At Nomadic we understand the pressure you are under once you sign up to exhibiting at a show. It takes a seasoned exhibitor to really know each venue to ensure a smooth exhibiting experience.
Here are some tips that may help you when you next exhibit at ExCeL, London.
Once you have chosen your exhibition stand designer and contractor you will need to decide if you are going to set the display stand up yourself or if you want it to be installed. Many stand suppliers are able to offer cost-effective, portable displays that can easily be set up to avoid extra labour costs. However, if you have a large space or you are short on time you may want to consider asking your supplier to set up and breakdown the stand for you.
Easy Exhibition Display Solutions
Using an experienced team, like us at Nomadic will certainly remove the stress out of exhibiting, we are familiar with ExCeL London and can help you save time, worry and make you stand out from the crowd.
Exhibition Stands Design
We help you plan and design your exhibition space, help you focus on your objectives and create a high impact stand to attract attention. We offer solutions to meet all budgets and look at your whole events calendar to see where you can reuse your display or reconfigure for other shows and events.
Once you have a trade show booth design you love we will project manage the production, show services and installation of your stand. After the show, we are also able to store your stand in our secure storage facility.
Use our experience and contact us for more information or a Free Stand Design.
How do I get to ExCeL, London
Whether you are travelling by road, rail or air, there are superb transport links to ExCel, London. However, public transport is highly recommended.
What zone is ExCeL London in?
ExCel London is in Zone 3
What is ExCel London’s nearest Tube?
ExCeL London’s nearest station is Custom House for ExCeL and is a Docklands Light Railway train (DLR) part of the London Underground network.
How do I get to ExCeL by train or tube?
Use the Jubilee Line and DLR to get to ExCeL. From Canning Town on the Jubilee Line, change on to a DLR train towards Beckton and it is just two stops to Custom House for ExCeL (for the West Entrance) or Prince Regent for ExCel (for the East Entrance).
There is a covered walkway from the station to the entrance and takes just a couple of minutes to walk.
The DLR and Jubilee Line can be connected via many London Overground stations.
Driving to ExCeL London
If you are driving please use the following postcodes in your Sat Nav
E16 1XL for the West Entrance or E16 1FR for the East Entrance
ExCeL London is also well signposted
Is Parking Free at ExCeL London?
No, parking is not free – use this link to pre-book parking to guarantee a space https://parking.excel.london/.
Use this parking map of ExCeL to help you plan your visit. https://www.excel.london/uploads/parkingmap.pdf
Travelling by Air to ExCeL London
From London City – London City Airport is located very close to ExCeL London – just a short 10-minute taxi ride or 15 minutes by Public Transport.
From Gatwick – Use Thameslink trains to London Bridge and connect to the Jubilee Line and DLR to Custom House.
From Heathrow – Use the Piccadilly line and connect to the Jubilee Line and DLR to Custom House.
What is there to do near ExCeL London?
As ExCeL is well connected by London transport it is easy to access most of London but there are a wide variety of hotel and restaurants close to the venue to suit all budgets. Use popular travel and review sites to explore all the available options or look at the after-hours link on the ExCel London site. https://www.excel.london/visitor/after-hours
So, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your leisure time!