Have a question about the show? Use our useful FAQs to find out all the information you need.
What are the dates for the 2020 show?
Wednesday 1 & Thurday 2 July 2020.
When do tickets go on sale for the 2020 show?
Tickets for the 2020 are now on sale. Click here to buy tickets.
What are the ticket prices for 2020?
Details on tickets for 2020 can be found by clicking here.
What time does the show open?
Gates open at 8am on Wednesday 1 July 2020.
How do you get to the show?
The Royal Norfolk Show is very easy to get to – we are just off the A47 Norwich Southern Bypass at the A1074 on Longwater Interchange junction. The route will be well signposted on all major roads in the area.
The gates to the Royal Norfolk Show open at 8am each day.
On the Wednesday evening there will be evening entertainment until approximately 10pm. On Thursday the show closes at 6pm.
Set off early to beat traffic, buy entry and parking tickets before you go to get the most out of your Show
For more information, read our page on getting to the show by clicking here
Where can I park?
We have several car parks to choose from, although you will be automatically directed to the first one you approach unless you indicate otherwise.
From A47 Dereham/Swaffham choose Red Car Park. This is close to Trade Stands, the Countryside Area, Grand Ring, Members complex and Horse Rings.
From the A11/A47 east choose Blue Car Park. This is closer to the Livestock Area, St Walstan’s Restaurant, Flower & Garden Show and Trade Stands.
From Norwich/Dereham Road choose Green Car Park. This is close to the Flower & Garden Show, Trade Stands, Crafts and Livestock.
What are the car parking prices?
You can purchase free parking with every advanced online purchase - it is available for purchase for £6 from ticket outlets and on the day.
Is there a show map?
Yes, and we have a new show map for this year - click here to view or download the map.
Where can I get a disabled car pass?
We are no longer offering disabled car passes but all Blue Badge holders will be given forward parking by stewards. Advisable to arrive early to ensure a space.
What disabled facilities are at the show?
For a full run down of our disabled facilities please click here
When does everything finish?
We have an exciting extended evening planned for the Wednesday evening with a wide selection of stands remaining open, the Grand Ring programme running until 8pm as well as music until 10pm.
We close our gates at 4pm on the Thursday but the closing ceremony in the Grand Ring finishes around 7pm.
Can I drop my children off at the event and pick them up later?
We're very proud to be a family friendly show but no under 17s will be allowed entry to the Royal Norfolk Show unless accompanied by an adult ticketholder.
If I come after I collect my child from school, how much will it cost?
On the Wednesday evening, children can come into the Show from 4pm for only £5 (adults £10).
I’m a member and have got my tickets, but now I have a guest who has decided to come, how can I get them in as my guest tomorrow?
Pay for a normal admission ticket at the gate then come to the show office to upgrade your guest to a member’s guest.
My membership tickets have not arrived, what shall I do?
Pay for a normal admission ticket at the gate then come to the show office where your details can be confirmed and a member’s badge, ticket and car pass for the second day of the show can be given to you. If you complete a refund form you will be sent a refund after the show.
Can I become a member on the day of the show?
Yes you can become a member on the day of the show by upgrading your entrance ticket to a membership at the show office, you will then be given an entrance ticket and car parking pass for the second day of the show.
Are dogs allowed at the show?
Dogs are welcome at the Royal Norfolk Show provided they are kept on a lead at all times and litter disposed of in the special bins provided. Except for guide dogs, they are not allowed in any eating areas and areas dedicated to food and drink such as the Adnams Food and Drink Experience and the Flavours Food Hub. Dogs are welcome in animal areas but cannot enter livestock marquees or buildings. Please do not leave dogs in cars.
Do you offer car share to the showground?
If you are coming to the Show by car and have spare seats, or if you’d like a lift to the showground visit the Norfolk County Council Car Share site. Share the journey and share the travel and car park costs.
What is the free child tagging service you run?
Child safety is incredibly important to us at the Royal Norfolk Show, so to ensure that no-one gets lost, we offer a fantastic service where your child will be provided with a wristband with your phone number on it, just in case. This is run by the Lions Club International and available at all entrance gates for children, adults, dogs etc.
Are their baby changing and breast feeding facilities at the show?
A breast feeding unit is available on second drive at The Parent and Baby Show stand. There are also baby changing facilities in the disabled section of every toilet block on the Showground.
Where can i find first aid at the Royal Norfolk Show?
St John Ambulance will have several first aid units across the showground - just look for the red cross ambulance icons on the map. We also have a medical centre in the MacGregor Building near the Show Office. In an emergency, you should always call 999.