Getting to York
We’re hosting Tourism & Events Showcase 2015 at the at the world famous National Railway Museum (NRM) in the centre of York. It is one of the leading and busiest museums in Britain, and 2015 is its 40th anniversary, making it a fabulous backdrop for our show.
York is an extremely accessible city close to the M1 and the M62, with complimentary free parking will available at the National Railway Museum on the day of the show. The museum is clearly signposted from all approaches of the city.
A number of coach companies are kindly providing FREE return travel to the show. Confirmed routes include:
Fletchers Coaches of Malton, Yorkshire
8.20am – St Nicholas Street Car Park, Norton
8.30am – Sainsbury’s, Newbiggin, Malton
8.45am – Eastgate Car Park, Pickering
9.00am – BATA, New Road, Kirbymoorside
9.10am – The Feather Hotel, Market Place, Helmsley
9.30am – Coach Park, just off Market Square, Thirsk
9.50am – Long Street, Easingwold
10.20am – Arrive National Railway Museum
2.00pm – Depart National Railway Museum for Fam Visit, details TBC
Glenton Palmer of Normanton, Yorkshire
9.45am – The Travel Office, Normanton (free parking available)
10.00am – Rear of Wakefield Bus Station
10.20am – Eastgate Coach Pickup Point, opp Job Centre, Leeds
11.00am – Arrive National Railway Museum
Parkway Tours of Bristol
Parkway Tours are offering an overnight familiarisation visit to tie in with the show. The trip includes transport and a visit to York Air Museum with overnight accommodation in twin rooms (DBB) at the Best Western Burn Hall Hotel.
To reserve your coach places contact Julie Hart on 01424 572089 or email email@example.com.
The Rawcliffe Park & Ride bus picks up and drops off just outside the Museum.
York railway station has direct connections to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Edinburgh. The Museum is only a few minutes’ walk from the station and the route is signposted. There is also a direct route to the Museum via the station footbridge (not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs).