We're doing all we can to ensure you have an enjoyable and safe Winter Art & Antiques Fair, in the easiest way possible! On this page you can read about the changes we have made to help keep everyone safe.
Our commitment to keeping you safe
Face coverings are no longer mandatory, however the Art and Antique Fair will be "mask friendly", so you may choose to wear one or not.
Note for exhibitors: This includes anyone entering the show at build up, open and breakdown.
There will be wider aisles to reduce areas of high crowd density and improve attendee flow.
There will also be multiple entrances which will enable management of queues.
COVID-19 status check will be required as a condition of entry for build-up, open and breakdown. *scroll down for more information
Olympia London have upgraded their filtration systems to ensure clean and safe air is circulated throughout the venue and all areas are supplemented with natural ventilation. They have also done the following:
This year, we require proof of COVID status upon entry for everyone. For residents in England, this can be shown via the NHS App or a letter and can be one of the following:
The NHS App is simple to set up, however we recommend that you do this well in advance as it can take up to 24 hours to verify your identity.
If you do not have a smart phone or do not wish to use the app, you can request a letter displaying your NHS COVID Pass.
If you wish to prove your status via a Lateral Flow Test, you can order them online or pick them up at any chemist or test site.
Exhibitor badges are available for collection during the build-up from the Organisers Office on the Gallery Level of the Grand Hall.
Exhibitor manuals will include specific
details of what our exhibitors need to
execute for the enhanced safety and
While there are no government restrictions in place with regards to stand layout, we recommend you design your stand space with others comfort and well-being in mind.
What to consider:
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