MEMORABILIA @ NEC Birmingham
The Second stop on the 'Cosplay Roadshow' will be at the NEC in Birmingham.
Sunday 22nd November 200911am to 4pm
National Exhibition Centre
Some of whats going on:
*DDR UK - will be bringing along 2 full size arcade DDR machines plus fighting and music console games
Just to be going on with :)
The NEC is situated adjacent to Birmingham International Rail Station.
Depending on your origin station you can travel directly by train to The NEC by alighting at Birmingham International.
If your point of origin does not provide a service directly to Birmingham International you will need to travel to Birmingham New Street first and get a connecting train from there.
National Rail: National rail
The NEC is situated 8 miles East of Birmingham city centre; its central location ensures it is at the hub of the UK motorway network.
Visitors from any direction can travel to The NEC site directly using the following motorways - M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42.
The NEC is signposted on motorways and major roads and is marked on most good maps.
If you are travelling by car, we recommend that you allow plenty of time for your journey.
M6 Toll: As a free flowing alternative to the M6, the M6 Toll offers reliably shorter journey times through the West Midlands.
It runs between Junctions 4 and 11 of the M6, and there is easy access to The NEC from Junction T1 of the toll road.
If you are using a satellite navigation system please enter the postcode B40 1NT to pinpoint the NEC.
Please be aware that the Sat Nav system will not direct you into an onsite car park. Please follow the clearly signposted directions once in the vicinity of the venue.
On your arrival at The NEC, traffic officers will direct you to the most convenient parking area for the MEMORABILIA/COSPLAY ROADSHOW event, however being such a large site with a number of entrances,
The NEC can be reached by a number of local bus services. If you are travelling to The NEC from Birmingham city centre there are two route options.
The 900 service leaves from Moor Street Interchange and has a daytime frequency of 20 minutes. The 900 will drop you at Birmingham International Station with a journey time of approximately 31 minutes.
The 38 service leaves from Moor Street Interchange hourly, it has a journey time of approximately one hour. The 38 will drop you off at Birmingham International Station.