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Q. What are the Classic Car & Restoration Show dates and opening hours?
A.Friday 27 March 2020: 10:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 28 March 2020: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 29 March 2020: 9:30am - 5:00pm
Q. When will tickets be on sale for Classic Car & Restoration Show?
A. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online or by calling the ticket hotline on 0844 858 6758
Q. Can I buy tickets at the show or can they only be brought in advance?
A. Tickets can be purchased at the show from one of the Box Offices. However, you will save money by buying in advance.
Q. Can I book tickets for a group of us?
A. Yes. For groups of 10 or more people, you will save around 10% on your ticket.
Q. Can children come to the Classic Car & Restoration Show? Are there any restrictions?
A. Yes. The show is an event for all the family and welcomes all ages. Children under 5 can enter the show for free. Children over 5 must purchase a ticket. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Q. Can I have my Classic Car & Restoration Show ticket on my phone?
A. No. All visitors must have a physical ticket to hand in at the entrance hall to gain access to the show.
Q. How do I book tickets for my carer?
A. If you have a disability that restricts you from visiting the show alone, your carer is admitted for free. To get your carers ticket, purchase a general show admission ticket for yourself and then once at the show visit one of the box offices to collect a 'Carer's go free' ticket to hand in at the show entrance. You will be required to bring proof of your disability with you to the show.
Q. Will there be an interpreter for the deaf and hard of hearing on the Live Stage and the Workshop?
A. Yes, there will be an interpreter on Saturday.
Q. Does the NEC cater for disabilities?
A. Yes. For more information please visit the NEC website.
Q. Is there a charge to look around the Classic Car & Restoration Show Auction?
A. Yes. In addition to your show entry ticket, you will need to purchase an auction catalogue to be able to enter the auction. The cost of a catalogue is £10 and admits 2 people.
Q. How much is car parking for Classic Car & Restoration Show?
A. The NEC car parking charge costs £12 per car for the day when booked in advance or £16 if done on arrival. Please note the venue parking is managed by the NEC and we have no control over the car parking prices.
To save some money, some visitors prefer to park at, or close to, a local train station and do the last stint by train. Some local/regional stations will have free parking, some will be cheaper than the NEC and some will have on-road parking a short walking distance. An added benefit of doing this should mean less chance of getting caught in traffic around the site at peak times.
NOTE: you can now book via NCP for £9 for the day. More information can be found here
Q. Where can I eat?
A. There are food outlets inside and outside the halls offering everything from sandwiches to full meals. Prices vary depending on where you eat. If you wanted to leave the halls to eat, please do, just make sure you get your hand stamped on the way out so you can come back in. The NEC website has details of all the catering on offer.
There is an Italian restaurant (Evivva) that’s available to reserve online prior to the show, located in Hall 3 EDGE – if you would like to make a reservation please visit the website: http://reservations.thenec.co.uk/
Q. What if I've brought my own packed lunch?
A. You can either remain in the halls and eat your lunch or leave the halls to eat in the area just outside. If you choose to leave the halls, please remember to get your hand stamped so you can come back into the show.
Q. Are dogs allowed at the Classic Car & Restoration Show show?
A. No. Only assistance dogs are allowed at the show.
Q. Is there a cloakroom at the Classic Car & Restoration Show show?
A. Yes, the NEC has cloakroom facilities near the entrance of the show. There is a small charge for this service.
Q. Do you have any recommendations for hotels near the NEC?
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