Summary for visitors

Summary of the content at Antikmässan, February 13-16, 2020.

Zorn exhibition

This year’s big exhibition features the world’s largest collection of engravings by Anders Zorn, Sweden’s foremost artist of all time. Around 200 of his engravings, many which are highly rare, will be displayed as we acknowledge that Zorn died a hundred years ago this year (1860-1920). The exhibition is a collaboration with Mollbrinks Konsthandel in Uppsala and the Norwegian Zorn-collector Frode Henriksen.

A historic lunch

The historic lunch is a taste experience unlike non other. Here you get a threecourse meal with suitable wines and a lecture of culinary history. The historic lunch is on Saturday, February 16, 1-2:30 pm. (The event is in Swedish)

The Collector's Awards

Celebrate the stars within the antique and art business at The Collector's Awards on Thursday February 13! This is a splendid night with an award ceremony, a threecourse dinner, jazzband, dance and a chance to mingle with celebrities and antique dealers. Buy your tickets online for a chanse to experience the award gala.

Exhibition

This year’s Samlarens Café (The Collectors Cafe) will be displaying selected items from The Museum of Furniture Studies in Frihamnen, Stockholm. The design couple Kersti Sandin och Lars Bülow were awarded with The Collector’s Awards, “Collector of the year”, at the gala in February 2019. As a part of the award, they get to create an exhibition at next year’s fair. The Collectors Cafe offers a sample of design furniture from as far back as the 19th century until present day.

Guided tour

Join in on a free guided tour with Sofia Silfverstolpe where you will meet with antique dealers. (The tour is in Swedish.) The tour will start at stand B01:09. Thursday 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm. Friday 12:00 am and 2:00 pm. Saturday 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm.

Program

There is a complete and inspiring program with talks and lectures by authors, influencers and known profiles and experts from within the antique business in Sweden (all lectures are in Swedish).

Exhibitors

A visit to Antikmässan in Stockholm is truly an opportunity to find fantastic bargains and items you thought were lost. The fair is made up by more than 200 exhibitors from which you can buy everything in the stand. That is the beauty of Antikmässan – everything is for sale! If you look carefully and talk to the many antique dealers on site, you might just find what you are looking for and more.

  • Opening hours and tickets

    February 13-16, 2019, at Stockholmsmässan in Älvsjö. The preview is on Wednesday February 12.

    Thursday 10 am - 7 pm
    Friday 10 am - 6 pm
    Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
    Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

    TICKET PRICES

    One day, adult
    Buy online: SEK 185
    Buy at the fair: SEK 200

    Two days, adult
    Buy online: SEK 240
    Buy at the fair: SEK 260

    Youth 13-17 years old
    Buy online: SEK 70
    Buy at the fair: 80 SEK

    Child 7-12 years old
    Buy online: SEK 30
    Buy at the fair: SEK 40

    Family (two adults & two children 7-12 years old)
    Buy online: SEK 380
    Buy at the fair: SEK 420

    Children 0-6 years old: Free

    Group ticket, at least ten people
    Buy online: SEK 140
    Buy at the fair: SEK 165

    For any questions please contact us at antik@stockholmsmassan.se

    Antikmässan preview: Wednesday February 12, 4.30 pm - 9 pm. Tickets are SEK 300.

  • About Antikmässan

    Date: February 13-16, 2020, with a preview on February 12, hours 4.30 pm - 9 pm*.

    Antikmässan has been held every year since 1978. The fair consists of around 200 exhibitors on an area of 4,500 sq.m welcome the visitors.


    Antikmässan is held in partnership with SKAF - the Swedish Art and Antique Dealer Association, which members are also members of the international association Confederation Internationale des Negociants en Oeuvres d´Art (Cinoa).
  • Stockholmsmässan

    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 (Public Transportation)
    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  +46 88-15 00 00
    Taxi Kurir + 46 88-30 00 00
    Taxi 020 + 46 20-20 20 20
    Sverige Taxi + 46 20-35 00 00
    TopCab +46 8 33 33 33

    Book travel, hotel and other activities in Stockholm here

  • Parking spaces_Stockholmsmässan

    Parking

    We have 3 000 parking spaces in our parking garage and in the parking lots surrounding the exhibition center.
     
    Parking fee
    Pay for your parking time with the app Betala P, EasyPark, SMS Park or Parkster. The area code can be found on signs located in the parking area. Download the app here  
    - Parking garage: 60 SEK per hour or 170 SEK per day.
    - Outdoor parking: 50 SEK per hour or 150 SEK per day.
     
    Parking permits
    We have 20 parking spaces near the entrance, reserved for those with parking permits. In total there are about 40 parking spaces reserved especially for the physically disabled with parking cards.
     
    Charging stations for electric cars
    Stockholmsmässan has 12 public charging stations for electric cars in the parking garage, P3.  The electricity that Stockholm Parkering provides is labelled with Good Environmental Choice and comes from renewable sources. For more information »

    Parking spaces 
    Click on the image below to get an overview of our parking spaces around the exhibition center. 

    Parkeringsplatser

  • Stockholmsmässan

    On-site service

    Stockholmsmässan can offer you a lot of on-site services during your visit. See list below.

