PC Gamer Weekender

17-18 February 2018

Olympia London


Conveniently located in the heart of the Capital, Olympia London is easy to get to, and is surrounded by plenty of bars, restaurants and places to stay.



Olympia London

Hammersmith Road


London, W14 8UX

Opening times

Saturday 18 February – 10.00 - 17.00
Sunday 19 February – 10.00 - 17.00

The event opens at 9.30am for Weekender + pass holders, and 10.00am for Standard Day Pass holders.

Tube, Train & Bus

Kensington (Olympia) is on the London Overground network. It's one stop from Shepherd's Bush (Central line) or West Brompton (District line). The venue is next to the station.

District Line

There is only a District line service from Earls Court on weekends; and throughout the week for some major events. Please check before you travel.

When travelling from Monday to Friday, you should change at West Brompton for a 2 minute Overground train to Kensington (Olympia). Alternatively West Kensington is an 8 minute walk away, and High Street Kensington is a 4 minute bus ride or 12 minute walk away.

Central Line

Change at Shepherd's Bush for a 2 minute Overground train to Kensington (Olympia).

Piccadilly Line

Baron's Court is a 9 minute walk away from Olympia London.

Hammersmith & City Line

Hammersmith Station is a 5 minute bus ride or 15 minute walk away. 

Circle Line

High Street Kensington is a 4 minute bus ride or 12 minute walk away. Hammersmith Station is an 5 minute bus ride or 15 minute walk away.



9, 10, 27, 28, 49, 391, N9, N10, N27, N28

The following buses all stop within a very short walking distance of the venue:

9 - runs to and from Aldwych and Hammersmith.

10 - runs to and from Kings Cross and Hammersmith.

27 - runs to and from Chalk Farm and Turnham Green.

28 - runs to and from Kensal Rise and Wandsworth.

49 - runs to and from White City and Clapham Junction.

391 - runs to and from Fulham and Richmond.

N9, N10, N27, N28 also run a night service.

Not a regular London traveller?

Beat the queues when you arrive in London.  Try to get a zone 1-2 travel card as part of your train or coach travel. 

Or if you have a new contactless type of credit or debit card, you can swipe your way around London paying a discounted fare.  Just touch in (and out) on the yellow readers at the start and end of your journey (you only need to touch your card once when you get on a bus – it’s a flat fare no matter how far you go)

Travelling by bus in London is super easy, especially at the weekend when traffic is lighter.  All buses now display (and announce) the next stop so you know when to get off.  Many bus stops also have a display showing a countdown to the next bus arriving and the destination – or head to the TFL website for live updates for your stop or route.

Buses don’t take cash anymore, so you will need to get a travel card or Oyster card in advance, or use your contactless credit or debit card.




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