With a dedicated Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station, easy access to the London Underground (Jubilee line), parking for 3,700 cars and London City Airport on its doorstep, getting to ExCeL London couldn't be easier.
For more information on planning your journey visit the official ExCeL Travel Planner.
By train, tube or DLR
ExCeL London is well connected with the rail network and is reached easily by train, tube and DLR.
Click here to plan your journey by train, tube and DLR.
Please note that Custom House DLR Station is currently closed. For Food Matters Live, please alight at Prince Regent Station and follow the signs to Hall S2.
ExCeL London is located in Zone 3. London Underground tickets are valid on the DLR.
ExCeL London is easily accessible by car with easy access from the M25, M11, A406 and A13.
To plan your journey, please visit www.streetmap.co.uk.
ExCeL London's postcode is E16 1XL. If you are using Sat-Nav, please use the postcode E16 1DR.
There is onsite parking for 3,700 cars including over 2,000 spaces located directly beneath the venue and 158 disabled parking spaces. For detailed information on parking facilities please click here.
The venue is located outside the Congestion Charge Zone. All onsite parking is pay and display, with the exception of the Royal Victoria multi-storey car park which is pay on exit.
For more information visit the ExCeL website.
London City Airport is located 5 minutes from ExCeL London by car or taxi. In addition, the DLR links the airport and ExCeL London, via Canning Town. Frequent and direct shuttle buses run from Canary Wharf and Canning Town, to and from the airport.
For more information visit ExCeL London's interactive flight map or www.londoncityairport.com.
By river or cable car
The Emirates Air Line cable car connects ExCeL London and North Greenwich underground station and The O2 (5 minutes). Alternatively, Thames Clipper river boat services run frequently from The O2 to all major London piers, including Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Tower, London Bridge, Embankment and Waterloo.
For further information on travel by river and cable car please click here.