International Sales Exhibition of Minerals, Fossils, Jewels and Natural Products
Facts & Figures:
The sales exhibition Minerals Brno is one of the largest mineralogical events in the Czech Republic.
- Minerals, precious stones, jewelery
- Healing stones, fossils, natural products, home accessories, literature
Purchase directly from importers, collectors and producers.
- Full name: International Sales Exhibition of Minerals, Fossils, Jewels and Natural Products
- Date: 20.-21.11. 2021
- Venue: Brno Exhibition Centre
- Organizer: BVV Trade Fairs Brno
Sector focus: Lifestyle & Leisure, Travel, Sports
The 42nd International Sales Exhibition of Minerals, Fossils, Jewellery and Natural Products will dominate Hall B of the Brno Exhibition Centre on 21 - 22 November 2020. Last year, the exhibition attracted enormous interest from visitors and exhibitors alike. If you want to be part of this successful event, do not hesitate to register for too long. You have a chance to take advantage of better price offers for exhibitors until the end of September.
Due to the current ban on holding large group events, including the organization of trade fairs and the generally uncertain “force majeure” situation, the management of BVV Brno Trade Fairs decided to move the Minerals Brno exhibition to an alternative date of 27-28 June 2020. A final decision on the exhibition will be taken no later than 31 May 2020.
Autumn at the Brno Exhibition Centre. Minerals Brno exhibition attracts with goods from all over the world and a showcase of local mineral resources
Another edition of the popular international sales exhibition Minerals Brno will dominate the Brno Exhibition Centre. Sellers of minerals, fossils, natural products and jewellery will meet in Hall B on 16 and 17 November. In addition to a wide range of products to buy, visitors can also look forward to a unique exhibition of the mineral wealth of the South Moravian region.
This year, visitors of the Minerals of Brno (16 - 17 November 2019) can look forward to an accompanying exhibition, where selected examples of minerals from several important mineralogical localities in South Moravia will be presented. The exhibition is a follow-up to last year's exceptionally successful exhibition, which focused on the same geographical area and presented highly attractive examples from local pegmatite sites.
Hundreds of interesting pegmatites will be seen at the exhibition "Significant mineralogical sites of South Moravia", which will accompany the Autumn Minerals Brno fair. On 17 and 18 of November, all those who want to take a look at the best of the Moravian sites should head to the Brno Exhibition Centre.