The Exhibition in Godmanchester has worked hard in recent months to build on our restaurant’s reputation. Our award winning head chef, Jeremy Ireson uses local ingredients where possible and produces some amazing food.
Our restaurant has an alcove with circular table, some private feeling tables in the corner and plenty of room to join tables together if you are part of a large party.
Our up to date menus can be found on our site. We change them frequently so there will always be something new to try.
Today marks the start of Englands campaign in the 2011 six nations.
All games shown on normal TV will be broadcast at The Exhibition Pub in Godmanchester. We don’t expect huge crowds but always have a great atmosphere during and after the games.
We welcome all fans, unless you are French – (only joking).
The restaurant will be open as usual.
The Exhibition Pub in Godmanchester is still raising money for Macmillan. This time it’s local Dave Newell that is stepping up to volunteer his hair and moustache in exchange to raise over £1100.
The Exhibition Pub and Golf Society in Godmanchester have raised over £45,000 for Macmillan over the years. The Pub hosts all sorts of events that help to raise cash for the great work Macmillan do.
To support Dave and the Macmillan you can donate at the pub on London Road in Godmanchester or online at www.justgiving.com/barcardidave
There are four pubs in Godmanchester, The Black Bull is located on Post Street and is closest to Huntingdon. The Royal Oak is on The Causeway overlooking the River Ouse and Old Chinese Bridge. The White Hart is located on Cambridge Road near the Co-op and The Exhibition at the corner of Earning Street and London Road.
There are some great drinking holes in Huntingdon if you are looking for a longer pub crawl. You could start at the Samuel Pepys Pub on Huntingdon High Street or Prima Restaurant next door. The Bridge Hotel has a great bar with an open fireplace and is located on the old bridge over the Ouse that separates Huntingdon & Godmanchester.
The local branch of the CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE has more information on other local pubs close to Huntingdon & Godmanchester together with walks including the Ouse Valley Way.