MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS: Stimulating settings

Dinner guests were seated in a heated marquee within the museum's grounds as well as the Grand Magazine - an area formerly used for storing barrels of gunpowder when the site was the Navy's armaments depot. "Using the two areas worked well. Because the museum is a no-smoking environment it meant we could allow the non-smokers to be separated from smokers over dinner,

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