Birmingham is at the hub of the UK motorway network, enabling visitors to travel directly from the M6, M1, M40 and M42.
The NEC has its own on-site car park with 16,500 spaces (parking is chargeable by the venue) and a free shuttle bus service running to the exhibition hall. Discounts are available if you book your car parking in advance, find out more here: www.thenec.co.uk/visitors/parking.
If you are travelling by car, enter B40 1NT into your Sat Nav.
The NEC is served by Birmingham International station, connected by a covered bridgelink. London is only 90 minutes away and trains also run direct from many regional towns and cities.
Show visitors and exhibitors are entitled to 20% off train travel to the venue with the NEC's Travel Partners Avanti West Coast.
Simply book your journey to the NEC using the link below and the 20% discount will be automatically applied to your booking: www.avantiwestcoast.co.uk/nec.
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 on the train). So, please make sure you have your exhibitor/visitor passes or email confirmation with you.
You can book your train tickets up to 12 weeks prior to the show date. Unfortunately you can't get the tickets if it's less than 24 hours before you're due to travel so remember to book in advance.
More than 20 international airlines serve Birmingham International Airport, which is conveniently situated a few minutes from The NEC. Together they provide scheduled flights from 34 destinations in the UK.
For more information on travelling to the NEC, visit the NEC Website.
Click here to get directions.