Messe München InternationalMesse München International’s (MMI)
history started in 1908 with the opening of an exhibition park at Theresienhöhe, celebrating the city’s 750-year anniversary. More than a hundred years later the trade fair organisers of MMI are still going strong, putting on world-class trade fairs such as the BAU, bauma, Transport Logistic and ISPO. Today the company is one of the world’s largest trade fair companies, organising events and exhibitions both in Germany and all around the world. Now, MMI’s massive event areas and rich experience in organising these events, make Munich the go-to destination for trade fairs.
The powerhouse of Munich
In 1998 Messe München International moved to the new district of Riem, which was built on a former airport site. Together with the International Congress Centre Munich ICM and the MOC Event Centre Munich, MMI provides 180,000 square metres of exhibition space spread across 17 buildings, with additional 425,000 square metres of outdoor areas available. This enables them to put on massive exhibition and trade fairs such as bauma
, the world’s largest construction trade fair, the sports trade fair ISPO
, a trade fair for the beverage and liquid food technology. With innovative service structures, modern infrastructure and technology on board, a conference or trade fair arranged by Messe München is a world-class event.
Hotels near Messe München
With a room at our Park Inn by Radisson Munich East Hotel you’ll sleep comfortably in spacious rooms, located close by both Messe Munchen MMI and the international airport. After a day of attending meetings or events you can retreat to one of our 169 rooms, relax in the sauna and fitness room or enjoy a delicious meal in our on-site restaurant
Getting to and from the Messe Munchen fairgrounds is no problem. If you’re arriving by plane you can take the suburban train, S-Bahn, hire a taxi or rent a car. Certain events also have shuttle services to and from the airport. If you’re coming from the Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) you can take the U2 subway line, which will take you directly to the MMI area in a mere 20 minutes.