Expo 2015 Opens May 1st Exploring the theme "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life" for six months, Expo 2015 is just northwest of the center of Milan accessible from the Rho Metro Station. The exposition site covers 110 hectares (272 acres) and is expected to attract more than 20 million visitors from 01 May 2015 to 31 October 2015.
This site hopes to help guest make the most of their visit. A world's fair can take days or even weeks to see everything. As new information becomes available, we'll update it here with overviews of the various national, corporate, and theme pavilions as well as the top ten pavilions to visit.
How do you get to the site? We've got that covered, as well.
We also invite you to help us preserve the artifacts and memories of Expo 2015 for future generations through the Expo 2015+100 Archive.
ExpoMuseum.com's Twitter Feed
ExpoMuseum.com maintains a Twitter feed about world's fairs past, present, and future. During Expo 2015, many posts will naturally focus on Expo 2015.
Expo 2015 is part of history and you're a part of it.
World's fair leave behind a physical legacy as well as less tangible legacies. The Expo 2015+100 Archive hopes to capture both of these. We're collecting ephemeral items related to the event as well as stories related to the item. How was it used? Where could it be found?