Where you can find travel information on how to get to ICE London and exclusive accommodation deals for the ICE community.
Plan your Journey to ICE London by using this interactive map.
Reasons to choose the Elizabeth Line
Choose from one of the 12 trains an hour, the full capacity on each train is 1,500 people
Quicker journey times will allow you to spend more time at the event, which will allow you to have extra time for networking, meetings and learning.
Travel in comfort with modern carriages that have wifi and air-conditioning
Easier access to London’s world-renowned cultural hotspots- such as theatre and sport
Direct links for national rail travel: Farringdon for Thameslink services- Paddington for Reading, Oxford and the whole of the South West- and Liverpool Street for the East of England.
Improved travel connections for International Visitors due to the direct 43min train from Heathrow to ExCel.
How to get to ICE London
Private companies operate the trains within the UK. Depending where you depart from will determine which service to use. Rail tickets can be booked via the following two links:
If you are travelling from Brussels, Amsterdam or Paris then it might be easier to get the Eurostar, with regular trains running to St Pancras International. Visit their website for bookings and more information.
DLR (Docklands Light Railway):
The DLR is part of the London Underground network. The ExCel Centre has two stations serviced by the DLR; Custom House for ICE London and Prince Regent for ICE VOX.
The Elizabeth Line is the fastest route to ExCeL London with direct trains from London Heathrow, Paddington, and several central London destinations (more information on this page). The Jubilee Line and the DLR are alternative routes to ExCel London. If you are travelling on the Jubilee line from Central London then you will need to alight at Canning town and then get a Beckton-bound DLR train for the quick two stop journey to ExCel ( Custom House for ICE London and Prince Regent for ICE VOX)
If you are driving from the west to ExCeL then put this postcode into your satnav: E16 1XL
If you are driving from the east to ExCeL then put this postcode into your satnav: E16 1FR
Parking is available for cars, transit vans and minibuses up to 3.5T.
You can download the ExCeL Parking Map here
There are about 2,000 parking spaces located underneath the venue that operates on a first-come, first-served basis, using pay and display. Parking costs £20 for up to 24 hours.
Motorcycle parking however is free and cannot be pre-booked.
Clearly marked disabled parking bays are available.
Please note, from 25 October 2021, the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) includes ExCeL London. Please visit https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/check-your-vehicle/ to check whether your vehicle is subject to ULEZ charge.
London City Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.londoncityairport.com
Gatwick Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.gatwickairport.com
Heathrow Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.heathrow.com
Stanstead Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.stanstedairport.com
Luton Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.london-luton.co.uk
Southend Airport: To find out more about bookings and flight times visit: www.southendairport.com