For further information on exhibiting contact Lucy Findlay, Event Director.
ExCeL is London’s largest exhibition venue, steeped in commercial history and with excellent transport links it’s no surprise ExCeL is a figurative giant in the exhibition industry – as well as being a literal giant building. It offers an abundance of flexible spaces and services including 22 restaurants on site and eight hotels.
ExCeL London is right in the heart of London’s historic Royal Docks, just ten minutes from Canary Wharf and 12 minutes from the City. Easily accessible with the Elizabeth Line.
Buckingham palace is one of the last remaining palaces in the world, it’s the administrative headquarters of the monarch of the United Kingdom. The palace is in the center of London and is easy access to get to, it’s a very popular tourist site and is very close to many other popular tourist attractions.
The National Portrait Gallery has recently been opened to the public after reconstruction and development. You can now observe the grand history of portraiture art, that showcases a variety of traditional and contemporary portraits. Tickets are available at a reasonable price and are worth the cultural experience.
Big Ben – this world-famous landmark is worth a look! Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the Great Clock of Westminster, at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. It’s an engineering/architectural masterpiece, great to observe from the outside as well as the inside.
The London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel and the most popular paid tourist site in the UK, where you will get a brilliant view of the city and a once in a lifetime experience!
Explore the Tower of London, which has a rich history dating back to the 11th century. If you get hungry you can eat at one of the restaurants/cafes on the ground floors to satisfy your hunger, including the New Armouries Café and the Raven café plus more.
Need a breath of fresh air? Why not take a stroll through Hyde Park? One of London’s largest and most beautiful parks. Hyde Park is filled with historic sites and beautiful works of art, starting with the Grand Entrance. The Wellington Arch features iconic columns, bronze and iron features and a frieze of naval and military triumphal processions that create a majestic transition into the park.
The sexy Fish is a prestigious bar/restaurant known for its traditional Asian delicacies, Located in Mayfair. It’s an art-filled setting and a popular place to go for a night out. They serve Japanese – inspired sushi, seafood, fish, meat and more. The sexy fish is arguably the most prime spot in the whole of London, it’s worth a visit.
Sky Garden is London’s highest public garden – a vibrant social space with 360-degree views of the city’s iconic skyline. Here, you can experience London from a spectacular viewpoint. Enjoy lush greenery, exquisitely landscaped gardens, observation decks, and an open-air terrace. Access to the Sky Garden is free of charge, but spaces are limited and visits must be booked three weeks advance.