VISITING THE SHOW

Want to walk, drive or use public transport? Find out how you can get to the Rutland Show.

What’s on at the Show? 

There’s so much to enjoy at the show – family entertainment and attractions, dogs at work, rural crafts, live music, fabulous shopping and so much more.

Parking & traffic routes 

How to get to the show, where to park and shuttle bus timetables.

Ticket information

Adults
(16 years and over)
£12.50 online*
£14.50 on the gate
Children (under 16)
£2.00 online*
£2.00 on the gate
Under 4s go FREE
No concessions

*+£1 Online booking fee

GETTING HERE

Click below to find out the options for getting to the show.

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Oakham train station is a 15 minute walk from the Rutland Showground. Oakham is served directly by trains from Birmingham, Leicester, Stamford, Peterborough and Cambridge and all stations in between.

The Rutland Showground is a 20 minute walk from the centre of Oakham.

Rutland County Show Bus Timetable - June - 2nd - 2024

FAQS

Here are some frequently asked questions about the show.

The show is open from 9am to 5pm

Yes - there's plenty of free parking at the Rutland Show and a disabled parking area loctated closer to the entrance point of the show.

There is disabled car parking available in both car parks that is located closer to the show entrance.
There is also disabled toilet facilities available in the Pavilion building.
Unfortunately we do not offer mobility scooters to visitors.

Well behaved dogs are welcome on non-retractable leads. Please ensure that you are prepared to clean up after your dog.

Tickets can be bought on the day from the ticket office located at the main entrance to the show through Gate 1.
Gate prices
Adult (16 years and over) £14.50
Child (15 years and under) £2.00

The nearest cashpoint is located at BP petrol station on the wall of the Marks & Spencer Food shop.

There are lots of delicious food and drink options available at the show but do feel free to bring a picnic. There are some picnic tables available as well as seating around the rings or you could bring a blanket and find a quiet spot to enjoy your picnic.

Handwashing facilities are provided close to the livestock areas as well as in the toilet facilities throughout the show.

A large proportion of the show is situated on well drained sports fields, so unless there has been extensive rainfall in the days leading up to the show, wellies will be unnecessary.