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Summary in English

For visitors

  • Opening hours and ticket prices

    Thursday 2017-10-12, 11 am - 7 pm
    Friday 2017-10-13, 10 am - 6 pm
    Saturday 2017-10-14, 10 am - 6 pm
    Sunday 2017-10-15, 10 am - 5 pm

    Prices:
    (The entrance ticket also includes Hem, villa & bostadsrätt)

    Entrance Adult 1 day
    SEK 165 Online
    SEK 180 Onsite

    Entrance Adult 2 Days
    SEK 200 Online
    SEK 240 Onsite

    Entrance Children 0-6 years
    SEK 0

    Entrance Children  7-12 years
    SEK 20 Online
    SEK 30 Onsite

    Entrance Children 13-17 years
    SEK 50 Online
    SEK 70 Onsite

    Entrance Family (2 adults + 2 children 7-12 years)
    SEK 330 Online
    SEK 360 Onsite

    Wine glass and 5 drink coupons (incl. optional spittoon): SEK 150
    Extra 5 drink coupons: SEK 100

    Buy your ticket here »

  • About Bak- & Chokladfestivalen

    Bak- & Chokladfestivalen takes place in October 12th - 15th 2017, at Stockholmsmässan in Älvsjö.

    Bak- & Chokladfestivalen - Scandinavia's largest meeting place for those who love chocolate and baking.

    - A public fair focusing on chocolate and baking

    - the rendezvous for everyone with a taste for quality, enjoyment and experiences


    About Bak- & Chokladfestivalen
    2002, the chocolate enthusiasts Magnus Johansson and Tony Olsson, started the first Chocolate Festival in Sweden. It was after Magnus Johansson visited the chocolate festival in Paris in 1994 that he and Tony Olsson few years later decided to make a similar festival in Stockholm.

    Bak- & Chokladfestivalen is organized by Pastry Chef Masters Magnus Johansson and Tony Olsson together with Stockholmsmässan.
  • Accessible to everyone

    Stockholmsmässan aims to be accessible to everyone. To ensure this, all our restaurants, congress rooms and exhibition halls have ground-level access. There may be limited access to some of our areas with level differences or events that attract large number of visitors. However elevators are available to all floors. You’re welcome to contact us before your visit if you have any questions.

    Parking spaces
    We have 20 parking spaces close to the Main entrance which are reserved for people with a disabled parking permit. Disabled parking permits are of course valid in all our other parking areas as well.

    Wheelchairs
    A limited number of wheelchairs can be borrowed from the Information Center by the Main entrance – you will need to show valid ID. It is not possible to book wheelchairs in advance.

    Information
    There is an Information Center by the Main entrance.

    Restaurants
    Stockholmsmässan’s permanent restaurants are accessible to wheelchair users.

    Restrooms

    Disabled restrooms are available near the entrances, in the exhibition halls and in the galleries.

    Elevators
    A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available in Gallery A. If you need assistance, please contact the Information Center in the Entrance Hall.

  • Contact us

    Do you need personal help?

    If you can´t find the correct information on the site do not hesitate to Contact us:

    Phone: +46 8 749 99 00
    or by e-mail »

  • FAQ

    Our switchboard and our Information Center answer questions about our venue and our exhibitions on a daily basis. We have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions to help you plan your visit in the best possible way.

    Do you have an ATM?
    Yes, we have two ATMs in the Entrance Hall and one at the East entrance. As long queues tend to form for the ATM during our popular public weekends, we strongly advise you to take out money before your visit.

    When the bank is closed, Älvsjö town centre is just a five-minute walk from Stockholmsmässan. There is also an ATM there.

    Which cards do you accept in your checkouts?
    We accept Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Visa and Maestro. We also accept the following currencies in our entrance booths: Euros, Norwegian kroner, Danish kroner, British Pounds and US Dollars.

    Where is the nearest pharmacy?
    There is a mini self-service pharmacy in the Entrance Hall. The other alternative is Älvsjö town centre, which is a five-minute walk from Stockholmsmässan.

    Do you have children’s strollers to borrow?
    Yes, there are strollers you can borrow from the Information Center in the Entrance Hall. You will need to be able to show valid ID to borrow a stroller and it is not possible to book them in advance.

    Do you have lockers?
    Yes, we have a small number of lockers in Gallery A and by the checkroom in Hall C. A small locker costs 20 SEK and a large locker costs 30 SEK.

    Do you have checkroom facilities and does it cost anything to use them?
    There are checkrooms by the Entrance Hall in the Hall A and Hall B gallery, in Hall C and next to the Congress Foyer. You will be charged for using the checkrooms.

    Do you have an elevator?
    Yes, we have an elevator in Gallery A.

    Are you allowed to bring your dog to exhibitions?
    Dogs are not allowed to accompany their owners inside the exhibition center: The only exception we make is for assistance dogs. Obviously, show dogs are allowed into our dog shows.

    Do you have a kiosk-style newsagent?
    There is a Pressbyrå kiosk in the Entrance Hall.

    Do you have a sickroom?
    Yes, we have a sickroom at Stockholmsmässan. It is located between Gallery A and B, behind the Pressbyrå kiosk.

    Do you have a special room for nursing mothers?
    There is no special room for nursing mothers at Stockholmsmässan.

    Can I pay cash at the automatic pay stations?
    Yes, you can pay cash. There are money-changing machines by the Main and East entrances.

  • All the food and drink you need

    After a few hours at Stockholmsmässan you’ll need to refuel. Luckily, we have both a hotel and a catering company offering a wide range of cafés, fast food outlets and gourmet restaurants – all under one roof.

    Find out more about the various restaurants on their web sites, which you can access via the links below.

    Mässrestauranger AB

    Tel: +46 8 727 72 00

    The Garden - à la carte restaurant
    Table reservations +46 8 727 72 60

    Scandic Talk Hotel
    Tel: +46 8 588 822 24

    All restaurants at Stockholmsmässan are licensed to use the Nordic Ecolabel.

  • How to find us

    Both buses and commuter trains stop at Älvsjö Station, which is right next to Stockholmsmässan. The journey by commuter train from Stockholm Central Station to Stockholmsmässan takes just ten minutes. Fast and environmentally friendly, now that’s an unbeatable combination!

    Address: Mässvägen 1, Älvsjö, Sweden

    By SL
    There are 8-14 commuter train departures every hour from Stockholm Central Station to Älvsjö Station, which is only a 200-meter walk from Stockholmsmässan’s Main entrance. The journey takes just ten minutes.

    The commuter train from Arlanda Airport also stops at Älvsjö station. The train departs two times an hour and the journey takes 47 minutes. The train departs from Sky City, between terminals 4 and 5.

    By car
    Take the E4/E20 and follow the signs for Mässan/Älvsjö.
    Map

    By taxi
    Taxi Stockholm  08-15 00 00
    Taxi Kurir 08-30 00 00
    Taxi 020 020-20 20 20

  • Parking

    We have 4,000 parking spaces available for visitors arriving by car. There are 2,000 spaces in our parking garage and in the outdoor spaces surrounding the exhibition center.

    Disabled parking
    We have 20 parking spaces close to the Main entrance which are reserved for people with a disabled parking permit.

    Cost
    The garage and outdoor parking space 40 SEK/hour or 120 SEK for a whole day.