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The Queen Elizabeth II Centre boasts six floors of versatile space perfect for meetings, conferences, gala dinners and exhibitions. Its central location, in the heart of Westminster, makes it the ideal venue for international exhibitors and those of us who love exploring London.
The QEII Centre celebrated its 30th birthday in November 2019 and have hosted events such as the Trust Conference human rights event. With 2,000 m2 of exhibition space and a capacity of 1,300 delegates
You would struggle to find a more quintessentially British venue to host your event than this one. The QEII Centre’s individual spaces have been named after historic British icons. Plus the venue offers views of Big Ben and the London Eye.
London is a well-connected city, and the QEII Centre is no different.
There is parking available within walking distance of the QEII Centre, however spaces are limited and it is recommended you find other modes of transport or park outside of the area and travel by train.
If you are travelling by mainline trains, Charing Cross, London Victoria and London Waterloo are all located less than twenty minutes by foot. St. James’s Park and Westminster are the QEII Centre’s closest tube stations, both within a six minute walking distance.
Finally, there are five international airports within an hour of this exhibition venue. London is one of the best connected cities, so you should find it easy to reach the QEII Centre from wherever you are in the world.
The Queen Elizabeth II Centre was once a multiple occupancy building, housing several buildings and businesses. Right back in 1830’s it was occupied by both Her Majesty’s Stationary Office and Westminster Hospital.
Eventually, both business outgrew the QEII Centre and relocated to different parts of London. The government decided the best way of using this facility would be to transform it into a conference hall and government offices for their own use.
Despite the designs being drawn up, the redevelopment never took place. Then, in 1975, the site finally came out of limbo and the QEII Centre was designed and developed. Queen Elizabeth II opened the venue in 1986.
The Quadrant2Design team are big fans of the Queen Elizabeth II Centre. We’ve worked with loads of different clients there including:
This venue offers something special when it comes to exhibiting. Its history and location make it one of our favourites. We’ve built and installed exhibition stands at trade show such as:
All this experience has made us experts of the QEII Centre. Get through your exhibition stress free by using a contractor that know the venue inside and out… and can even recommend a good place for a glass of wine after your show.