National Conference Centre
The National Conference Centre boasts an impressive 4550m2 of fully flexible internal event space. This makes it ideal for a huge range of events including large-scale corporate conferences, awards dinners, exhibitions and charity balls as well as smaller meetings, more intimate dinner parties and even road shows, making great use of the 10,000m² external space.
There are 13 suites to choose from, for larger-scale events there is the Imperial and Britannia, and for smaller more intimate meetings there is the Wardroom and Crows Nest suite. The range of rooms makes it the ideal venue to host conference style events for up to 1400 delegates or gala dinners and awards for up to 1000 guests, and anything in between. All rooms have access to 200mbps of super fast Wi-Fi.
The National Conference Centre boasts state of the art technical equipment and has an on-site AV production team who are experienced in delivering a high level of service. With a team of dedicated event planning staff and its award winning kitchen brigade, the venue really does deliver a seamless customer focused service throughout all levels of the event experience.
With over 700 free car park spaces, as well as its central location and proximity to the country’s major road, rail and air networks, the National Conference Centre is the venue to host your next event.
We have recently rebranded - check out our new website: www.nationalconferencecentre.co.uk
- Yes (Complimentary)
- From £36
- From £145
Maximum Delegate Capacities
- < 1
Transport & Parking Facilities
700 plus Free Car Parking Spaces
NCC Summer Special
It was so popular last year we are doing it again!
Book your event at the NCC this Summer and get FREE ice lollies or ice creams at your afternoon break. All you have to do is quote our code "SUMMER19" when you book.
Official Star Ratings and Awards
5 - Star food hygiene rating
The National Motorcycle Museum is also home to the largest collection of British Motorcycles in the world. We have more than 850 exhibits dating back to 1897 until the present day, the collection is a testament to the 60 glorious years of British motorcycle manufacturing.