Locations in the category : Exhibition venues

Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace was built on a hill in Muswell Hill in North London in 1873 as a public entertainment centre. It is now a conference centre operated by a charitable trust. It was nicknamed “The People’s Palace” or “Ally...

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Westminster Central Hall

Westminster Central Hall, Westminster Methodist Hall or Methodist Central Hall Westminster is a building in London, England. It is situated on Victoria Street, just off Parliament Square, next to the Elizabeth II Conference Centre and facing Westminster Abbey. It...

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Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre is a conference centre in London, England. It is located right in the heart of the city, a minute’s walk from the Palace of Westminster. The building dates from the mid 20th century...

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ExCeL Exhibition Centre

The ExCeL Exhibition Centre is a large purpose built exhibition centre situated in the Royal Docks area of London’s redeveloped Docklands. The centre opened in November 2000 and its name is formed from the words Exhibition, Centre and London....

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Olympia

Olympia is an exhibition centre in London, United Kingdom, in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It opened in the 19th century and was originally known as the National Agricultural Hall. Erected in 1886, by Andrew Handyside of...

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Business Design Centre

The Business Design Centre is an exhibition centre on Upper Street in the district of Islington in London, England. It occupies a Grade II listed building formerly known as the Royal Agricultural Hall, which opened in c.1861 (but the...

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Earls Court

The Earls Court Exhibition Centre is located in West London on the boundary between the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham. Earls Court hosts many shows and exhibitions throughout the year, including the Ideal Home...

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Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre
The South Bank is the area in London on the southern bank of the River Thames near Waterloo station that houses a number of important cultural buildings/institutions. It was the site of the 1951 Festival of Britain, which proposed...

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