One Great George Street
One Great George Street

Venue Information

One Great George St, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA

Show Times

Saturday 29 February & Sunday 1 March 2020
11.30am-6.30pm daily Last pour 6.10pm 

Sample Bottles

We know there are too many incredible old and rare drams to try over the weekend, so we will have sample bottles available at the show shop. Sample bottles are just 25p and fit 1cl, so stock up and take some of your favourite drams home.

Show Bottling

The show bottling will be available at the show shop for £995. First come, first served. It will also be available to sample by the 1cl at the Elixir Distillers stand for £25.

Lunch

A buffet meal is included in your ticket price. Lunch will be served from 12-4pm, so be sure to make your way to the show brasserie during these hours.

Paying for Drams

Some exhibitors accept payment by credit card, while others only accept cash. There are ATMs within a few minutes walk of the venue and you are welcome to leave and re-enter the show when needed as long as you are wearing your wristband.

We advise you to bring cash and pay by card when possible to avoid trips to the cash machine.

Transport

You can find details of how to get around, and any planned tube closures, on the Transport for London website: tfl.gov.uk  The nearest tube to the show venue is Westminster.

Coronavirus Precautions

On the advice of Public Health England and to protect the wellbeing of all attendees, we have contacted those travelling from a country affected by Coronavirus to be mindful of their health and to self-isolate and call the NHS helpline on 111 if they experience any related symptoms.

We ask everyone attending The Whisky Show: Old & Rare to follow the highest hygiene standards, including regular washing of hands with running water and the proper use of tissues.

Hand sanitisers will be available throughout the event and we trust that all attendees will behave in a manner that safeguards their fellow whisky lovers.  

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London is full of stunning buildings, world-beating museums and exceptional restaurants. Visitlondon.com is an excellent starting point for those wanting more information on things to do in the capital, and we hear there are three excellent whisky shops to visit too…

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