The UK’s Top Exhibition Venues - N-Z
Fasten up your seatbelts as we prepare to take you on yet another whistle-stop tour of the UK’s biggest and best exhibition venues. Don’t be afraid to set your sites a little further away from home in 2020.
Whether you need a large trailer, a Luton van or a 7.5-tonne lorry, it’s our job here at Glass Shed Exhibition Stand Design in London to ensure your stand arrives safely and to carefully unload all the components to assemble it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
All you need to focus on is your route and snacks for the journey! We already took you from A-M so buckle up as we continue on or journey through the UK taking in the sites from N-Z.
More Top UK Exhibition Venues
North, South, East and West, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to fantastic exhibition venues here in the UK. Most are conveniently located within easy proximity of our transport network so whether you’re arriving by plane, train or automobile, it should be plain sailing! Let’s take a look at the hot spots you need to know about on the exhibition scene.
Formerly known as the G Mex, Manchester Central is arguably one of the most iconic sights in this vibrant and dynamic city. It’s a popular space that has over 40 different meeting spaces catering for up to 10,000 delegates. Boasting a purpose-built auditorium that can seat 804 people, it’s conveniently located just 20 minutes away from Manchester’s international airport.
The O2 may well be one of the largest concert venues in the UK and also home to a whole to a range of fabulous eateries and drinking spots. But it also hosts a series fo conferences and exhibitions throughout the year. If you’re feeling brave then you can make an exhibition of yourself by climbing London’s superstar attraction. Discover a whole different side to London with 360-degree views highlighting landmarks up to 15 miles away. As long as you’ve picked a clear day.
Owned and operated by ASM Global, this popular concert and exhibition centre in Newcastle was opened back in 1995 and hosted David Bowie as it’s inaugural concert. The Arena and management have a strong affinity and commitment to supporting the entire North East region. The venue enjoys the very best in conferencing and entertainment facilities thanks to its fabulous 40,000 sq metre site.
The NEC in Birmingham is regularly voted the UK’s most popular exhibition centre and it’s easy to see why. It was officially opened over 40 years ago by HM The Queen in 1976. Since then it’s significantly grown both in size and reputation and today has 18 exhibition halls compared to it’s original 7. Besides all that, there are now an additional 32 conference suites as well as a plethora of outdoor spaces to explore. The flexible spacing on offer can cater for up to 500 different events a year, welcoming 2.4 million guests.
Home to a host of inspirational events and conferences, Olympia London hosts regular events through the year. One of the most popular and iconic being The Ideal Home Show. It currently hosts over 200 events each year and is easily accessible by public transport and road, with Kensington Olympia Overground directly opposite the entrance.
Located in the popular Scottish city of Glasgow, the SEC hosts hundreds of varied conferences and exhibitions every year. It also has its own four-star hotel conveniently located on-site. It offers world-class conference facilities in a stunning riverside location, situated just minutes from Scotland’s cultural capital.
As well as being the home to arts in Wales and what they like to describe as a cauldron of creativity, the Wales Millennium Centre also plays host to some of the world’s best events and exhibitions. It’s currently home to no less than eight cultural organisations which includes the Welsh National Opera.
Planning on exhibiting at one of the UK’s most popular exhibition venues this year? Then get in touch with Glass Shed Exhibition Stand Design in London today. We offer a range of custom-built stand design services to help you make a real exhibition of yourself.