Royal Highland Show returns

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The Royal Highland Show is returning this year, with the first full show since 2019 taking place at Ingliston from Thursday June 23 to Sunday 26 June.

This year is a significant milestone in the show’s history with celebrations planned to mark the 200th anniversary since the first show was held in 1822.

The four-day event provides a unique opportunity for visitors to get up close to prize livestock, taste an amazing array of premium food and drink, and experience rural life at its most vibrant.


With a big wheel, newly redesigned food and drink hall, Scotland’s Larder, a bustling countryside area, tons of activities for the kids, huge exhibits of machinery, exciting displays of farriery and forestry and shopping opportunities aplenty – there’s something for everyone

In a change for this year, all tickets, including car parking, must be booked in advance with no tickets available on the gate. As always, children aged 15-and-under go free when accompanied by a paying adult (free tickets must also be booked in advance).

For further information and to purchase tickets please visit royalhighlandshow.org.