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About the venue
The International Conference Centre is nestled in Abuja Nigeria. This conference centre is one of the most famous venues of the country. It hosts some of the renowned national and international events every year linked to a variety of industries. This organises many events like concerts consumer and trade show large receptions or galas and other special events. The participants are matching their footsteps with the growing needs of the industry. ICC is one of the most suitable space providers for every event.
A magnificent edifice overlooking the Radio House, 'moulded' and lying in its own lovely garden filled with historic shady pine trees and well paved driveway. Architecturally designed to complement its surrounding environment, and enhanced by magnificent landscaping, the AICC occupies a land area of approximately 7 hectares and is centrally located on the South (Garki) end of Herbert Macaulay Way in the commercial heart of the FCC, about 40 KM (approx. 25 miles) from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and within a 5 KM radius of the major hotels in Abuja. The facility serves as a dynamic venue for international trade discussions, business meetings, and social occasions and offers luxury, intimacy, refined dining, meeting and event space.
11, Central Area, 900 Herbert Macaulay Way, 900001
Tel: +234 813 401 0180
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