At Nomadic, we understand the pressure you are under once you sign up to exhibit at a show.  It takes a seasoned exhibitor to really know each venue to ensure a smooth exhibiting experience.

Here are some tips that may help you when you next exhibit at Olympia, London.

Once you have chosen your stand designer and contractor, you will need to decide if you are going to set the display stand up yourself or if you want it to be installed.  Many stand suppliers are able to offer a cost effective, portable display that can easily be set up to avoid extra labour costs.  However, if you have a large space or you are short on time you may want to consider asking your supplier to set up and breakdown the stand for you.

The entrance to Olympia Centre in London

Make it Easy

Using an experienced team, like our team at Nomadic Display, will certainly remove the stress out of exhibiting. Experienced teams are familiar with Olympia and can help you save time, worry and make you stand out from the crowd.

Plan and Design

At Nomadic Display we help you plan and design your exhibition space, help you focus on your objectives, and create a high impact stand to attract attention.  We offer solutions to meet all budgets and look at your whole events calendar to see where you can reuse your display or reconfigure for other shows and events.

Stress Free Exhibiting

Once you have a design you love we will project manage the production, show services and installation of your stand.  After the show we are also able to store your stand in our secure storage facility.

Use our experience and contact us for more information or for a Free Stand Design.

How do I get to Olympia London?

Whether you are traveling by road, rail or air, there are superb transport links to Olympia, London.  However, public transport is highly recommended.

How do I get to Olympia by train or tube?

Kensington Olympia is the closest overground station right next to the venue.  It’s just one stop from Shepherd’s bush (Central Line) or West Brompton (District Line) and is well connected from Clapham Junction.

It is a 9 minute walk from Barons Court on the Piccadilly Line.

Hammersmith is serviced by the Hammersmith and City Line and Circle Line and is a 15 minute walk or a 5 minute bus ride.

High Street Kensington on the Circle Line is a 4 minute bus ride or 12 minute walk.

How far is Olympia from Euston station?

It’s just 4 miles so it’s maybe worth getting a taxi.  If not, it takes 30-40 minutes via underground but is not direct or 25 minutes via the 27 Bus.

What buses run to Olympia London?

9 – runs to and from Aldwych and Hammersmith

23 – runs to and from Westbourne Park and Hammersmith

27 – runs to and from Chalk Farm and Turnham Green

28 – runs to and from Kensal Rise and Wandsworth

49 – runs to and from White City and Clapham Junction

391 – runs to and from Fulham and Richmond

N9, N23, N27, N28 also run a night service.

All stop within a few mins walk of the venue.

Driving to Olympia

The postcode for Olympia is – W14 8UX – so if you have a satnav it’s easy to find.   The venue is signposted and close to the M4 motorway.

Olympia London Parking

Parking at Olympia is limited but, you can pre book parking here

Travelling by Air to Olympia

From Gatwick – Simply jump on the 30 minute train from Gatwick to Clapham Junction. Then change onto the Overground, direct to Kensington (Olympia).

From Heathrow – The Piccadilly line goes straight to Heathrow directly to Baron’s Court. Then Olympia London is only a 5 minute bus ride, or 9 minute walk. Alternatively, take the Heathrow Express train to Paddington. Then travel to Hammersmith, using the Circle or Hammersmith & City Line.

From Stansted – Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street, the Central Line to Shepherd’s Bush and then take the overground one stop to Kensington (Olympia).

From City Airport – Take the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Bank and change to on the Central Line to Shepherd’s Bush and then take the overground one stop to Kensington (Olympia).

From Luton Airport – Take the train from Luton airport to St Pancras, change on to the Victoria Line to Oxford Circus and change on to the Central Line to Shepherd’s Bush and then take the overground one stop to Kensington (Olympia).

What is near Olympia London?

As Olympia is well connected by London transport it is easy to access most of London, but there are a wide variety of hotel and restaurants in the surrounding areas. Use popular travel and review sites to explore all the available options.

Kensington High Street offers good shopping and restaurants, while Portobello Road offers the market and cafes.

If you want to visit museums The Victoria and Albert, The Natural History and Science Museum are close by.

Holland Park offers an elegant green space for walking, woodland and outdoor recreation.

So there are plenty of ways to enjoy your leisure time!