The majority of our guests travel by rail, as it gives you time to relax or catch up on emails whilst you're whisked into one of the three mainline train stations in Birmingham city centre.
The closest stations are Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill which carry the key Chiltern Railway routes.
Birmingham New Street is the largest station in the city with Virgin, Cross Country and London Midland routes all arriving at the station. Luckily, it's a mere 20 minutes walk from the conference centres and hotel. There are exciting times ahead for New Street station as the transformation of the station reached its halfway point in April. Visit the New Street New Start website for more information; if you're a regular traveller, there are updates on the new entrances and concourses. We have also added a PDF map of the new New Street station in the downloads to the right to help you find your way inside the stunning new station.
Click the links below for your interactive walking route to Conference Aston, powered by Google. These are also usable on some smart phones such as iPhones.
Walking from Birmingham New Street
Walking from Snow Hill Station
Download the PDF venue map for directions to the hotel and conference centres.
A taxi from New Street takes approximately 5 minutes and a taxi rank is available at the station.
Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill train stations are also within a 15 minute walk from the Conference Centres. Please visit www.thetrainline.com to find appropriate routes into Birmingham Stations.
Did you know...
Our location is perfect for helping you reduce your carbon footprint when travelling to us; we have three mainline rail stations withink walking distance: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. Did you know... If you take the train to New Street Station and walk to the Conference Centres, the average female will burn 66 calories and the average male will burn 67 calories. That means you can enjoy a biscuit with your coffee when you arrive and not feel guilty! Not only that, but taking the train instead of the car, based on a journey of 100 miles in a standard family sized vehicle, you will reduce your carbon emissions by over two thirds!