Royal Highland Show Visitor Information

The Royal Highland Show runs from Thursday 18th June to Sunday 21st June 2020.

You can choose to come to the Royal Highland Show on any of the four days, as our tickets permit single entry to any one Show Day. 

Tickets and Car Parking can be purchased in advance or on the day from our ticket partner Ticketmaster  

Children Go Free :Children aged 15 or under will be admitted free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult. 

Disabled Visitors:  All visitors to the Royal Highland Show must purchase a ticket to enter. However, if you require the assistance of a carer in order to access the Show then your carer would be permitted free of charge to the Royal Highland Show .Please let gate staff know that the person accompanying you is your carer when you arrive and they will be permitted to enter. 

Groups :  Discounts are available for groups  ( 11 or more tickets ) - to book please call our dedicated group booking line on  0844 844 2121

Tickets will be posted out no later than 5 days before the event, but if you buying as a gift. - once you have purchased your ticket you can create a personalised gift receipt. Just follow the link on your confirmation email

For all  ticket queries please call Ticketmaster customer service on 0333 321 9999

Opening Hours of the Show 

Thursday - Saturday: 07.00am - 20.00pm

Sunday 07.00am - 18:00pm

Specific opening and closing times within areas of the Showground can be found here

Visitors to the Royal Highland Show: Please read the Royal Highland Show Code of Conduct and Conditions of Entry

Royal Highland Show Public Safety

At The Royal Highland Show (RHS), your safety and security is our number one priority.  While the event is very much a safe place to visit, we are never complacent and so this year, the Police Scotland Project Servator team is working in partnership with the RHS team to provide extra reassurance to showgoers.

This means intelligence-led, visible police deployments will be at the show as well especially-trained uniformed police officers supported by other police and plain clothed officers. There will also be added security measures such as CCTV and vehicle checks. 

As always, the public can play a vital role by being our extra eyes and ears. Please remain vigilant and tell a police officer or member of staff, or call us on 101, if something doesn’t feel right. In an emergency always dial 999. 

Find out more about Project Servator or follow @EdinburghPolice #ProjectServator

We hope you have a safe and enjoyable visit to the Royal Highland Show – see you there!

Plan Your Day

Whether you're from the city or the countryside, a veteran Show-goer or a first time visitor - The Royal Highland Show has something for everyone.  From competitions, demonstrations and displays, to music and entertainment, shopping and Showjumping and Scotland's Larder Live! It's the one place you can meet, touch, smell, taste and take home the best in the country.

Visitors to the Royal Highland Show: Please read the Royal Highland Show Code of Conduct and Conditions of Entry