Farnborough is conveniently located south-west of London and is served by strong national and international travel links. Travel to Farnborough in just 35 minutes by train from London Waterloo or access the venue by car from the M3 and enjoy free parking on site.
If you’re walking or running to the show (#runsome) then please use Gate B when you arrive at the venue. (You might also be interested in signing our petition to encourage the government to include running in its £2bn active travel plan).
Should you decide to travel by car, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is located just off the A325, accessible from the M3 (J4) and A31.
From here follow signs for event car parking and use Gate F. Parking is free, and there is space for up to 3,500 cars.
Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is within easy reach of four stations – Farnborough Main, Farnborough North, North Camp and Aldershot.
Farnborough Main is served by South West Trains and sits on a mainline to London Waterloo. With up to six trains per hour and journey times as fast as 34 minutes, getting to Farnborough by train is a very fast and easy option. Farnborough Main station is 1.5 miles from the venue and just 5 minutes by taxi. Further information about the facilities at the station is available on the National Rail website.
Farnborough North and North Camp are served by First Great Western and located within a 10-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at these stations is available on the National Rail website.
Aldershot is served by South West Trains and offers direct services to London Waterloo and Guildford. The station is a ten-minute taxi ride from the venue. Further information about the facilities at the station is available on the National Rail website.
All stations are wheelchair accessible.
There will be free shuttle buses running to and from Farnborough Main and Farnborough North to the venue from 8am onwards each day.
If you choose to walk or run from the train station then you will need to use Gate B to access the show.
For further information see https://www.farnborough.com/visitor/venue-information/getting-here/