How can I travel to the International Convention Centre, Birmingham?

As part of our initiatives towards a greener future we encourage our event attendees, suppliers, exhibitors, sponsors and staff to travel using public transport. 

By Train

If you are travelling by train you will find three stations to choose from, all in the city centre, and all just a short walk from the ICC with New Street Station being the closest. To stay up to date with the latest travel updates visit the ICC website here:

By Foot

With a wealth of landmarks along the way walking from the city centre to the ICC offers the most scenic route. From New Street head up to Victoria Square and follow the signs to Centenary Square, the ICC and Utilita Arena Birmingham. Enter Cenetary Square and walk straight towards the ICC passing the Library of Birmingham and Rep Theatre. There are two videos on the ICC website showing more information on the quick route and the scenic route to the venue:

By Car

If you are unable to travel by public transport and are travelling by car there is parking in the centre of the city for visitors.

The closest spaces are at their sister venue Utilita Arena Birmingham (King Edward’s Road, B1 2AA). Further guidance on parking will be issued nearer to the time for those who let us know on their registration they will be driving to the conference.

Visitors arriving by car will need to be aware of Birmingham's Clean Air Zone. The ICC and associated visitor car parks are located within this area. Daily charges apply to vehicles entering the zone which do not comply with the zone's criteria. For further information, and to check if your car is Clean Air Zone compliant, please click here.