The Orangery was built in the late 18th century for Pemberton Milnes, a wealthy merchant whose grand townhouse still exists close to Westgate Railway Station.
The Orangery is now owned and occupied by beam who help people make better places through learning and education, the promotion of good design, and the imaginative use of the arts in the public realm
The exhibition and resource area at The Orangery opened to the public in 2004. It hosts a varied programme of exhibitions around the development and awareness of the public realm.
Visitors to the exhibition and resource area are welcome Monday to Friday 10.00am until 16.00.
The Orangery also offers a unique venue in a prime location for social and business events including meeting / conference space, wedding/party receptions and training space. The grounds also provide a tranquil, green space in the heart of the city, as a wonderful backdrop for wedding/group photos.
If you would like to book the facilities please contact Beam.
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|Notes||Exhibition open Mon-Fri 10.00-16.00|
Back Lane, Wakefield, WF1 2TG
Map reference: SE 328207 Lat: 53.68172 Long: -1.50487
Parking : free
|Sat 8 Jun 2013 - Sun 29 Sep 2013||A-MAZE for Yorkshire|