New access and visitation rules: DüsselLand now even more visitor-friendly
Credit: Messe Düsseldorf/Andreas Wiese
New access and location regulations are now in force at the DüsselLand pop-up leisure park at the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds. "In doing so, we are following the amended Corona Protection Ordinance of the State of NRW, which gives us more options," says organiser Oscar Bruch. "We already had to draw up our concept two months ago. And a lot has changed since then. Now we are happy to be able to pass on the benefits to our guests.”
The slots have been cancelled, so there is no time limit. Visitors may visit the Pop-Up Leisure Park for as long as they wish - Monday to Friday from 12.45 to 21.30, Saturday from 11 to 21.30 and Sunday from 11 to 20.
Day ticket offices are now set up at the only entrance to DüsselLand – the North Entrance of Messe Düsseldorf.
The admission tickets cost eight euros on all days. Anyone who has already booked online at a higher price will be refunded the difference at the box office. Children under six years of age have free admission.
The high-wire acrobats, the "Geschwister Weisheit", perform Monday to Friday at 3:00, 6:00 and 8.30 pm to present their breathtaking show at a height of 40 metres. On Sundays the shows take place at 1:00, 3:00 and 6:00 pm. On Saturdays the acrobats perform four times, namely at 1:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 8.30 o.
Admission to the children's Kasperle show is now free.
The distance rules, compulsory masks on the rides and hygiene regulations still apply.
With revenue of EUR 378.5 million in 2019, the Messe Düsseldorf Group has maintained its position as one of Germany's most successful trade fair companies. 29,222 exhibitors presented their products to 1.4 million trade visitors at events in Düsseldorf in 2019. Compared with previous events, this was an increase in the numbers of both exhibitors and visitors. Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre hosts around 40 trade fairs in five sectors of expertise: machinery, plants and equipment; the retail trade, trades and services; medicine and healthcare; lifestyle and beauty, and leisure. The trade fairs include 22 proprietary No. 1 events as well as, currently, 15 robust partner and guest events. Also, its subsidiary Düsseldorf Congress held over 1,000 conventions, corporate events, conferences and meetings in 2019, attracting around 374,000 delegates in all. In addition, the Messe Düsseldorf Group organises 75 proprietary events, joint events and contracted events in other countries and is one of the leading export platforms in the world. Proprietary events in Düsseldorf attracted around 73% international exhibitors and 37% international visitors in 2019. The group runs a global network of 77 foreign representatives for 141 countries, including 7 international subsidiaries.