What is Maamess?

Maamess is the biggest rural fair in Baltic States. It involves four themes: agriculture, forestry, gardening and food.

Who should visit Maamess?

Maamess is meeting place for all people who are interested about agriculture, forestry, gardening or food. During three days you can share experiences and get new contacts with local and foreign enterprisers. In Maamess you can meet producers and sellers of agricultural products and machinery; foresters and farmers; gardeners and beekeepers etc. Maamess is worth visiting with whole family.

When does Maamess take place?

Maamess is opened to visitors on Thursday, April 20 at 10 a.m. and closed at 6 p.m. On Friday, April 21 we expect visitors between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. On Saturday, April 22 the fair is opened from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where does Maamess take place and how to get there?

Maamess extends over six halls, as well as outdoor sites around the fair centre. Tartu Fairs address is Fr.R. Kreutzwaldi 60, Tartu.

By Bus?

You can use public transport buses number 6, 16, 16a, 8 and 20 that lead directly to bus stop “Tartu Näitused”.

What should a driver know?

Free parking is available for visitors at the lower parking lot of Tartu Laululava. For buses we kindly ask to pre-registrate parking spaces which are located next to fair centre. Please follow the signs and labels and be patience and understanding in case of potential snarl-up.

How much does the ticket cost?

Adults 9€
Three-day pass 20€
Presale 8€ [Piletilevi]
Pupil, students, pensioners 6€
Family ticket 20€
Group tickets 7€ (at least 15 persons)
Pre-school children FREE


Click HERE to see Maamess program.