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05 - 07 February 2016

Bremen Classic
Motorshow

From 9 am to 6 pm

News

A great start into the new season!

A great start into the new season!
With 44.737 visitors BREMEN CLASSIC MOTORSHOW holds the record level of the previous year. Rare Originals in several special shows, a wide range of classic car traders and a… Read More

Rare racers from the 1950s at the FHR booth

Rare racers from the 1950s at the FHR booth
The German historical racing association Fahrgemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport (FHR) will have six rarities on display at the Bremen Classic Motorshow from 6 to 8 February. In line with the… Read More

About the BCM

The Bremen Classic Motorshow is the first major classic car exhibition of the year. Here you’ll find all the classic vehicle paraphernalia you’ll need for a successful start to the season: cars, motorcycles, young classics, historic motorsport, spare parts and restoration tips. With an exhibition area of 46,951 square metres comprising eight halls, around 45,000 visitors and 650 exhibitors from 12 nations, the Bremen Classic Motorshow is the place to be for all fans of classic cars.

The expertise of the public, the range of high-quality exhibits, the extraordinary atmosphere and the unique special shows for cars and motorcycles have been the reasons behind the success of the Bremen Classic Motorshow for years. Friends, like-minded people, experts, collectors and grease monkeys gather here to relax and discuss cars and motorcycles. The season starts in Bremen!

The Bremen Classic Motorshow is the first major classic car exhibition of the year. Here you’ll find all the classic vehicle paraphernalia you’ll need for a successful start to the season: cars, motorcycles, young classics, historic motorsport, spare parts and restoration tips. With an exhibition area of 46,951 square metres comprising eight halls, around 45,000 visitors and 650 exhibitors from 12 nations, the Bremen Classic Motorshow is the place to be for all fans of classic cars.

The expertise of the public, the range of high-quality exhibits, the extraordinary atmosphere and the unique special shows for cars and motorcycles have been the reasons behind the success of the Bremen Classic Motorshow for years. Friends, like-minded people, experts, collectors and grease monkeys gather here to relax and discuss cars and motorcycles. The season starts in Bremen!

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Contact

Nina Birkhold

Exhibitor services Sales exhibition / Clubs, 
Marketing

0049 (0)421 3505 450 birkhold@classicmotorshow.de

Max Maurer

Exhibitor services Sales exhibition / Young classics / Vehicle mart

0049 (0)421 3505 543 maurer@classicmotorshow.de

Lisa Auhage

Exhibitor services Spare parts market / Vehicle mart, Visitor service

0049 (0)421 3505 525 auhage@classicmotorshow.de

Rolf Hesener

Exhibitor services Spare parts market / Motorcycles / Ambience

0049 (0)421 509 1689 hesener@classicmotorshow.de

Astrid Vortkamp

Technical Director

0049 (0)421 3505 349
 vortkamp@messe-bremen.de

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opening hours:
9 am – 6 pm

CONCESSION TICKET FOR CLASSIC CAR CLUBS

€ 13,00
Only valid for members of classic car clubs.
Only available in connection with the concession coupon!
Classic car clubs can purchase these from the Bremen Exhibition Centre.
It is not enough to simply present your membership card at the desk.
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DAY-TICKET

€ 16,00
Valid on one of the three event days.
Tickets are available from the desk or can be purchased online in advance.
Free entry for children up to and including the age of 12 when accompanied by an adult.
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TWO-DAY TICKET

€ 24,00
Valid for two days of your choice.
Tickets are available from the desk or can be purchased at all known branches of Nordwest Ticket.
No discounts are available.
Free entry for children up to and including the age of 12 when accompanied by an adult.)
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CONCESSION TICKET

€ 13,00
For school pupils, students and those receiving benefits, e.g. unemployed people and those with a registered disability.
Only available on presentation of suitable evidence. Free entry for assistants upon presentation of credentials.
Valid for groups of at least ten people.
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The Bremen town musicians, los músicos de Bremen, les musiciens de Brême

There’s a lot to see in Bremen – from the town musicians, the town centre around the market square and the Schnoor district to the art gallery or the Universum. This historic and highly diverse Hanseatic city combines tradition, science, technology and innovation – and, as Germany’s tenth largest city, none are in short supply. In true north German style, however, the Hanseatic city remains untouched by the hectic, breakneck pace of other cities and short routes are an integral part of it.

What are the opening hours?

For visitors: Friday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For exhibitors: Friday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Where can I purchase tickets?

You can purchase a ticket from the desk on the day or from Nordwest-Ticket in advance, either online or from all known Nordwest-Ticket branches.

How do I reach the Bremen Classic Motorshow?

Please see Directions in the menu.

Is there a Park & Ride service?

You can use our Park & Ride service at the City Airport Bremen to travel to the Exhibition Centre in comfort on public transport.

Are there parking facilities at the Exhibition Centre?

