denkmal is THE leading European trade fair for Preservation, Restoration and Old Building Renovation. It is a meeting place for national and international trade visitors that offers a wealth of networking opportunities. Come and join us at denkmal 2022, where the latest innovations in this long-established sector will once again be presented and you can enjoy the diverse programme.
|denkmal at a glance|
|Dates||24 to 26 November 2022|
|Opening Times||Thursday and Friday: 9 am to 6 pm|
Saturday: 9:30 am to 6 pm
|Venue||Leipziger Messe GmbH|
Hall 2 and Congress Center Leipzig (CCL)
|Prices||Day Pass 19.00 EUR |
Reduced Day Pass 12.00 EUR
Full Fair ticket 28.00 EUR
Tickets will be available from the middle of September 2022
According to the current Corona Protection Ordinance of the Saxon state government, there are no longer any restrictions. If the minimum distance of 1.50m cannot be maintained, we recommend wearing a medical mouth-nose covering. If you have any symptoms of illness, please refrain from attending the event.
Good Reasons to Visit the Leading European Trade Fair
denkmal is the leading European trade fair for preservation, restoration and old building renovation. It provides excellent insights into all facets of the industry. Well-known companies with special products, national and international market leaders, monument preservation specialists, craftsmen, restorers, institutions and educational establishments will all be present and are looking forward to your visit. There are plenty of good reasons for you to visit denkmal 2022!
Unique Interdisciplinary Product Variety
Only denkmal in Leipzig can offer you a complete market overview, with excellent insights into all facets of preservation, restoration and old building renovation. 448 exhibitors from 19 different countries presented their product highlights in 2018.
These included renowned companies from: the construction sector, industry players including companies with specialised products, market leaders, specialist companies in the field of preservation, restorers, architects and institutions..
Knowledge Transfer for Everyone
Intergenerational knowledge transfer is essential in order to pass on traditions to the next generation and preserve cultural heritage.
denkmal has much on offer for the skilled workers of the future. It provides information on job profiles, training opportunities, professional and further education institutions and training centres. It also offers details on specific courses at universities, technical colleges and schools as well as on apprenticeships and internships. Those interested can also obtain an overview of opportunities for a year of voluntary social service or for taking part in youth projects. Many exhibitors also offer products and services for the skilled workers of the future.
Inspirational Craftspeople and Restorers
Experts from the fields of monument preservation and restoration will be sharing their knowledge, providing inspiration and showing off their trades over the course of this three-day trade fair.
The focus at denkmal will be on traditional, rare and old crafts as well as handicraft treasures. You can feel the passion in the "live workshops" and activity areas. Experience old arts, traditional crafts and restoration techniques up close. Stucco, wood, stone, metal, clay, colours and textiles can all be felt and touched as denkmal brings these materials to life for all its visitors.
"Live workshops" offer a chance to look over specialists' shoulders and get involved by trying out the trades of carpenters, joiners, roofers, stonemasons, plasterers, clay builders, painters and weavers, girdlers and mosaicists as well as academic restorers.
The Number 1 Fair for Professional and Advanced Training in Europe
denkmal is Europe's most important further education event for preservation, restoration and old building renovation.
Over 200 practical events will be taking place around the City of Leipzig, in the Congress Centre Leipzig and at exhibitors' stands and forums in the halls during the three days of the trade fair.
In 2018, over 6,600 participants informed themselves in various workshops, congresses and lectures. The programme is rounded off with award ceremonies, members' meetings, cooperation exchanges, panel discussions, project presentations, best practice examples, special shows and much more.
Connected and Connecting Throughout Europe
Thanks to the strong international presence at denkmal, you can enjoy cross-border networking with all of your German and international peers. 14,200 people attended the last denkmal and MUTEC, with one in nine visitors coming from abroad.
In 2018, interesting foreign representations and expert delegations came from Russia, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Poland, but also Israel, Belgium, Luxembourg, Romania, China and the USA. The CONTACT cooperation exchange, organised by the Leipzig Chamber of Skilled Crafts and further partners, supports networking between exhibitors and visitors.
Unique Trade Fair Combination
Together with the parallel MUTEC, the international trade fair for museum and exhibition technology, denkmal represents an unparalleled combination of trade fairs that covers all aspects of the preservation of cultural heritage.