The Centerpiece of the Leipziger Messe: the Glass Hall

The Leipziger Messe's most prominent landmark is the Glass Hall – Europe's largest all-glass hall. Framed in an imposing steel structure, 25,000 square meters of glass arch over a light-flooded interior. This dome is home to spacious areas, lounge and catering facilities, galleries and an evergreen magnolia avenue. The Glass Hall's open design creates a unique atmosphere within this architectural gem .


  • Light-flooded domed hall construction made from glass and steel
  • Central entrance and communication area of the Leipzig Exhibition Center (West Entrance), event hall
  • Glass tubes serve as connections to the Congress Center Leipzig and the exhibition halls

Possible Uses for the Glass Hall

  • Receptions and balls
  • Galas and festive events
  • Trade fairs
  • Presentations and exhibitions
  • Corporate events
  • Cultural events

Spotlight: Glass Hall at the Leipziger Messe

The Glass Hall in Detail

The Glass Hall boasts event areas across two levels: At ground level you will find the entrance and reception area with meeting point, cloakroom, cash desk areas, planning area and magnolia alley. There are gallery spaces one floor above.

Facilities and Auxiliary Areas in the Glass Hall:

  • VIP and Business-Lounge
  • Offices for organization and production teams
  • Prayer / peace room
  • Breastfeeding and baby changing room
  • Room for childcare
  • Exhibition shop
  • Escalators, stairs and elevators
  • ATM
  • Café Piacetto
  • Storage space
  • Bathroom facilities

Facts and Figures on the Glass Hall 
Total gross area19,000 m²
Length238 m
Width80 m
Peak height 30 m
Maximum number of visitors 4,500 people

Your contact person

Simone Dietz
Authorised Representative
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