Travel Information

NEC, Birmingham · B40 1NT

The NEC is at the heart of the UK’s transport network. CLICK HERE for road, rail, bus and flight directions.

Please note:
Daily car park charges apply. Pre-pay for parking and save 25% on daily rates HERE.


Avanti West Coast Trains

Get 20%* off Avanti West Coast Trains Advance tickets when travelling to the NEC. Travel to the venue in style and speed – without the hassle of traffic jams and check-ins.

What do I need to do to validate my ticket?

You need to make sure that you have confirmation that you are attending an event at the NEC with you when you are travelling (as the conductor may ask you for this).


Trainline SplitSave Tickets

Trainlines’s SplitSave, a new split-ticketing app feature, can be cheaper than buying a single ticket if you’re travelling on a long journey. Use the link below to check your fares.

SEC, Glasgow · G3 8YW

Visiting by Train

Exhibition Centre is SEC’s own dedicated railway station allowing easy access from the city centre and the suburbs. Six trains an hour from Central Station (Platform 17) will bring you to Exhibition Centre station in a journey time of just three minutes.


Visiting by Bus

Buses can be accessed from George Square (near Queen Street Station) and Union Street (near Central Station). For timetable visit www.firstglasgow.com


Visiting by Foot

The Clyde Walkway runs right past the SEC. There are two footbridges which cross the Clydeside Express Way (dual carriageway connecting the west end to Glasgow city centre) at both the front and rear of the campus.


Visiting by Road

Leave the M8 at Junction 19 and follow the signs for the SEC. Entry is off Finnieston Street.


Parking

The SEC multi-storey car park is at 10 Stobcross Road, Glasgow, G3 8YW. Parking is also available at The Science Centre – 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1EA. Disabled visitors wanting to catch the buggy to The SEC will need to park at the SEC.


Click here to visit the venue’s website for additional travel information.

ExCeL, London · E16 1XL

Visiting by Train & Tube

London can be reached easily via National Rail services – your point of departure will determine the best service to take and at what station your train will arrive into London.

Once you arrive in London, a great way to get around is by using the Underground network. Two of the stations, Custom House and Prince Regent, are on the event campus. Trains pull up at a covered walkway leaving visitors with less than a two minute’s walk to the entrance.

Alight at Canning Town on the Jubilee Line and change onto a Beckton-bound DLR train for the quick two-stop journey to ExCeL.

The DLR and Jubilee Line can be connected from multiple Overground lines such as Stratford, Canada Water, and Shadwell. The London Overground is highlighted in orange on the Tube map.

Eurostar also operates regular train services from Brussels and Paris to St Pancras International.


Visiting by Bus

300 – Disembark at Prince Regent Bus Station

473 – Disembark at Prince Regent Bus Station


Visiting by Foot

The ExCeL provides a walking map from Canning Town & North Greenwhich Station here: https://www.excel.london/uploads/excel-walking-map-%281%29.pdf

The TfL Go app offers walking routes from all over London: https://tfl.gov.uk/maps_/tfl-go?intcmp=63185


Click here to visit the venue’s website for additional travel information.

Farnborough International · GU14 6FD

Visiting by Train

Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is within easy reach of four stations – Farnborough Main, Farnborough North, North Camp and Aldershot. 

Farnborough Main is served by South West Trains and sits on a mainline to London Waterloo. With up to six trains per hour, getting to Farnborough by train is a very fast and easy option. Farnborough Main station is 1.5 miles from the venue and there will be a FREE SHUTTLE BUS running between Main Station and Farnborough International Centre. Please refer to the timetable below:

Please note that all times are subject to traffic conditions. Alternatively, the station is a 5 minute taxi journey from the venue. Farnborough North and North Camp are served by First Great Western and located within a 10-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at these stations is available on the National Rail website. 

Aldershot is served by South West Trains and offers direct services to London Waterloo and Guildford. The station is a ten-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at the station is available on the National Rail website. 

All stations are wheelchair accessible. 


Visiting by Bus

1 – Disembark at Netley Street

41 – Disembark at Cottesmore Place


Visiting by Road

Should you decide to travel by car, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is located just off the A325, accessible from the M3 (J4) and A31. 

Gate F – GU14 6TQ 

Gate A – GU14 6XE – Transport Road.


Parking

Parking at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is free. Please see following map for details


Click here to visit the venue’s website for additional travel information.