- Can I drive to the London Motor Show?
We recommend that you DO NOT drive to the London Motor Show as there is extremely limited parking in and around Battersea Park. It is easy to reach Battersea Park by public transport:
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.
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.
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.
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.
- What are the Show dates and opening hours?
General Public, press and trade*, Thursday 4th May, 2pm to 6pm.
General Public, Friday 5th May, 10am to 6pm.
General Public, Saturday 6th May, 10am to 6pm.
General Public, Sunday 7th May, 10am to 5pm.
*with valid press pass/ID proving employment in the motor trade industry
Please note that we will be operating bag searches upon entry.
- How much do tickets cost?
Tickets bought on the day will be £20. Please go to the ‘Book Tickets’ page for the current advanced online ticket rate.
Children aged 11 or under go free! (Maximum of two complimentary children per paying adult)
Trade tickets for Thursday 4th May, 2pm to 6pm, cost £12 (inclusive of VAT) – click here to purchase Trade tickets.
Press tickets for Thursday 4th of May, 2pm to 6pm, are free of charge with a valid press pass – please complete the press accreditation form (click here) to register for complimentary press entry.
- Can I buy tickets on the day?
We strongly advise you to purchase tickets in advance. In 2016 tickets SOLD OUT! Please don’t miss out.
- Can I bring my dog?
Only guide dogs are allowed in the venue.
- How much time should I allow to go round the show?
For a family of four we would recommend two hours.
- Is there disabled access and facilities?
The London Motor Show and its venue are fully accessible. If a disabled visitor is accompanied by a carer, the carer will be admitted for free on the same ticket.
- What kind of food and drink will be available?
The event offers catering options from gourmet street food to a seated café on the mezzanine. See what amazing food and drink is available HERE!
- Can my child attend without an adult?
We recommend that all children under the age of 16 attend with an adult, however children aged 14 or over may attend at their parents’ discretion. The London Motor Show is a large event and we cannot accept responsibility of every child.
- How can I contact the London Motor Show team?
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- Is there a cloakroom or buggy storage facilities?
The event does not have a cloakroom or any storage facilities for buggies or bags.
- Can I buy a car at the event?
Yes you can! Our broad range of exhibitors will help you make your dream car a reality.
- Does my ticket allow re-entry?
Tickets are only valid on the day stated upon the ticket.
- Can I hire a wheelchair at the event?
We recommend that you bring a wheelchair with you if required. There are limited wheelchairs available at the event for emergencies.