A track record in public attractions

14 February 2017

Fladgate has a well-established practice and a long history of advising on projects in the public attractions and themed entertainment sectors, including tourist attractions, theme parks, cultural institutions, theatres, art galleries, zoos and gardens. We represented the Great Exhibition of 1851, and in 1862 we were instructed by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, to help set up the Smithsonian Institution.

Nowadays our work is an extension of our construction and engineering, property, corporate and litigation teams which continue to collaborate with the best in the public attractions sector on a wide variety of projects. They have many years’ experience in acting for funders, developers, consultants, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in the UK and internationally in the
planning, procurement, project delivery and operational phases.

A selection of our recent deals is set out in the following attachment:

Public attractions deals