Venue and Travel

  • How to get to AECC

    To make your experience at ENGenious an enjoyable one, we have assembled a useful collection of information for you.

  • Venue address

    Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
    Exhibition Avenue
    Bridge of Don
    AB23 8BL

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    Public transport

    AECC is easily accessible by public transport from Aberdeen. It is only a 15-minute taxi ride from Aberdeen railway and bus stations in the city centre.

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    Disabled access

    AECC provide full access to disabled visitors by providing extra equipment, and assistance both routinely and in an emergency.

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  • How to travel to AECC

    By bus

    There are two main bus companies in Aberdeen:

    By train

    The main train station in Aberdeen is approximately 3 miles from the AECC.
    Trains travel to and from Aberdeen from a range of destinations throughout the UK, with 19 trains a day to Edinburgh, 16 to Glasgow and 3 to London.

    For bookings, destinations, live arrival and departure information and station facilities, follow the links below:

    By car

    Aberdeen can be reached from the north or the south by the A90, which runs from Fraserburgh to Edinburgh, and passes through the heart of Aberdeen City. The A96 connects Aberdeen to Inverness, in the North West of the country, as well as to a number of villages and towns in between.

    By taxi

    A Taxi Rank is located outside the Holiday Inn by the Conference entrance, the only location permitted for drop-off/pick-up.

    Taxis can be pre-booked from the taxi desk inside the Conference entrance.

    For more information on location of Taxi ranks in the city centre, please see the VisitAberdeenshire City Map.

    By air

    Aberdeen International Airport is very well-connected, whether you’re travelling from within the UK, from Europe or  further afield and is just a 6 mile drive from the AECC.

    By sea

    As the principal sea port of the north east of Scotland, Aberdeen is served by Northlink Ferries, which run to and from Lerwick, the main port of the Shetland Isles, and Kirkwall, the capital of the Orkneys.

    Aberdeen's ferry terminal is located on Regent Road, a short walk from the city centre and from the bus and railway stations on Guild Street, where onward connections and taxis are available.

    Onward ferry connections from Lerwick to Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands are available from Smyril Ferries.


    For more information on cycling in Aberdeen, please follow the links below:

  • Accommodation

    Aberdeen's accommodation is sure to suit all requirements when here for business and if you choose to extend to a leisure trip after the conference.

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    Visa information

    Find out everything you need to know about the documentation required to enter the United Kingdom to visit ENGenious.

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    Explore Aberdeenshire

    In nearby Aberdeenshire, you can roam for miles across great estates, ancient Caledonian forests, rolling farmland, rivers, vast dunes and wide sandy beaches.

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