We own and operate venues across Letchworth such as Broadway Cinema & Theatre, Broadway Gallery, Standalone Farm, Garden City Greenway, International Garden Cities Institute, and Garden City Collection.
Please note that some of these venues remain closed - please check before you visit.
Broadway Cinema and Theatre
Letchworth’s iconic Broadway Cinema and Theatre is a popular venue within the town and we’re proud to be home to one of the UK’s last independent cinemas. Alongside film blockbusters, a programme of event cinema continues into the winter months, with screenings from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Opera House and MET Opera.
Broadway Gallery is an exhibition space displaying art, craft and design, including work by internationally acclaimed practitioners as well as local and emerging talent.
The Broadway Gallery is a flexible space supporting visual and performance arts – creative workshops, lectures, art classes, exhibitions, music, rehearsals and more. If you run a group looking for space to hire, this could be a solution.
A traditional working farm providing hours of fun for the whole family, which opens from February to October.
See all your farmyard favourites – from sheep to cows, goats to pigs, ducks to chicken; with regular feeding, cow milking demonstrations and tractor trailer rides.
Garden City Greenway
The Garden City Greenway is a 13.6 mile long, circular route that surrounds the Garden City estate.
The Greenway is perfect for a leisurely country stroll or cycle ride. However, if you don’t feel like tackling the full distance there are a number of great stopping points along the route, as well as various options of where to begin and end your journey.
Museum at One Garden City
From September 2021, the Museum is now open Monday - Friday from 10am - 4pm.
The Museum at One Garden City is based at the Foundation's offices at One Garden City.
Showcasing items from the Garden City Collection and exploring the social history of the town, Museum at One Garden City hosts regularly changing displays looking at different aspects of Letchworth's past and present.