Exhibition Centre Brussels
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE YOUR EXHIBITION CENTRE IN BRUSSELS?
Businesses, organizations, and artists who are involved in trade shows, fairs, and exhibitions look for large, attractive spaces with nearby amenities, and settings that will stimulate both participants and visitors. Follow our guidelines to find the ideal location.
YOUR EVENT’S SETTING IS OF CRUCIAL IMPORTANCE
Are you organizing a trade fair or show that is also open to the public – or perhaps an exhibition at the same time as your congress? Are you representing a group of artists and looking for a place to exhibit their best work? Or are you looking for a suitable place to exhibit the complete range of your brand’s products?
Don’t choose just any exhibition space in Brussels to display your most valuable assets. There are so many outstanding exhibition centres in Brussels to choose from. Perhaps you are looking for a venue with a rich industrial heritage, or you might prefer something more modern. Find the ideal venue to match your criteria, the needs of your exhibitors, and the activities of your participants with the help of the venue finder created by Brussels Special Venues.
3 locations matching your search
As an organiser, you rent the Expo halls free of suppliers! Our expo halls have only 6 supporting pillars, which only offers advantages. The Expo halls have pleasant daylight and no basement.
- Number of event rooms : 3
- Largest room capacity (theatre) : 4500 people
- Maximum capacity (for a single event) : 4500 people
- Largest room (in square meters) : 4800 m²
The EGG is a unique modular space housed in a post-industrial building of 5000m² close to the South Station (Thalys, Eurostar). Equipped with an Auditorium of 950 seats it’s offering an incredible range of combinations.
- Number of event rooms : 18
- Largest room capacity (theatre) : 1000 people
- Maximum capacity (for a single event) : 1000 people
- Largest room (in square meters) : 1250 m²
This former train station – a veritable masterpiece of civil engineering, with its glass sawtooth roof and metal framework – is now home to large events, shows, fairs and exhibition
- Number of event rooms : 25
- Largest room capacity (theatre) : 3000 people
- Maximum capacity (for a single event) : 15000 people
- Largest room (in square meters) : 5348 m²
5 KEY CRITERIA FOR YOUR EXHIBITION CENTRE OR SHOWROOM
Here is a brief survey of what to consider when deciding on the ideal venue for your next exhibition, trade fair, or show.
1.THINK ABOUT LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY
Brussels has beautiful exhibition centres easily accessible by car (from the ring road or motorway), on public transport (train, tram, underground, or bus), and on foot or by bike.
This is the advantage of being in the centre of Belgium and the centre of Europe – the public, the participants, and guests are never very far away.
Have a checklist for everything: Are there plenty of entrances, parking places, access for people with disabilities, and emergency exits? Is there enough space to circulate without congestion, and every facility for the display stand installers? Are there hotels nearby?
2. THE SIZE OF THE EXHIBITION CENTRE OR SHOWROOM
Exhibiting the latest model of an articulated lorry, or nanoparticles would require differently sized exhibition stands. Make sure you match your choice of space to the theme of your exhibition.
You should also think about your attendance and the number of people you are expecting, the number of stands you envisage, as well as height requirements and other spaces you might need.
Choosing a suitably sized space is an essential factor when organizing an attractive, and lasting exhibition.
3. MORE THAN ONE HALL? IF SO, HOW MANY?
Think about your overall scenario. Do you need several exhibition spaces, or will one be enough? Where will you set up the catering, relaxation, and entertainment areas for your participants?
Will you need a meeting or lecture room? Will you need storage space?
Where will your reception desks and payment terminals, cloakrooms, and sanitary facilities be located?
Brussels Special Venues, ideal for exhibitions, can offer a unified ambiance to keep to a common theme as easily as providing completely different universes each with its own atmosphere.
4. EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES
Your first thoughts are, of course, the usual ones: Depending on the kind of exhibition and its setting, and on your exhibitors and your public, you have to determine your equipment, such as sound, lighting, digital and connectivity, signage, and heating. But beyond these essential facilities and equipment, you also need to think of the choice of caterer, security, reception staff, and hosts and hostesses – what services do the venues you are considering offer?
5. CHOOSING THE RIGHT VENUE INCLUDES HAVING THE RIGHT SUPPORT TEAM
Innovation and surprise will also be achieved by the understanding of your requirements. The members of Brussels Special Venues have halls and spaces that are habitually used to host exhibitions, fairs, and trade shows.
Find and contact your preferred venue through our venue finder. Their qualified staff will be of great help to you in the organization of your event, a guide for the exhibitors, and even in optimizing the experience for your participants and stakeholders.
ADDING VALUE TO THE EXHIBITORS AND ATTRACTING VISITORS
Choose the ideal venue that will enable your exhibitors to add value to their services, products, or works of art and captivate the public. Brussels Special Venues exhibition halls, fair and trade show centres are unique and indispensable.
Define your criteria (number of participants, number of rooms, size, and event type). Choose from our collection of exhibition venues. Receive proposals within 48 hours. Contact your preferred venue.
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