General Visitor Information
10am until 5pm each day. Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th September.
Advance purchase tickets are £5 each or £7.50 on the door.
Tickets are free for the under 13s when purchased with an adult ticket.
It is advised that you don't bring pushchairs into the venue. If you wish to do so you must add a pushchair pass to your ticket purchase. These are free but limited in number and will not be available on the door. This is simply to keep visitor numbers at a safe level.
Tickets are non refundable with the exception of full event cancellation by the organiser.
The venue is wheelchair friendly and step free. There are disabled toilet facilities. A number of + carer tickets are available. In order to ensure this system is not abused by those not in need, door staff will ask to see proof, such as a letter from the DWP or carer ID card.
Getting to the Showground Arena - From the RNAA website
Norfolk Showground is conveniently located on the A47 west of Norwich, close to the A11 and only 20 minutes from Norwich rail station and the airport.
By Car – Postcode for Sat Nav: NR5 0TP
From the North and West – easily situated just off the A47 Norwich Southern Bypass at the A1074 Longwater Interchange.
From the South and East – Travelling to Norwich via the A11 from London any beyond or A140 from Ipswich, take the A47 westbound and follow the signs for Norfolk Showground.
The nearest Railway Station is Norwich, approximately 7 miles from Norfolk Showground.
The following bus services stop directly outside the Showground:
Konectbus Service Number 4,
First Bus Service X1
Parking is free for all visitors and attendants will be on site to assist.
Food and Drink
There will be a number of 5* quality food vendors on site serving everything from coffee, cake, vegan and meat based street food and alcohol. There will be a covered seating area and plenty of outdoor space. Pitch prices are far lower than at other events this size, allowing our vendors to pass their savings on to you.
Qualified first aid will be available on site.
Workshops and Demonstrations
A number of free mini workshops and demonstrations will be happening over the weekend.
There will also be paid workshops and classes with our makers and artists. These will be ticketed and paid for in advance. The announcement page can be found here.
You need to buy a ticket for the event in addition to your workshop cost as these are run and charged by the individual maker, not the organiser.
Workshops will be announced on social media and through our mailing list.
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Music and Activities
There will be live music throughout the weekend. A number of fun, free activities will be added to the family and kids activity page.