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The Earls Court Exhibition Centre opened on the 1st of September 1937 is an exhibition centre, conference and event venue located in west London in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is the largest exhibition venue in central London. Two underground stations Earl’s Court and West Brompton serve Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Earl’s Court was also a venue for the 1948 Olympics hosting boxing preliminaries, wrestling, weightlifting and gymnastics.
Earls Court is situated in the Royal Borough of Chelsea and Kensington which is just south west of the city of London, the area once considered the 'ugly sister' of Chelsea and Kensington and which was once synonymous with immigrant populations has undergone gentrification into a most desirable part of London with an abundance of local attractions, trendy bars and pubs, excellent shops and modern architecture. This change was essentially due to the quickly rising house prices and it's proximity to the centre of London as well as its excellent transport links.
Earls Court is rich in recent history and culture making it a wonderful location to use as a base camp when holidaying in London with the rest of London just a short bus or tube ride away
Nearest Tube: Earl’s Court is the recommended London Underground station for this venue. The Piccadilly line runs to the venue from central London, London Heathrow Airport and north-west London. The District line serves the venue from central London, Paddington, Wimbledon, Ealing Broadway and Richmond.
Buses: See Transport for London
Train and Overground: West London Line services run to West Brompton station from Milton Keynes, Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction. However, there is limited service and station capacity at West Brompton
Opening Hours: dependent
Website:Earls Court Exhibition Centre