Outdoor

800 acres of Warwickshire’s finest grasslands, fields and woods. That’s adaptable outdoor exhibition space for products simply too big to showcase indoors.

GREAT OUTDOOR SPACE

NAEC Stoneleigh operates in 800 acres of Warwickshire’s finest countryside making it an adaptable outdoor conference / exhibition space.

We’re in a unique position in that we have large, flexible outdoor spaces at our disposal, and we are keen to talk to event organisers that could operate their events outdoor.

We have already moved some of our exhibitions outdoors, such as The Glamping Show that took place in September 2020. We have also seen a large increase in the number of outdoor events that are booking with us.

We have managed to successfully hosts several outdoor events including Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge Drive and Dine Theatre and Nightflix Outdoor Cinema. We recently announced a new camping show and family outdoor events KidzTopia and David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy live on stage, all to launch at the venue in 2021.

We are also very lucky to have our Explore 4 x 4 track still in operation. This provides the ultimate in outdoor activities. For individuals, corporate and other group events looking for team building experiences, the off-road driving is always popular.

 

Then there’s the outdoor equestrian facilities, such as our Grand Ring and the all-weather Equine Arena. There’s a private road network for driving experience days and a 4x4 track, just waiting to be torn up. There’s quad biking, clay pigeon shooting and archery on offer; always popular with the team building event organisers. 

We’ve even got onsite camping. How many similar venues can lay claim to that?!

There’s only one thing more impressive than what we can do on the site though – and that’s the location itself. This is the English countryside at its very best; a rural idyll at the heart of the country. The only question worth asking is, “why wouldn’t you hold your event at a location as stunning as this?”

View our Teambuilding package here