boralis IV. This 6×4 gaming table is full of shimmering golden detailed buildings reflecting the glory of the Imperium. Gaming System: Warhammer 40,000.
The Valley of Skulls. This 6×4 Citadel Realm of Battle Gameboard has been modified with worrying features such as an eldritch black pool, and the huge Sorcerer’s tower. Gaming System: Warhammer: Age of Sigmar
A “standard” table means you get allocated a 6×4 table with Citadel Realm of Battle tiles, and a few use Forge World’s tiles too! The tables all come with loose scatter scenery, so you can move the pieces around and arrange the table as you like it. You may even find specially made one off pieces, converted scenery, and unusual features like smashed up tanks!