What do I wear?
As we all know, Scotland’s weather can be notoriously unpredictable, even in the height of summer!
That’s why it’s best to come prepared – always check the weather before setting off on the day and be ready to experience all four seasons in one day! Essentials to take include a waterproof jacket, light layers, sensible footwear, and sun screen.
What is there to eat?
Food and drink are one of the most exciting parts of the Royal Highland Show experience. The food and drink hall, Scotland’s Larder, sees artisanal produce from Scotland on display, eat, meet and buy delicious tastes of Scotland.
Once visitors have sampled their way around Scotland’s Larder, they’ll be able to see the results of this year’s Scottish Bread, Honey, Cheese, Butter and Ice Cream Championships unfold.
If you’re still feeling peckish afterwards, there is a fantastic selection of food-to-go stands on every corner of the Showground. The Royal Highland Show’s strict Food Charter ensures that only locally produced and ethically sourced food be served at the Show – from delicious venison burgers to tasty fish and chips, finished off with a bowl of Scottish strawberries bursting with flavour.