Messe Munich (or Neue Messe München) is Germany’s trade fair complex with the largest outdoor area - a total of 414,000 sq m, 220,000 sq m of which is made up by green space. The indoor area is currently 200,000 sq m and is divided into 18 modern exhibition halls. According to the latest statistics, Messe Munich accommodates over 200 events each year. Around 40 of them are organised by Messe München GmbH.
The venue combines efficient infrastructure, use of advanced information technologies and commitment to sustainability and environmental protection. In addition, Messe Munich offers gourmet experiences provided by renowned restaurateurs.
Established in 1908, Munich’s original fairgrounds were in proximity to Ruhmeshalle. 1998 marked the completion and opening of the new exhibition premises in Messestadt Riem in the Trudering-Riem district. The Gran Paradiso installation by the local artist Stephan Huber graces the water area by the venue from the very start.
Messe Munich’s most recent expansion took place from 2016 to 2018. Two new exhibition halls - C5 and C6 - were added, plus the Conference Center Nord. Their inauguration coincided with the 20th anniversary of Messe Munich in Munich-Riem.
Messe Munich has excellent transport connections, guaranteeing easy access from the main railway station, the airport, the centre and most city areas.
Messestadt West underground station is located close to the West Entrance. It offers these links: U-Bahn lines U2, U7 and U8.
Am Messesee bus stop is also situated near the West Entrance. Bus lines 139, 183, 190, 263, 264, N74 and SEV U2 stop there.
Messestadt Ost underground station is close to the East Entrance, as its name suggests. U-Bahn lines U2 and U7 stop there. Buses 186, 190, 234, N74 and SEV U2 stop at the adjacent Messestadt Ost bus stop.
Alternatively, the fairgrounds can be reached via the A94 motorway. There are over 5000 parking spaces by the venue.
Messe Munich hosts many internationally significant trade shows and exhibitions. They deal with various sectors and gather professionals from all over the world. These events include, among others:
Messe Munich’s entrance areas - the main West and East, plus North Ground Floor, North First Floor, Northwest and Northeast - give visitors a friendly welcome and easy access into the venue.
The 18 exhibition halls cover a floor area of 200,000 sq m altogether. Situated on ground level, the multi-functional halls are column-free and offer natural light. Each hall from A1 to A6 and from B1 to B6 has approximately 11,000 sq m of exhibition space, while each hall from C1 to C6 has approximately 10,000 sq m of exhibition space. There are more than 55 meeting rooms adjacent to the halls.