Messe Berlin

One of the world's ten leading trade fair companies operating their own exhibition grounds

About Berlin Messe

Berlin Messe has plenty of room and short distances: 180,000 m² of exhibition space in 26 halls and the multifunctional CityCube Berlin. It is located close to the city centre, the Exhibition Grounds lie right next to the city motorway that links them with Berlin’s international airport. Parking for 12,000 vehicles on and around the Exhibition Grounds. There are taxi ranks, U-Bahn and S-Bahn stations and bus stops at the entrances. Fast internet connection: 1 Gbit/s, upgradable to 10 Gbit/s

The Palais am Funkturm

With a retractable staircase, partitions and a chandelier adjustable for height, Berlin’s largest ballroom offers outstanding flexibility when it comes to organizing available space. The Fifties and Sixties are back in vogue here, with curved designs, period decorations and a large patio complete with fountains. The Palais am Funkturm has room for up to 2,400 guests. Experience the unique atmosphere under a ceiling decorated with gold leaf.

Pilot Expo in Berlin Messe

The exhibition will take place in the hall 21A, conferences are planned in the halls 22A and 22B. Both for the exhibition and conferences please use Hall 21 entrance “Trompete” from Masurenallee.

Airliners’ Party will be organized in Palais am Funkturm, Messe Berlin North Entrance.

Working hours of the exhibition: February 25, 10:00 – 18:00, February 26, 10:00 – 17:00.

Working hours of the conferences: February 25, 10:30 – 17:00, February 26, 10:30 – 16:00.

Arliners’ Party: February 25, 18:00-02:00.

How to get there

Messe Berlin is centrally located and can be easily accessed by public transport from either Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) or Berlin Central Train Station. There are four ways to get from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to Berlin Messe – by bus, train, taxi or car. You can take a train to Berlin Messe Nord/ICC (Witzleben) via Berlin Ostkreuz and S Ostkreuz Bhf in around 44 min. The taxi ride will take around 35 minutes and will cost around 50 EUR.

Car parking

Parking

A free-of-charge public parking is provided in front of the North Entrance of Messe Berlin.

MESSE BERLIN AND C19 PROTECTIVE MEASURES

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic special safety and hygiene measures have become necessary in order to hold trade fairs and guest events. The focus here is on the health and safety of our customers, visitors and employees. We are in close contact with the relevant public health authorities of the Land of Berlin and our measures follow the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. The Berlin Senate provides up-to-the-minute information on containing the pandemic on its own website. For more information, please visit https://www.messe-berlin.de/en/visitors/allgemeine-informationen/.