RBC Place London
RBC Place London is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendt, Attawandaron and Lenape Indigenous peoples. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, including Treaty 6, the London Township Treaty.
Opened in 1993, RBC Place London, owned by the City of London, has a reputation of providing world class service to all who step foot inside the facility. Their goal is to delight guests with every act, and our ongoing success of creating raving fans attests to our achievement in reaching this goal. Boasting 70,000 square feet of meeting, conference and exhibition space, their flexible and friendly facility will leave a lasting impression on the way you view other facilities. We’re committed to our environment. Constantly working to reduce our waste and energy use; RBC Place London is green!
RBC Place London is a fully accessible facility. All of their principal entrances are at grade and at level, providing easy access for those with limited mobility. Automatic doors and, a large drop-off area in front, combined with wide, well-lighted corridors, make visits to the facility comfortable for everyone. All doors provide more than the minimum clearance and there is elevator access to every floor. Some of the back-of-house facilities, due to the specialized demands of event set-up and maintenance, as well as food preparation areas, do require unrestricted mobility.
Bathroom, room and wayfinding signs have large, raised print as well as braille available for individuals with visual impairments. The main floor salon areas are equipped with a digital hearing assistance system, which allows individuals with digital hearing aids to wirelessly connect to the audio system in the room.
Parking and Transportation
There are numerous parking lots around RBC Place London, including our very own underground parking with 305 spots!
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- London International Airport Information
- Via Rail Information
- Robert Q Airport Shuttle
- U-Need-A Cab
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