Alexandra Palace, London

Alexandra Palace is one of the most historic palaces in the country. It's survived two fires, housed refugees in WW1,  was the birthplace of BBC broadcasting and was used as a transmitter to decoy enemy aircraft in WW2.
If anyone can handle the mayhem of The Great British Tattoo Show, we reckon it's here!


There are 1,500 free parking spaces on site. The map of Alexandra Palace can be found here.

Rail & Underground

Easy access via rail and tube, either Wood Green Tube Station or Alexandra Palace Railway Station.
You can use the W3 bus for free from either of these stations taking you up the hill to the doorstep of our convention at the Alexandra Palace Palm Court entrance.


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