Frequently Asked Questions

We have tried to answer any questions below. If however you still have a question please get in touch.

What are the Show dates and opening hours?

General Public, Saturday 10th June, 10am to 5pm.

General Public, Sunday 11th June, 11am to 4pm.

Do I have to pay to get in?

Admission to the Brighton & Hove Motor show is completely free! All you have to do to ensure your entry is to pre-register online at www.brightonandhovemotorshow.com.

Please note: Although access to the show is free, entry is only permitted to those that have pre-registered for the event online. Please email info@brightonandhovemotorshow.co.uk to enquire about Press & Trade tickets.

Can I get access on the day without a ticket?

Due to popular demand entry is only permitted to those that have pre-registered for the event online.

When will I receive my tickets?

Tickets will be emailed to you by the 31st of May 2017.

Can I change the date of my tickets?

Simply re-register online for your chosen day. You will be allocated tickets for your most recent registration

Can I bring my dog?

Only guide dogs are allowed in the venue.

How much time should I allow to go round the show?

For a family of four we would recommend a minimum of two hours.

Is there disabled access and facilities?

The Brighton Motor Show and its venue are fully accessible. If a disabled visitor is accompanied by a carer, the carer will be admitted on the same ticket.

What kind of food and drink will be available?

The event will offer catering options including snack and concourse street food as well as beverages and ice creams. 

Can I test drive any of the cars?

There will be a test driving facility available for selected vehicles. More information on the selection of cars available to test drive will be available nearer the event.

How can I contact the Brighton Motor Show team?

Please email us at info@brightonandhovemotorshow.com

Is there a cloakroom or buggy storage facilities?

The event does not have a cloakroom or any storage facilities for buggies or bags.

Can I buy a car at the event?

Yes you can! Our broad range of exhibitors will help you make your dream car a reality.

Does my ticket allow re-entry?

Tickets are only valid on the day stated upon the ticket. Re-entry is only permitted for visitors leaving the site as part of the event’s test drive facility.

Can I hire a wheelchair at the event?

We recommend that you bring a wheelchair with you if required. There are limited wheelchairs available at the event for emergencies.

TRAVEL

Car Parking

Can I drive to the Motor Show?

We recommend that you DO NOT drive to the Motor Show as there is extremely limited parking in and around the stadium. It is easy to reach the stadium by public transport:

We advise all visitors to use the train or bus services. Plan your journey ahead of time.

Limited parking is only available by pre-payment online on a first come first served basis.

TO PURCHASE PARKING, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Parking will not be available without a pre-paid parking voucher, any vehicles arriving without a voucher will be turned away.

We advise where possible to use train or bus services for your journey. On site parking is strictly reserved for VIP guests. All other parking including disabled blue badge holder parking is located at the Bridge Car Park  

Can I change the date for my pre-paid parking voucher?

Parking is non-refundable, please ensure you select the correct day.

Walking

If you are fit and healthy, why not walk to the Venue? There are several footpaths approaching the stadium from all directions making access on foot very easy. Most of Coldean, Moulsecoomb, Woodingdean and Bevendean are only ½ an hour's walk away.

Cycling

Cycling is an excellent option. There are miles of cycle lanes that lead to the Amex. The stadium is equipped with ample secure cycle parking on the concourse that is protected by CCTV.  Most of the city is within ½ an hour cycle from the Venue. All of which makes it really easy and safe to cycle to and from the event. For further information about cycling in the area please visit www.biketrain.org

Motorcycles

There is free motorcycle parking available on-site, stewards will direct you on arrival at the main stadium entrance.

Car

Car parking at the venue is limited and subject to changes depending on the numbers of visitors attending the event. Event parking will be based at the Bridge Car park. Bridge Car Park Satnav postcode BN2 4PN From Brighton city centre: Take the A23 northbound on Old Steine and bear right, following signs for Lewes (A270). Continue for approximately three miles, before turning right at the traffic lights via the filter lane just before the A27 junction.

Eastbound: Leave the A27 at the Hollingbury exit and follow the signs for Coldean. At the roundabout take the exit for Coldean and after one mile, turn left at the lights on to the A270, before turning right at the traffic lights via the filter lane just before the A27 junction.

Westbound: On the A27 head past the off-slip for Falmer and bear left off the A27 at the next junction (Stanmer Park), signposted to Brighton, onto the A270. Stay left on the slip road and at the bottom of the slip road, turn left. Stewards will direct you. The stadium is a 500 yard walk including the subway under the A27.

Important things to remember if travelling by car

There are no uncontrolled parking areas at either university campus or the Brighton Aldridge Academy; entry to these premises will be controlled by stewards.

There is no on-street parking anywhere close by to the stadium and there are traffic schemes in place to make sure that these are upheld.

Nearby residential areas will be controlled by stewards and access on the days of the event will be available to residents only.

If you do park in areas around the stadium, you run a very real risk of receiving a parking ticket or worse still, having your car towed away Train Falmer Station is adjacent to the Stadium Venue.

There are regular services all day and late into the evening to Brighton and Lewes. For information on services and times visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

Parking is available at stations across the Southern network, please check the Southern Railway website for availability and pricing for parking at the station that suits you best.

Bus

There are a wide range of bus routes that serve the Amex. A full bus schedule can be found online at www.buses.co.uk From Brighton the 25 bus service is the best  to use because you can be dropped off right outside the stadium entrance. Services 28, 29, and 49 can also be used if you don't mind a short walk. The 28 and 29 services come from Lewes and the best stop to use is Falmer Train Station, where you will only be a 5 minute walk from the stadium.

Disabled travel

Please visit the dedicated section of the Club website for more information by clicking here.

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