    Animals
    Animals are not allowed inside the exhibition center. The only exceptions we make are for assistance dogs and show dogs during dog shows.

    ATM
    There is one ATM at Stockholmsmässan.  

    Charge your devices
    Download the app Lectogo to borrow powerbanks from the information desk, by the main entrance. You can bring the powerbank with you while visiting the fair. Lectogo will charge you 5 SEK per started hour. 

    Charging stations for electric cars
    Stockholm Parkering has 8 public charging stations for electric cars at Älvsjö idrottsplats entrance parking, about 450 meters from Stockholmsmässan's main entrance. Charging is free, you only pay regular parking fee. The electricity that Stockholm Parkering provides is labelled with Good Environmental Choice and comes from renewable sources. See more information here
     
    Children’s strollers to borrow 
    You can borrow strollers from the Information at the Main entrance. Show valid ID to borrow a stroller.


    Cloak-rooms
    There are cloak-rooms located at the Main entrance, East entrance, Gallery A and B and in Hall C. The fee is 40 sek for outwear, plus 40 sek for a bag. You can pay by cash or credit card. 

    Deposit boxes
    A limited amount of deposit boxes are located in Gallery A and are subject to a fee with Swedish currency (pay with 10 sek coines). 

     
    Disability access
     
    Elevator
    Elevators are located in the Gallery A and Hall B. There is also an elevator down to Hall B, and from the Main entrance to the indoor parking space. If you need assistance, please contact the Information at the Main entrance.
     
    First Aid
    Our First Aid-room is located between Gallery A and B, behind Pressbyrån. We have a security company present at the facility around the clock, which has training in First Aid. We also have defibrillators around the facility.

    Hearing aids
    Stockholmsmässan has a hearing aid system for hearing impaired people. The hearing aid loop has its own radio reciever, which means that you will hear the performace/lecture very well without disturbing background noise. The hearing aids are available at the following halls: Victoria hall, K1, K2, K11, K21, T1, T2. You can pick them up in the Information desk upon presentation of ID.
     
    Nursing rooms
    Stockholmsmässan has nursing rooms on the venue. You’re welcome to contact the Information at the Main entrance if you want access. 
     
    Payment options
    We accept Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Visa and Maestro. We also accept the following currencies at the cash desk: Euros, Norwegian kroner, Danish kroner, British Pounds and US Dollars.

    Pharmacy
    There is a pharmacy in Älvsjö town centre, and one i the supermarket Willys, both within a five-minute walk from Stockholmsmässan.
     
    Pressbyrån (kiosk & newspapers)
    Located in the lobby by the Main entrance.  
     
    Recycling
    Stockholmsmässan pre-separate at source, and has a well documented sustainability policy. Read more about our work in sustainability here » 
     
    Restrooms
    Restrooms are clearly marked and located around the venue. Restrooms for the disabled are available near the entrances, in the exhibition halls and in the galleries. 
     
    Resraurants
    We have 10 different cafés and restaurants at Stockholmsmässan. See more information here 
     
    Room of silence
    Stockholmsmässan provide a room of silence, where you who need a peaceful moment during your visit can use for prayer, devotion or similiar. Please contact the Information to get access to the room.
     
    Smoking
    Stockholmsmässan has a non-smoking policy. Outdoor smoking is allowed.

    Wheelchairs
    We give free entrance for those who are wheelchair users at some of our fairs because of limited availability. Please contact us for further information. A limited number of wheelchairs can be borrowed from the Information desk by the Main entrance – you will need to show valid ID. It is not possible to book wheelchairs in advance.
  • Mässrestauranger

    Food & Beverage

    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 different 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
    Tel: +46 8 588 822 24

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

  • 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.

    Information
    There is an information desk by the Main entrance and it is open during our events.

    Information desk: +46 8-749 41 11, or +46 8-749 41 13 (we answer during ongoing events opening hours).
    Visitor service: +46 8-749 99 00 (we answer between 08:30 and 16:30 on weekdays),
    visitorservice@stockholmsmassan.se (we answer emails on weekdays).

    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. If you have a permit, parking is free of charge.

    Wheelchairs
    We give free entrance for those who are wheelchair users at some of our fairs because of limited availability. Please contact us for further information. A limited number of wheelchairs can be borrowed from the Information desk by the Main entrance – you will need to show valid ID. It is not possible to book wheelchairs in advance.

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

    Restrooms
    Restrooms for the disabled are available near the entrances, in the exhibition halls and in the galleries.

    Elevators
    A wheelchair-accessible elevator to the second floor is available in Gallery A. There is also an elevator down to Hall B and from the Entrance hall to the indoor parking. If you need assistance, please contact the Information desk in the Entrance Hall.

    Hearing aids
    Stockholmsmässan has a hearing aid system for hearing impaired people. The hearing aid loop has its own radio reciever, whch means that you will hear the performace/lecture very well without disturbing background noise. The hering aids are available at the following halls: Victoria hall, K1, K2, K11, K21, T1, T2. You pick them up in the Information desk upon presentation of ID.

  • 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 »