Please find below some of most asked questions.
Although we love dogs, we operate a strict no dog’s policy for visitors (apart from assistance dogs or those competing).
- Over 44,000 visitors attend the show each day meaning most main avenues are very crowded and unsuitable for visitors walking dogs.
- Over 8,500 animals including livestock and horses are on the showground, some of whom can be agitated by dogs and vice versa.
- Unfortunately not all dog owners clear up dog waste after them which could present a hygiene issue for other visitors.
- Dogs are not allowed to remain in cars in the car parks due to the risk of heat exhaustion, the same if they were walking around the showground on hot days.
- Be kind to your dogs, leave them at home.
Membership to the Yorkshire Agricultural Society includes the following benefits at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show:
Free admission, preferential car parking, use of Members’ facilities and much more.
For more information email email@example.com or call 01423 541000.
Tuesday & Wednesday 7.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday 7.30am – 6.30pm (last card/cash admission 5pm)
Advance tickets are valid for any one day, giving you flexibility when planning your visit.
After ordering your e-tickets, you will receive an order confirmation email, followed by another email which includes your tickets as a pdf attachment.
Please ensure e-tickets are PRINTED out (including the bar code) and shown to the gate staff for scanned authorisation.
Tickets that are on Phones, Tablets etc can cause large delays for you and other customers.
If you have not received your e-tickets, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Car parking on the showground is FREE.
This will be the 160th Great Yorkshire Show! Tuesday 10 – Thursday 12 July 2018.
Tuesday 9 – Thursday 11 July 2019.
Tuesday 14 – Thursday 16 July 2020.
Tickets for the 2018 Great Yorkshire Show will be available to purchase from Tuesday 10 April 2018. Find details on ticket prices here
This information can be found in the Competitors section, where all the entry closing dates are listed. Schedules and Entry Forms are also available for download from these pages.
The use of drones and other similar devices, however operated, are not permitted within the confines of the Showground or car parks.
Baby changing facilities can be found in the Food Hall, Home & Gift Hall and the rotunda toilets behind the Main Ring Grandstand.
Please visit our dedicated vacancies page to find out about the jobs available at the Great Yorkshire Show.
The Discovery Zone is the place within the show where all members of the family can explore in a practical, interactive way the important messages of the day such as Healthy Living, the Environment and the Countryside. Find out more about our educational activities on the Yorkshire Agricultural Society website
Following updated guidance from the Department of Education, some head teachers are taking a tougher line on authorising children’s absences, with some refusing all requests. Disappointingly, for some this includes attending the Great Yorkshire Show.
As an agricultural charity which runs educational activities year round for young people, we strongly believe that a day at the Great Yorkshire Show is not only educational, but unique. It is England’s premier agricultural show and provides an unrivalled opportunity for young people to see first-hand the best of British farming and the countryside – whether it is the story of wool, the role of supermarkets in the supply chain or simply seeing the thousands of animals, from tiny chicks through to prize winning bulls. The “Discovery Zone” is specifically aimed at children covering healthy living, the environment and the countryside. Furthermore, the show is very much a part of the region’s fabric and tradition and gives a strong sense of place.
More than 5,000 children continue visit the show in organized school groups, endorsing our view that is educational and worthwhile – it is not to be put in the same category as a week’s holiday in the sun.
We sincerely hope that head teachers will bear this in mind when the request forms arrive on their desks.
Hospitality guests should dress smartly – but there is no need to wear a tie. We request that guests wear shoes not trainers.
For the comfort of all our guests and enjoyment of our facilities, children, under the age of 18, are not permitted in the Hospitality area.
Countryside Live is held on Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 October 2018 and is organised by the Great Yorkshire Show team. Visit the Countryside Live website to find out more