How to get there
ExCeL London is served by two Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stations, which span the full 600-metre length of the venue. The western entrance is directly linked to Custom House for ExCeL station and serves the Platinum Suite, the event halls and is located next to the iconic glass pyramid.
From 2018 the western entrance of ExCeL will also be served by the Elizabeth Line, better known as Crossrail, connecting the venue to central London in just 12 minutes and providing a direct link to Heathrow Airport.
The eastern entrance is connected to Prince Regent station and serves the International Convention Centre (ICC at ExCeL), which was opened in 2010 and is the London's first and currently only ICC. During major shows with large visitor attendances, extra shuttle trains are run between the venue and Canning Town station, with interchange at Canning Town station to London Underground's Jubilee line. ExCeL London is located near London City Airport station. The DLR and a number of dual-carriageway roads connect the centre to the airport and the important nearby office-and-commercial district of Canary Wharf. Since June 2012, the Emirates Air Line cable car now links ExCeL to The O2 on the Greenwich Peninsula.