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The Lightbox, Woking
(4/5 based on 150 reviews on the web)
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  • Despite not living in Woking we pay a visit each time we travel here. There are always interesting exhibitions to see currently a comics through the ages took our fancy. There is a constant exhibition...  more »
  • Living in Woking I visit the Lightbox a lot and enjoy both the permanent and visiting exhibitions. However, the other evening I attended a talk there and bought a glass of wine beforehand. I'd asked f...  more »
  • The Lightbox is another of those places, on the doorstep, that we never visited together, but now I'm a regular. There are some excellent gallery spaces which host regular exhibitions of Chris Ingrams...  more »
  • it was on our way and being curious we went to lightbox. found it good, but not being a art lover, found it boring. but for art loving people, it is a real treat. i loved some sections.
  • So much going on around here, found out Horsel Common is a real place! Nice coffee shop plenty of seats outside too to enjoy a sunny day.
  • Great place to visit, lovely cafe & gift shop on site & plenty of parking nearby in the town.
  • Used this place several times for meetings and the snacks are great, and space for meetings
  • The worst gallery and museum I've ever been to. There is usually nothing of interest in there. It was supposed to capture all the exhibitions coming out of London and going on tour but that almost never happens. It's usually empty of visitors because it's so pointless. It even ran out of money when it was half way through construction and had to be bailed out by the council to the tune of millions of pounds. What a waste of public money.