London Model Engineering Exhibition returns to Alexandra Palace

The London Model Engineering Exhibition returns to Alexandra Palace from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th January 2019, where 14,000 visitors are expected to flood through its doors to celebrate the past, present and future of Model Engineering.

Now in its 23rd year, the show is the must attend event for all active model engineers and engineering enthusiasts. Visitors can come along and see the full spectrum of modelling from traditional model engineering, steam locomotives and traction engines through to the more modern gadgets including trucks, boats, drones, aeroplanes and helicopters.

Model engineering is about to take a leap in the cool stakes as the South’s Major Showcase of Modelling today announces ‘The Ministry of Steampunk’ as the show’s newest exhibitor. The London Model Engineering Exhibition welcomes The Ministry to the show for the first time with an amazing display of art pieces, costumes and never-before-seen models that will leave visitors spell-bound.

Steampunk takes the past and wraps it in a new imagination, creating a history that should have been. The Ministry of Steampunk is a collective of designers, engineers and artists who recreate totally unique and original versions of some of history and popular culture’s favourite shows, stories and moments.

Mark Goodman, designer and engineer at The Ministry of Steampunk added: “We want to encourage a new generation in to modelling, engineering and design; joining an event like the London Model Engineering Exhibition allows us to help do that; to show modelling is cool; to encourage future modellers and creators to pick things up and have a go – from Lego to Meccano, to finding old pieces of ‘junk’ and turning them into something fabulous. That is what modelling is about. That is what Steampunk is about. We’re over the moon to be showcasing at the London Model Engineering Exhibition and excited to let everybody see what we have on offer.”

Along with this, visitors can travel between the show’s different zones, trying the activities and watching fascinating and technical demonstrations. Over 50 clubs and societies will be present displaying their members work and competing to win the prestigious Society Shield. In total, nearly 2,000 models will be on display.

All of the leading suppliers will also be present showcasing new products and special promotions and giving hobbyists an excellent opportunity to see and compare products under one roof. You will be able to purchase virtually anything you need for your next model or project or to get you started in a hobby.

If you are an active model engineer this is a key event in the calendar to meet other hobbyists and see the leading suppliers. Full of inspiration, this unmissable exhibition promises a brilliant day out for the whole family!

Event:             LONDON MODEL ENGINEERING EXHIBITION 2019

 

Location:       AlexaNdra Palace, London

 

When:             Friday 18th – Sunday 20th January 2019

Website:        www.londonmodelengineering.co.uk

Facebook:     London Model Engineering Exhibition

Twitter:          @LMEE19

Dates & Times
Friday 18th – Sunday 20th January 2019
Open 10am – 5pm Friday and Saturday and 10am – 4.30pm Sunday.
            Last entry is 4.00pm Friday and Saturday and 3.00pm Sunday.
Model Active Zone closes at 3.30pm on the Sunday
Cash Box opens at 9.00am each morning before the event opens at 10.00am

Admission:

Ticket On Line Tickets

Discounted tickets via website available until midnight Tuesday 15th   January 2019

Full Price Tickets

 

Available On the Door

Adult £11.50 £12.50
Senior Citizen/Student £10.50 £11.50
Child (5-14) £3.50 £4.50
To book tickets go to www.londonmodelengineering.co.uk.

If you would like to order by phone please call SEE Tickets 0115 8960154.

Meridienne Exhibition cannot process any telephone orders for tickets.

If you have general enquiries regarding the exhibition other than to book tickets please call 01926 614101.

For groups of ten or more discounts are also available. Please quote GRP10.

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