How to get to the London Motor Show

The London Motor Show takes place within leafy Battersea Park in South West London and is very easy to reach via public transport. As there is extremely limited parking in and around Battersea Park, we strongly recommend that you do not drive to the Show.

Venue address: Battersea Evolution (off of North Carriage Drive), Battersea Park, London, (click to view in Google Maps)

THE BEST PARK GATE ENTRANCE IS NEXT TO CHELSEA BRIDGE ON QUEENSTOWN ROAD (leading directly to North Carriage Drive within the park)

Scroll down below the map for directions to the show via public transport.

Map

Getting to the Show…

By bus

The closest bus stops are located just outside the park’s Chelsea Gate (next to Chelsea Bridge). ‘Battersea Park Chelsea Gate’ stop CC (traveling southbound) and stop CJ (traveling northbound) are both an 8 minute walk to The London Motor Show via North Carriage Drive within Battersea Park.

By train

The closest train stations are Battersea Park (15 minute walk) and Queenstown Road (17 minute walk), both located to the southeast of Battersea Park. Walk to The London Motor Show via East Carriage Drive within the park.

PLEASE NOTE Queenstown Road Station is closed on Sundays

By tube

The closest tube station is Sloane Square, from where you can take the 137 or 452 bus from bus stop ‘Sloan Square’ stop M, stopping at ‘Battersea Park Chelsea Gate’ stop CC. From the the park’s Chelsea Gate, The London Motor Show is an 8 minute walk via North Carriage Drive.

By taxi

If you are travelling by taxi, please advise your driver to take the Chelsea Gate entrance into Battersea Park (directly next to Chelsea Bridge). Battersea Evolution has a designated black taxi rank on event days.

 

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