LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION
Friday 17th January to Sunday 19th January 2014
The South's Major Showcase Of Modelling...Not To Be Missed!The London Model Engineering Exhibition is regarded as one of THE leading shows of its kind in terms of size, exhibits and attendance. 2014 will mark the 18th year for this premier modelling event,
Great Hall, Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London, N22 7AY
Friday 10.00am - 5.00pm
Last Entry at 4.00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm
Last Entry at 4.00pm
Sunday 10.00am - 4.30pm.
Last Entry at 3.00pm.
(Model Active Zone closes at 3.30pm on the Sunday )
How To Find Us
Please see the attached PDF for full venue directions.
The venue provides an extensive catering service and toilet facilities as well as ample free car parking.
For further information to enhance your visit please see http://www.alexandrapalace.com/ or call Alexandra Palace on 0208 365 2121
About the Exhibition
The London Model Engineering Exhibition (LMEE) celebrated its 18th birthday on 17th to 19th January at Alexandra Palace. Last year the exhibition was badly affected by snow, but organisers are pleased to report that this year was a tremendous success and visitors came flocking to the venue to enjoy the many attractions. This annual exhibition is regarded as the leading show of its kind in terms of size, content and attendance.
51 clubs, societies and displays attended the exhibition and competed to win the prestigious Society Shield which is voted for by the clubs and societies themselves. The winner was Moorhen Model Boat Club followed by Tamiya Truckin in second place and St Albans & District Model Engineering Society third place.
Over 1,500 models were on display across the spectrum along with 4 fascinating railway layouts and for the first time Robot Wars was part of the exhibition with well known robots Major Damage and Matilda.
The British Model Flying Association achieved a world record with 32 helicopters in flight simultaneously which was a fantastic sight to see.
Exciting demonstrations including remote controlled trucks was presented by the Tamiya Trucking Group within the Model Active Zone. Other clubs included; Brickish, The UK Tank Club, The Imagineering Foundation and the Polly Owners Group who provided passenger rides behind the 5” gauge steam locomotives proved popular.
Core Model Engineering Clubs presented some fantastic displays and members were on hand to talk to visitors and encourage them along with their own projects and builds.
On top of this 54 key suppliers attended the exhibition offering special previews and promotions which gave hobbyists an excellent opportunity to see and compare products under one roof.
Organiser Chris Deith commented “we are delighted that the exhibition was such a huge success this year and we welcomed back many visitors who could not join us last year”.
|Ticket Type||On-line Tickets*||Full Price Tickets**|
|Senior Citizen Ticket||£8.00||£9.00|
|Child Ticket 5 - 14
(Under 5's free)
|Family Ticket 1
(1 adult and up to 3 children)
|Family Ticket 2
(2 adult and up to 3 children)
* Advance tickets are available via our website at discounted prices until Tue 14th January 2014 if you order your tickets yourself on-line.
** Full price tickets are available on the day from the ticket office or by phone or post before Fri 10th January 2014.
Who is Exhibiting at the LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION
Below is a list of exhibitors that are attending LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION, please click the links for more details.
Specialist Suppliers at the LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION
Clubs & Associations at the LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION