Whether trade visitor ticket or private visitor ticket. Here you will find all the information.
The most important facts in brief
- Ticket sales from mid-August 2021
- Only online day tickets
- 20 - 24 October 2021
- Limited number of day tickets
- Opening hours: 9:00 - 18:30 (Sundays until 17:30)
- Comprehensive hygiene concept
2021 ticket options at a glance
|Trade visitor tickets|
|Day ticket||€ 49,-|
|Day ticket reduced*||€ 20,-|
|Private visitor tickets - Friday 22 October from 14:00, 23 and 24 October 2021|
|Day ticket||€ 19,-|
|Day ticket reduced*||€ 10,-|
|Children's day ticket (0-6 years - only valid when accompanied by an adult)||€ 0,-|
*The following groups are entitled to purchase reduced tickets - proof required at the entrance:
- Trade visitors: students, booksellers, librarians, trainees and apprentices in the book and media industry
- Private visitors: schoolchildren, students, pensioners, the unemployed, people with disabilities (from degree of disability 50), holders of the Frankfurt Pass and Culture Pass
Persons in wheelchairs or disabled persons with a "B" on their disabled person's pass will be admitted free of charge for themselves and their companion on presentation of their disabled person's pass. As admission this year is only possible with personalised online tickets, please register your requirements in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be part of it again - we will ensure your safety
Keeping you healthy is our top priority! We want to ensure that everyone remains safe and secure at all times, which is why we’ve collaborated with experts to develop a health and safety plan. From social distancing to air circulation – here’s an overview.
Ticket information for exhibitors and journalists
Frankfurter Buchmesse 2021 is supported by German Minister and Commissioner for Culture and Media, as part of the country’s NEUSTART KULTUR stimulus package. The aim of the funding is to enable as many exhibitors from Germany and abroad as possible to take part in Frankfurter Buchmesse 2021 during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.