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Olympia 2 London
London Olympia 2
Central London is the ideal location for the event due to its very strong potential exhibitor and visitor base within the immediate catchment area and its unrivalled accessibility.
Olympia has excellent facilities with easy access from Heathrow and Gatwick, all major railway stations and all major motorway routes, as well as its own dedicated underground and British Rail station.
Transport for London (TfL) have reduced the weekday tube service of the District Line to Kensington (Olympia) Station. For more information.
Olympia has its own dedicated railway station: Olympia - Kensington (Olympia). Turn left out of the exit of the station onto Olympia Way and follow signs for Olympia Grand Hall, Olympia National Hall, Olympia Two and Olympia Conference Centre.
For National Rail enquiries please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
You can also purchase rail tickets online at thetrainline.com
Olympia is served by the following bus routes
Hammersmith Road: 9, 10, 27, 28
Holland Road: 49
North End Road: 391
Please be advised that it is quicker and easier to travel to the venues by public transport.
directions to olympia
From M1/A1/M11/A10 take the A406 westbound to A4. Continue on A4 over Hammersmith Flyover, turn left onto the B317 (North End Road) and follow signs.
From M4/A4 follow directions as above.
From A3/M3 follow signs for central London, take Wandsworth or Putney Bridges.
From Wandsworth Bridge, turn left onto New Kings Road, turn right onto Fulham High Street, which becomes Fulham Palace Road. At Hammersmith roundabout turn right onto Hammersmith Road and follow signs.
From Putney Bridge, turn left onto Fulham Palace Road and follow directions as above.
From M2/M20/A2 follow signs to central London, take Blackfriars, London, Waterloo, Vauxhall, Southwark, Chelsea or Battersea Bridges, turn left along Embankment and follow signs.
From A12/A13 follow signs for central London towards Tower or London Bridge. Do not cross bridge, instead continue along Embankment and follow signs.
Earls Court and Olympia are easily accessible from London's four airports - Heathrow, Gatwick Stansted and City Airport - via underground and mainline rail services.
Take the Piccadilly line to Earls Court. For Olympia, change onto the District Line to Kensington Olympia.
Alternatively take the Heathrow Express to Paddington and change onto the District Line to Earls Court.
General enquiries 0870 0000 123
You can take the Gatwick Express to Victoria and change onto the District Line to Earls Court and Olympia.
Alternatively train services run through Clapham Junction where you can change onto a direct train to Earls Court or Kensington Olympia.
General enquiries 0870 000 2468
You can take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street and either take the central line to Holborn and change onto the Piccadilly line, or the Circle Line to Edgware Road and change onto the District Line to Earls Court.
General enquiries 0870 0000 303
Take the Docklands Light Railway from City Airport to Canning Town. Change onto the Jubilee Line Westbound to Westminster. At Westminster, change onto the District Line Westbound to Earls Court.
General enquiries: 020 7646 0088
For further information on the Learning Technologies conference please call +44 (0)1730 817600or email firstname.lastname@example.org