The majority of the most important trade fairs in Brazil take place in the Anhembi Parque’s Exhibition Pavilion. Since it hosted the Automobile Show in 1970, when it was first inaugurated, the largest and most traditional space for fairs and events in Latin America has played an important role in this market in São Paulo.
The Pavilion is subdivided into three areas: North, South, and West, all in a single storey. Like all the other venues in the Anhembi Parque, it is a large multifunctional area and capacity to receive up to three events at the same time.
The Monumental Gateway, erected at the entrance to the Pavilion, can be used as sophisticated visiting room for the largest trade fairs in the country. It has a large terrace with panoramic views over the internal area.
The Anhembi Parque Exhibition Pavilion also includes the Anhembi Center for Public Bodies (CAP), which includes the Engineering and Traffic command posts, Tourism Delegacy, Metropolitan Civil guard and District City Hall of Santana. Guarantees security for visitors and tranquility for organizers.
- Area of 72,530 m², divided into North, South and West pavilions
- Ten food kiosks
- Indoor washrooms
- Monumental Gateway with 3,370 m², divided into two floors, with spaces for rooms, auditorium, fixed washrooms, panoramic elevator, restaurant, gardens and terrace.