Yes. Due to the limited number of spaces, we recommend that you use the Park & Ride service. You can find more detailed information under Park & Ride in the menu.

What address should I use for my satnav?

Theodor-Heuss-Allee, 28215 Bremen.

Is there special parking for classic car holders?

No, there are no special parking spaces for classic car holders.

Where are the disabled parking spaces?

Directly outside of the halls, in the first row of spaces.

Are there parking spaces for tour buses?

The parking spaces for tour buses are located at Torfhafen in Eickedorfer Strasse.

Is the Exhibition Centre suitable for wheelchair users?

Yes, the Exhibition Centre is wheelchair accessible.

Can I rent a wheelchair on the day?

Unfortunately, no wheelchair rental services are available.

Where are the disabled toilets?

There are disabled toilets in the foyer of Hall 1 (ÖVB Arena), in the foyers of Halls 4 to 7, and in the corridors near the foyers of Halls 5 and 6. Please bring your EURO Key.

Can I take photographs of the exhibits?

Yes, for private purposes. No photographs may be taken of the exhibits for commercial purposes or publication. Please contact our press department for press photos or in order to use press photos.

I have lost something – is there a lost property office?

The lost property office is in the Exhibition Centre office in Hall 5.

Can I bring my pet?

Visitors are not encouraged to bring pets.

What overnight accommodation is available?

You can find a list of all the hotels near the Exhibition Centre under Downloads.

How can I register with a booth for the Bremen Classic Motorshow?

You can download a registration form or simply contact us directly. You can find more information under Contact.

Are the order forms for the service booklet also available online?

Yes, you can find them under Downloads.

What are the set-up and dismantling times for exhibitors?

Set-up:
Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Dismantling:
Sunday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Monday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where can I get my exhibitor’s pass?

Exhibitors will receive their passes from the Exhibition Centre office during the set-up period. Passes will not be sent out in advance.

Are there parking facilities for exhibitors?

Yes, you can purchase tickets for these facilities through the service booklet. Tickets cannot be purchased on-site.

Is there an exhibitor list?

The exhibitor list is available in our exhibition magazine or online under Information.

Directions

Travel to and from the exhibition with ease:
Use our new Park & Ride facilities at the airport (car park 1).

  • Simply follow the airport signs in Bremen:
  • Parking and tram ticket for €7 (price per vehicle for all passengers, including return journey on the tram)
  • Journey takes approximately 18 minutes
  • Blumenthalstraße stop

Travel in comfort almost to the front door of the Exhibition Centre – avoid traffic jams and searching for a parking space!

City Airport Bremen is just 6 km from the city centre and the Bremen Exhibition and Conference Centre, and it is connected to all major hubs and airports in Germany and Europe, including Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt. The tram stops are directly outside the airport, and you can take line 6 (to Blumenthalstraße) to get to the Exhibition Centre in around 18 minutes.

It is easy to get to the Bremen main station by train. The station is just a three-minute walk away from the Exhibition Centre. Take the north exit towards Messe Bremen and the ÖVB Arena.
You can find special travel offers from Deutsche Bahn for the Bremen Classic Motorshow under downloads.
Within Bremen, you can reach the Exhibition Centre on bus lines 24 (Blumenthalstraße stop), 26 and 27 (Messe Centrum stop), and by tram on lines 6 and 8 (Blumenthalstraße stop). You can find more information on www.bsag.de.

Please note that, due to the limited number of parking spaces at the Exhibition Centre, we recommend the Park & Ride service! You can find all the information under Park & Ride.

Exhibition Centre:
After exiting the autobahn, simply follow the signs for Centrum/Messe Bremen.
Bremen’s modern system of navigation will lead you from the autobahn through the city and to the Exhibition Centre.

Alternatively, use the Google route planner.

Please use the following address for your satnav:
Theodor-Heuss-Allee, 28215 Bremen / specific destination ‘Messe’.

You can find more information on the environmental zone in Bremen here.

Messe Bremen

Findorffstraße 103, 28215 Bremen, Deutschland

Downloads

service handbook single forms

direction

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service handbook single forms

Press

Outstanding turnout of the previous year

Over the past weekend (from the 6th to the 8th of February 2015), 44,737 visitors came to Bremen Exhibition Centre to celebrate the kick-off to old-timer season at Bremen… Read More

How to take a Need and make it a Virtue

Italian motor scooter design at Bremen's Classic Motor Show They were born from a need and inspired by a folding motor scooter from the allied paratroopers that had fallen from… Read More

Start the season with Italian elegance

Bremen Classic Motorshow presents two- and four-wheel beauties The special shows around the topic “Economic Miracle” brought big success for Frank Ruge, the Project Manager at Bremen Classic Motorshow in… Read More

Shaping the future

Classy Italian motorcycles at the Bremen Classic Motorshow Proverbial Italian temperament, dynamic appearance and expression are reflected in many of the motorcycles that were developed on drawing boards and… Read More

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