Is the SIHH open to the public?
No, the SIHH is a trade fair and only open to Fine Watch professionals who have been invited and registered by the exhibiting brands and registered with the FHH.
Where is the SIHH held?
The SIHH is held in Geneva at Palexpo Exhibition Center (Hall 6 - Access via Hall 5), 500 meters from Geneva airport.
What are the SIHH opening times?
Januray 20th to 22th 2014: 8.30am - 7pm
January 23rd 2014: 8.30am - 8.30pm
January 24th 2014: 8.30am - 7pm
How do I get to the SIHH?
By Car: Visitors can use P12 underground car park (paying), under Hall 5, open 24/24 throughout the duration of the Show.
By Train: From Genève - Cornavin station to «Genève Aéroport » (terminus).
By Bus TPG: Visitors can reach Palexpo by public transport (Transport public Genevois). SIHH badge-holders can travel free of charge on presentation of their badge (Unireso).
By official transport: from the airport and the hotels in Geneva town center to the SIHH.
Access and accreditation
Can I enter the SIHH if I'm not registered?
You will be refused entrance if you have not been registered by one of the exhibiting brand.
How can I get accreditation?
Journalists should contact the press coordinator for their market.
Retailers should contact the SIHH exhibiting brands in their market.
Will I be asked to show ID?
Yes. You will be asked to show an official document in your name to prove your identity.
Can I enter the SIHH without an invitation?
An invitation alone is not sufficient. You must also have been registered by an exhibiting brand.
Can I use someone else's invitation?
No. Each invitation is strictly personal. Any requests to modify invitations must be made to your brand contact person.
Is the SIHH a non-smoking event?
Yes. The SIHH is non-smoking.
Are animals allowed?
No. Animals are not permitted.
Is there a minimum age for children?
Children are not admitted. The minimum age for admission is 16. All persons wishing to enter the Show must have been registered first.
Can I get authorisation to take photos?
Taking photos is stricktly forbidden. Journalists wishing to take photos must report to the Press Club where they will be given a photo accreditation sticker in exchange for their business card.