Earls Court is said to be the largest venue situated in the West London neighboured. It has ample space to host exhibitions, music events, conferences, etc.
Earls Court was opened to the public in 1937. It is run by EC and O Venues. It is also the name of a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. The Earls Court Exhibition Centre is in this district. Earls Court is also popular as it is close to many of the popular places in London like the Kensington Gardens, Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, etc.
Earls Court has been known to host some of the popular events. The famous awards function like the Brit Awards was hosted in this very place. Earls Court had even hosted the 'Ideal Home Show'. Earls Court has been active in hosting sports activities as well. The Olympic Games of 1948 and 2012 were held at Earls Court.
The popularity of Earls Court grew so much that the space proved to be insufficient to host any events. Keeping in view this problem, Earls Court 2 was built to increase the capacity. At present the complex comprises of Earls Court 1 and 2, Museum Hall and Brompton Hall. Some of the buildings in the Earls Court complex are a reminder of the early and mid Victorian architectural style.
Nearest Tube Stations to reach Earls Court are-
1. Earls Court Tube Station
2. West Brompton Tube Station
1. Address & Postcode:- Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Road, London SW5 9TA
a. Phone:- +44 (0)20 7385 1200
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