DIGA Aldersbach

16. - 18. August 2024 | The Garden Show | regional Fair

The DIGA Gartenmesse, one of Germany's largest and most picturesque garden fairs, has been a staple event in the calendar since 2004. The acronym 'DIGA' stands for 'Die Gartenmesse,' translating to 'The Garden Fair.' It is annually organized in August by SüMa Maier Veranstaltungs GmbH in Aldersbach. The event takes place in the historical monastery and Baroque garden of Aldersbach, a charming small community nestled in the heart of Lower Bavaria. Situated about 20 kilometers west of Passau, it is set amidst the scenic Vilstal valley landscape.

The fair has earned an exceptional reputation both regionally and nationally, attracting numerous visitors each year. The fair is primarily centered around gardening topics and offers a comprehensive array of products and services. From plants and flowers to garden furniture, tools, and consultation services for garden planning and design, the fair has something for everyone. The exhibitors mainly hail from the sectors of horticulture, landscape design, and home and garden supplies. The DIGA Gartenmesse Aldersbach is one among several garden fairs that are organized under the 'DIGA Gartenmesse' banner across various locations in Germany. The venue, the Baroque garden of the monastery, is a favored choice for hosting events. In conclusion, the DIGA Gartenmesse Aldersbach offers an unforgettable experience for all garden enthusiasts. It presents an opportunity to stay informed about the latest trends, discover unique products, and draw inspiration from the beautiful gardens, all while basking in the idyllic atmosphere of Aldersbach. The Aldersbach Monastery is renowned not only for its striking Baroque church and world-famous brewery museum but also for its beautifully manicured Baroque garden, which is a highlight for all garden lovers. The serene ambiance of the monastery and Baroque garden provides the perfect backdrop for this event. It promises to be a fantastic experience for the entire family and an unmissable event for every garden enthusiast.

For the twelfth time there is the DIGA on 3 days from Fri., 16.08.2024 to Sun., 18.08.2024 in Aldersbach.

In 86 days
16.08.2024 - 18.08.2024*
Friday - Sunday, 3 days
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Local time:
13:36 h (UTC +02:00)

Fair location:

Kloster Aldersbach,
Freiherr-von-Aretin-Platz 1, 94501 Aldersbach, Bavaria, Germany


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Fair organizer
SüMa Maier Veranstaltungs GmbH
Peter-Krauseneck Str. 12
79618 Rheinfelden, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)7623 741920
Fax: +49 (0)7623 7419220
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Past editions:
  • 18. - 20. August 2023
  • 19. - 21. August 2022
  • 20. - 22. August 2021
  • 16. - 18. August 2019
  • 17. - 19. August 2018
  • 25. - 27. August 2017
    • 7000 visitors
  • 22. - 24. July 2016
  • 15. - 17. August 2014

Fair location:

Kloster Aldersbach,
Freiherr-von-Aretin-Platz 1, 94501 Aldersbach, Bavaria, Germany


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Product groups: ceramics, conservatories, decorative items, flowers, fountains, garden facilities, garden furniture, garden technology, herbs, plants, ponds, terracotta, …

Disclaimer: No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information. Errors and alterations excepted! Fair dates and exhibition sites are subject to change by the respective trade fair organiser.


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Where does the DIGA taking place?
The DIGA fair takes place in Aldersbach, at the Kloster Aldersbach.

When is the DIGA taking place?
Visit the DIGA from 16. - 18. August 2024.

How often does the DIGA take place?
The DIGA takes place annually.

What kind of fair is the DIGA?
The DIGA is an exhibition for Plants, Garden Furniture and Horticulture.