How to get there

Information on how to get to the WARWICKSHIRE EXHIBITION CENTRE


When driving to the Warwickshire Event Centre please use the postcode CV31 1XN.

The venue directional signage will direct you to the visitor car park entrance which is off the Southam Road (A425).

Please do not follow SatNav instructions on your approach to the venue as there is no entry for visitors at the Fosse Way entrance, all visitors must enter the site from the Southam Road entrance off the A425.

The Visitor Entrance is off the A425 Southam Road.
Please follow the signs directing you to the VISITOR ENTRANCE.

The Exhibitor Entrance is off the B4455 the Fosse Way.
Please follow the signs directing you to the FOSSE WAY ENTRANCE.

Visitors to WEC can enjoy a day out taking advantage of the WEC excellent disabled and child friendly facilities, on site restaurant and ample FREE parking. There is also a cash machine available for those extra special spider purchases..

For those travelling to the venue why not explore what else the area has to offer? They are close to regency town Leamington Spa, historic Warwick and Shakespeare’s Stratford Upon Avon. Coventry, with its famous cathedrals, is also on their doorstep and shopper’s paradise Birmingham and the beautiful Cotswolds are only a stone’s throw away. We are Easily accessible from all parts of the UK –

Sat Nav CV31 1XN.

Driving to the Exhibition


Drive times………….
Birmingham – 45 minutes
London – 1 hour 30 minutes
Manchester – 1 hour 45 minutes
Liverpool – 2 hours
Bristol – 2 hours
Leeds – 2 hours 15 minutes

Parking at the event is FREE to all visitors and exhibitors.

By Bus To the Exhibition


From Leamington Spa the local Stagecoach Buses numbers 63 and 64  run to the WEC. Call 0870 608 2608 for more details.

bus_timetable  (CLICK HERE for Bus Timetable)


By Rail to the Exhibition

An artist's rendering depicts Amtrak's new high-speed "Acela" train. Amtrak took the wraps off the nation's first high-speed rail system Tuesday March 9, 1999, a $2 billion service that will race between Boston, New York and Washington at 150 mph. The new trains are scheduled to start running in October along tracks that Amtrak currently uses for its Northeast Corridor service. (AP Photo/Amtrak)Leamington Spa Station is the nearest railway station that serves the venue with direct links from London and Birmingham stations. From there it is a 5 minute taxi ride or a little longer on the bus. London is just 1 hour away. Direct rail services are available from Birmingham, Coventry, North East, North West, South East and South West.

By Air to the Exhibition


Birmingham International, the largest airport in the midlands, is only 30 minutes away with direct rail links to Birmingham, Coventry and Leamington Spa. Also the newly developed Coventry Airport is 6 miles drive.