Watch this video to see the measures that will be in place when you visit LAMMA on 25th & 26th May 2021.
More details will be provided in the coming weeks to both our visitors and our exhibitors.
National Exhibition Centre,
LAMMA show held on Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th May at the NEC, is the UK’s leading agricultural machinery, equipment and technology show attracting over 40,000 visitors.
LAMMA’21, which continues to offer free entry and car parking, will build on the event’s reputation as the most diverse and innovative machinery, equipment and services show, covering all sectors of the farming industry under one roof.
With 11 halls packed with new ideas and cutting-edge equipment - the event will provide a key platform for exhibitors to introduce ground-breaking innovations to the market.
The event will stay true to its roots, attracting not just the large companies but also hosting smaller agricultural engineering and machinery companies from across the UK, ensuring a fantastic array of products to suit all sectors of the industry, whatever your budget.
Parking is free for the event and you’ll find the NEC clearly signposted from all motorways and major routes including the M42, M40 and M6 - just put B40 1NT in your sat nav. Once you arrive at the NEC don’t follow your satnav, look out for LAMMA show on the signs. Once parked up, there'll be a free shuttle bus waiting for you to take you directly to the show entrance, or alternatively walk along the signposted footpaths.
Keep up to date with what’s happening on the roads – plan your journey in advance and find out the latest traffic information when you’re here, available on Highways England’s website.
Birmingham International train station is located within the NEC with direct services all day. Connecting trains from Birmingham New Street are less than a 15-minute journey away.
For all events at the NEC, Virgin Trains offer a special 20% off Advance tickets fares until December 8th , more information and to book your tickets can be found here.
Please note, Virgin Trains will no longer be operating the West Coast Mainline service after 8th December 2019. From this date onwards, it will be operated by First Trenitalia.
20% off advanced ticket fares offer will still be valid on all advance ticket bookings made up to and including 8th December 2019, even if travel is after the 8th December operator switch over.
If you're looking to use the bus route or coaches, there are numerous options from within the West Midlands area, find out what routes you could take here. There is also a free direct air-rail link to the NEC from Birmingham Airport.
There are numerous clearly marked taxi ranks and the NEC have teamed up with TOA taxis to offer a convenient service, find out more here.