The showground is open from 8.30 (Please do not come any earlier as entrance will not be possible due to trades stand vehicles moving off the showground). The final attraction in the main ring will be around 5pm.
How do I get to the show?
As we are a fairly new showground our postcode does not quite get you here so please use LE15 6US. We are north of Oakham on the bypass – please see contact page for the map. Car parking is FREE!
There is plenty of free parking at the Rutland Show. Members have an allocated car park close to the entrance of the Show. Please display your Member's Car Pass when you enter the showground to ensure you are directed correctly.
We have a limited number of disabled car parking spaces
available for blue badge holders. The main show ground is very flat and quite easy to manoeuvre a
wheelchair and walk on – however the farther fields are more uneven. We have 5
disabled toilets on the showground please see the map.
Bike parking is available close to the entrance
Can I bring my dog?
YES! The Rutland show has lots to do and see for well-behaved your four legged friends (and well behaved owners!). Please bring dog bags to clear up after your dog and a non-retractable lead.
Is there baby changing facilities?
YES – we have three areas for baby changing please see map on the day
Is there Baby Feeding areas?
YES - We have a dedicated portacabin with electricity by the main toilet block (near the cattle) as you enter the showground.
There is a FREE shuttle bus service from Uppingham and Oakham. The timetable will be published in May and will be on this website
Where do I buy tickets?
Tickets are available Online – available from March. Click the yellow ticket icon on the home page.
Who is eligible for concessions?
Children and young people under 18 years old have free entry to the show.
First Aid and doctors are available
What catering will there be?
We have a wide range of food and
drink available at the show. Check out delicious local produce in the
Larder area or try one of our many catering outlets. Bars are located in
the main food court, the Larder and close to the main ring.
Vets and farriers
Oakham Vets will be attending as well as Stephen Hill our farrier.
Toilets including disabled toilets are available in the main Pavilion building, and in the toilet block near the entrance. Additional temporary toilets are located around the show.
How do I trade at the Show?
If you would like to trade at the show, you may apply for a trade stand using the application pack under the show tab. Closing date for applications is May 1st.
How do I exhibit at the Show?
Schedules for cattle, sheep, equine, poultry and goats are available to download on the Competitors Page. You can use the online entry system to enter. Entry forms are also available to download if you prefer to send your entries in by post.
Can I get cash at the Show?
Sorry, there isn't a cash point at the show. The nearest ATM is outside the BP garage/M&S Food Store on the roundabout by the entrance of the showground.
The Rutland Show June 2nd 2019
National Street Rod Association – Hot Rod & Pre 1972 Custom Car Show 14th–16th June. Open to Public 16th June only. Car show with trade stalls and family entertainment. Visit www.nsra.org.uk
Rutland Food, Drink & Craft Festival 6th & 7th July. Celebrity chefs, family entertainment and workshops for all ages. Visit www.livingheritagefoodfestivals.co.uk
Empingham Dogs Agility Event 18th-20th July. Club members only, not open to the public.
Guildhall Antique Fairs 3rd & 4th August. Crammed with quirky antiques, vintage and collectables. Visit www.guildhallantiquefairs.co.uk
Rutland Mistletoe Fair 2019 25th-27th October. Start your Christmas shopping in style, with scores of stalls selling a wonderful selection of gifts, treats, decorations, handicrafts and toys. Visit www.shopforsomethingdifferent.com