National Exhibition Centre (NEC)
|Tuesday 10th April||10:00 - 16:00|
|Wednesday 11th April||10:00 - 16:00|
|Thursday 21th April||10:00 - 15:30|
Getting to the NEC
The NEC is in the perfect location for car travel - 8 miles east of Birmingham city centre, and at the heart of the UK motorway network. More information.
By Bus & Coach
Coach services are operated by National Express and Megabus, with over 120 daily services from across the UK to Birmingham Airport. From here you can get to the NEC in minutes on the free air-rail link. More information.
The NEC is right next to Birmingham International rail station. You can get to any of our halls quickly and conveniently, without having to step outside! The NEC entrance is on the right hand side as you exit the station, and clearly signposted. More information.
The NEC is just minutes away from Birmingham Airport (BHX) – which is very handy for international visitors and those on UK internal flights! From the airport, simply take the free and fast Air-Rail Link to Birmingham International railway station and then it’s just a short walk to our entrance. More information.
With 16,500 spaces available there is plenty of room for you. Follow the electronic signage or directions provided by The NEC traffic team to get you to the right car park area for your event. Once you've parked you can either take a free shuttle bus or walk to the halls using our sign posted footpaths. More Information.
Food and Drink
The NEC food and beverage is operated by Amadeus, part of the NEC Group of companies and there is plenty of great food available to you during your visit. Amadeus work with a number of service partners to give you the best selection in food and drink when visiting the NEC. The selection includes: JD Wetherspoons, Subway, Starbucks, Pasty Presto, The Oak Kitchen, Jimmy Spices The Damn Fine Sandwich Company and FCB Artisan Espresso Bars. More Information.
Further information can be found on the NEC My Visit website.
A map of the NEC site is available here.