The NEC is situated adjacent to Birmingham International station and linked via a pedestrian walkway.

Depending on your origin station you can travel directly by train to the NEC by alighting at Birmingham International. If your point of origin does not provide a service directly to Birmingham International you will need to travel to Birmingham New Street first (approximately 10-15 minutes from Birmingham International Station) and get a connecting train from there. For further information on travelling by train to Birmingham International Station, please contact National Rail Enquiries.


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Once off the train

Once you have arrived at Birmingham International Rail Station take the stairs or lift from any platform up to the station interchange. The entrance to the NEC bridgelink is situated on the right hand side of the interchange and is clearly signposted. Continue walking along the bridge- link until you reach the entrance to The NEC.


Plane Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is just minutes away from the NEC...

Birmingham airport


The NEC is situated 8 miles east of Birmingham city centre; its central location ensures it is at the hub of the UK motorway network... 



Train You can travel directly by train to The NEC by alighting at Birmingham International...

National Rail


Coach The National Express coach terminal is located in Digbeth in Birmingham city centre...

National Express