The W Exhibition and Elements will take place on 30 September till 3 October 2018
The NEC is located in the middle of the UK, eight miles east of Birmingham city centre.
Visitors from any direction can travel to The NEC site directly using the following motorways – M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42. SatNav users should input the postcode B40 1NT.
The NEC is adjacent to Birmingham International Rail Station. If your point of origin does not provide a service directly to Birmingham International you will need to travel to Birmingham New Street first and get a connecting train from there.
Virgin Trains are offering a 25% discount off Advance fares to passengers travelling to the NEC. For more information, click here
The official accommodation supplier for the W Exhibition is being managed by Zibrant and HotelMap. If you would like assistance with your hotel booking, you can contact Zibrant, the dedicated hotel adviser for this event at Sarah@zibrant.com - Send them your requirements, phone number and Event Reference Code MWDNT and they will get back to you with hotel options - You can also contact Zibrant, seven days a week, on +44 (0) 207 870 4100.
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Phone: +44 (0) 207 870 4100
Information for Disabled Visitors
The NEC offers good access for the disabled. All levels of the NEC are accessible to wheelchair uses via ramps or lifts. The Piazza and Atrium main entrances have automatic doors. For vehicles displaying blue badges, parking spaces are situated near to the main entrances. Additional parking is also available in the main car parks, and these are serviced by shuttle buses which are accessible to wheelchair users.
The NEC's service partner, Bartram's (Tel: 01353 778756), operate a mobility equiptment hire service. Stock can be pre-booked before the event. Manual wheelchairs are free of charge to blue badge holders, £5 per day to other visitors. Electric scooters are £15 per day for all visitors.
Visitor parking is available at the NEC for £12, which includes transfer to the NEC exhibition centre. For more information, please visit the NEC website