Neue Messe Stuttgart. Become acquainted with our exhibition halls and the International Congress Center. Gain some impressions of the central trade fair center piazza, our green lung - the trade fair center park - and the multi-storey car park with its unique architecture. You can now enjoy everything that will make your future trade fair attendance in Stuttgart an exciting experience for both you and your visitors.
Messe Stuttgart Hall 1 is a multifunctional hall, 14 to 24 meters high and has a gross exhibition area of 26,800 m², 5,900 m² thereof on an all-round gallery. It can also be used for company events, party conferences or other large events. The central window strip and the all-round window provide plenty of daylight. The hall can also be fully darkened.
The congress and exhibition hall C2 at Messe Stuttgart combines size and variability in a prominent way. Up to 5,000 people can be accommodated here, likewise an exhibition with 4,933 square metres (gross). With a partition, a third of the hall can be separated without much trouble. In this way, the opportunity is opened up to use it alongside for a meeting with accompanying exhibition with food and drink. The rule of thumb is always: purpose determines room layout!
The large Trade Fair Centre square will form the town planning hub between the International Congress Centre, hotel, Trade Fair Centre foyer, multi-storey car park and the planned railway station for long-distance and regional trains. The slight elevation of the forecourt will stress its central importance and create an exciting perspective.
The seven exhibition halls with 10.500 square-meters pure exhibition space each have roofs with a curved form. These roofs give the fairground a distinctive appearance. Together with the skylights, the form of the roofs makes orientation ea');" /> Get an idea of the Neue Messe Stuttgart. Become acquainted with our exhibition halls and the International Congress Center. Gain some impressions of
Messepiazza 1, Am Kochenhof 16 Stuttgart, Germania
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