RHS app launched to enhance visitor experience
The Royal Highland Show is launching a FREE RHS app designed to making visiting the Show a more enjoyable and interactive experience.
The app has been designed to provide the best way of navigating around the showground, allowing visitors to plan their day so as not to miss out on any of the exciting activities, classes, exhibits and shopping.
Featuring an interactive map of the Ingliston Showground, users can access an overview of what is going on in each area and be provided with wayfinding routes across the site.
The app will also enable Show organisers to highlight in real time specific ‘not to be missed’ events and attractions, such as the start of the Grand Parade, celebrity chef demonstrations or the show jumping Grand Prix.
Users will also be able to quickly access links to live results from the Showground as well as stream RHS TV straight to their devices.
The app release comes as the Show celebrates its bicentenary in 2022, marking 200 years since the very first Highland Show took place in 1822. The app will also compliment the brand-new RHS TV, which will see a dynamic mix of live and pre-recorded content from the Show broadcast online throughout the four days, all available to access for free.
The app can be downloaded on both iPhone and Android devices and is available for free in both the App Store and Google Play.
Mark Currie, Director of Operations at the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), organisers of the Royal Highland Show, said:
“The RHS app marks another exciting step forward into the future for the Royal Highland Show, allowing visitors to experience the Show like never before.
“We know there is simply so much to see at the Show that some people don’t know half of what’s going on, so the RHS app will make sure they can experience as much as possible!”
The Royal Highland Show, supported by the Royal Bank of Scotland, will take place 23-26th June 2022. Tickets, including for car parking, must be pre-purchased online this year and no tickets will be available to buy on the gate. Tickets are limited in number this year with sell out days anticipated, so it is advised to purchase early. The Show will be broadcast online this year via the Event Scotland/Scottish Government funded RHS TV. For further information and to purchase tickets please visit www.royalhighlandshow.org.