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Many Wetherspoon pubs are restored from interesting and, in several cases, unique buildings. On this page, we’ll be exploring the history of the buildings, adding many more pubs in the months and years ahead.

Wetherspoon’s chairman and founder, Tim Martin, said: “We take immense pride in the restoration and refurbishment of wonderful buildings into Wetherspoon pubs. We feel that it is right to celebrate the history of the buildings.”

If you have information on the history of any of our pubs, then we’d like you to share it with us. Who knows – your local pub could be next! Please complete a contact form here 

The history of Wetherspoon pubs have featured in a couple of articles in the press, you can read these by clicking the links below. 

Click here to read an article from the Mail Online about some of the more unusual pub histories.

Click here to read an article from the Daily Star about some of Wetherspoons breath-taking buildings.

Check out the most recently added pubs below: