- Start with some cabinets of classic Citadel miniatures, to whet your appetite before…
- 4 exhibition areas packed with thousands of Citadel and Forge World miniatures, painted by the renowned ‘Eavy Metal, Army Painter and Forge World teams.
- 17 specially built display boards featuring over 20,000 miniatures.
- The Battle For Angelus Prime: The biggest display board Games Workshop has ever created – has to be seen to be believed!
- Guest Displays with miniatures painted by talented members of the painting community.
Check the latest news for our displays in the articles found here.
We always advise you check Service Changes before visiting, in case areas are closed for display installation. Find out more here.
Entrance to Warhammer World, the stores, Events Hall and Bugman’s Bar is free. Tickets for the Exhibition Centre can be purchased in the Warhammer World store.
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.
Find details for Group Visits here.
Carers accompanying disabled visitors, so they can enjoy the experience fully, receive free entry.
Visitors 16 years or younger must be accompanied by a responsible adult when in the Exhibition Centre area of Warhammer World.
For visits by school groups, please contact us to discuss your visit in advance. Find details to help plan a school visit here.
Know a loved one who would enjoy visiting the Exhibition Centre? Ask staff in Warhammer World to buy a gift ticket – they’ll authenticate it, and you can then present it as a gift. Your recipient simply brings it when they visit, staff will date the ticket, and your recipient enjoys a whole day’s access to the Exhibition Centre!
The Great Assassin Hunt
Be first person that day to find the Assassin hiding on The Battle For Angelus Prime, show a member of staff, and you’ll be rewarded with your own Assassin to build and paint, and be honoured on the website “Scouts” roll of honour!
As well as miniatures painted for Games Workshop’s publications, Warhammer World also showcases personal projects by talented painters. These regularly changing displays show the hobby from large collections, to single stunning figures.
Games Workshop cannot take legal responsibility or guardianship for children who stay in Warhammer World for (for any length of time). That will always remain with parents/guardians of those children. Please consider this before leaving any children you are responsible for at Warhammer World.