By train or by underground
All the major UK cities are connected to London by train and once you are in the capital city, the London Underground Jubilee Line is the quickest route towards ExCeL. At Canning Town Station alight and change onto a Beckton-bound DLR Train (Docklands Light Railway) to ExCeL.
There are two DLR Stations onsite: Custom House (at the West Entrance of ExCeL) and Prince Regent (at the East Entrance of ExCeL). From either station it is a two minute walk under a covered walkway to the venue. Follow the WTM London signs into the venue. The Docklands Light Railway is part of the London Underground Network and there are 12 trains an hour towards Beckton.
ExCeL London is located in Zone 3.
There is plenty of parking at ExCeL London with 3,070 parking spaces. Parking is a £15 flat tariff for up to 24 hours. Traveling by car in Central and East London can be subject to delays, particularly around rush hour so please plan ahead and leave plenty of time to make your journey.
Sat Nav postcodes:
E16 1XL – for the West Entrance – when travelling via the Blackwell Tunnel, Limehouse Link, A12 and Central London
E16 1FR – for the East Entrance when travelling from the M11, A13 or from the East
London City Airport is closest to ExCeL (less than a mile) and has flights to and from Europe and beyond. It is also possible to fly to any of London’s other five airports and continue your journey onward to ExCeL by public transport.
Enjoy a different view of London from the river or the air on your journey to ExCeL. Take an MBNA Thames Clipper (services run every 20 minutes) from one of the main London piers. Alight at North Greenwich Pier (for the O2) and take the Emirates Airline Cable Car across the river to ExCeL (see By Cable Car below).
ExCeL London is located close to the cycle superhighway which runs from Barking to Tower Gateway (Route CS3). At the venue there are 54 cycle racks at the East Entrance and 6 at the West Entrance.