Ground Floor 320 - 1000
First Floor 700 - 3000
Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose events space and music venue located in the heart of Westfield London development.
A stunning Victorian structure first built in 1899,it was originally used as the engine house for Central London Railways. This 2 leveled venue is able to host up to 3000 guests and was used as the location for the Acme Factory in iconic cult classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’.
Exhibition London is also within walking distance to Underground stations Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush Market and White City, as well as Shepherd’s Bush National Rail station, making it easily accessible from across the city.
The event space stands across two floors; the Ground Floor comprising the entrance foyer, reception space and four additional rooms and the main event area, situated on the First Floor, with 775 sq metres of uninterrupted floor space and a flexible stage. A dynamic and adaptable environment with multiple spaces, Exhibition London is an ideal choice for conferences, exhibitions, award dinners, product launches, location filming and live music events.
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