Tickets and Prices: Reserve Your Trade Fair Tickets
We are looking forward to welcoming you to HAUS-GARTEN-FREIZEIT soon. Here we have put together all important information for your visit to the fair, with tips on tickets, prices and opening times.
Your ticket is valid for HAUS-GARTEN-FREIZEI and the parallel trade fairs mitteldeutsche handwerksmesse .
Note: We will publish an overview of ticket outlets shortly before the start of the advance ticket sales.
|Trade fair runs||from 10 to 18 February 2024|
|Opening hours||from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm daily|
Ticket Prices 2024
|Trade Fair Ticket||Price|
|Day pass||EUR 17|
|Day pass online||EUR 15|
|Afternoon non-day pass (after 2:00 pm)||EUR 10|
|Reduced day pass*||EUR 14|
|Reduced day pass* online||EUR 12|
|Day pass child||EUR 6|
Important Information on Public Transport
Travel sustainably with your trade fair ticket! Our admission tickets, including online tickets, entitle the holder to free travel to and from the exhibition grounds on the day of your visit using local public transport operated by the MDV (Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund), where this is expressly stated on the ticket.
Before starting your journey, tick the day on the weekday strip on your ticket. For online tickets, enter the ticket date and sign your ticket. Please enter the name in the online ticket shop of the visitor who will be using the online ticket. Failure to do so may result in the ticket not being valid for free travel on local public transport.
Please note: Our local transport ticket service is only valid for Leipziger Messe's own events.
Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund (MDV) tariff zones
Free travel to and from the exhibition grounds on the day of the event by public transport operated by MDV (Mitteldeutscher Verkehrsverbund) is valid for the following regions and tariff zones: 110, 151, 156, 162, 163, 168, 210 and 225.
Download tariff zone map
Information for Visitors With Reduced Mobility
We strive to ensure that you can reach your destination quickly and unhindered. For this reason, the Leipzig exhibition grounds are designed to be barrier-free and offers short and easy routes. All halls are at ground level and there are no thresholds to restrict your access. You can find out more about accessibility at the grounds of the Leipzig Messe here.
We recommend the following entrances for your visit to the fair:
- If you arrive by car, please use the East entrance
- If arriving by tram, you can get to the fair via the West entrance (Glass Hall).
If you are travelling by train, please be sure to alight at the Hauptbahnhof stop instead of the Leipzig Messe stop. Accessible, low-floor trams run from the main railway station on tram line 16. Continue to the Messegelände tram stop and then follow the signs.
The DB hotline for passengers with reduced mobility can be reached by telephone via the Mobility Service Centre 01805 / 512 512 (Euro 0.14 / min.) or at www.bahn.de/handicap .