Looking for unique items of desire? Then the Show has something to suit all tastes and pockets.
If you’ve got a passion for shopping then you need to head for the following areas:-
- Shopping Arcade & Marquee and Crafts Zone – gorgeous items of desire including home
- Equestrian Village – everything you need for both horse and rider – all top brands available
- Outdoor Living – enter via the floral walkway and peruse items for your garden from plants to Swedish barbecue huts
- Food & Drink Hall – come hungry there is so much to try – we challenge you not to buy!
- Motor Zone – looking for new car, pick-up vehicle, quad-bike or motorbike ? You’ll find all major manufacturers represented at the Show
- Lifestyle Village – as the name suggests, this is where you will find the latest lifestyle accessories from phones to spa baths, swimming pools and furniture
SCHOOLS - Let RHET organise your visit to the Show!
Royal Highalnd Education Trust (RHET) aims to provide the opportunity for every child in Scotland to learn about food, farming and the countryside, and to create a wider understanding of the environmental, economic and social realities of rural Scotland. Click on the link at the top of the Show homepage to be redirected.
The Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) Children's Discovery Centre is based in Avenue Q of the showground. The centre is run by the Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) and open to anyone and everyone, offering a range of fun, interactive and hands-on activities for children of all ages. Find out more about RHET in Scotland
- Bookable education programme sessions
- Interactive learning
- Educational drop-in activities
- Guided tours
- Curriculum-linked education packs
NEW - Handcrafts Newsletter (Oct 2014)
For reviews of the 2014 Handcrafts entries and some details of improvements to arrangements and prizes for 2015
This Handcrafts Newsletter (October 2014) outlines some of the changes that have been made to Regulations for the Handcrafst section and provides readers with some news articles.
We hope this encourages your creativity over the winter months and please pass this on to anyone you think may be interested in exhibiting at the Royal Highland Show 18-21 June 2015.
FUTURE SHOW DATES
Future Show dates approved by RHASS Board of Directors in March 2014
The 175th Royal Highland Show will take place on Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st June 2015
Dates for subsequent years -
16-19 June 2016
15-18 June 2017
2015 HANDCRAFTS Schedule out now (revised Sept)
With “the nights fair drawin’ in” it has to be the right time to plan what entries to make in the Handcrafts Competitions for the 2015 Royal Highland Show. Some amendments to the Regulations since the schedule was first issued at this year’s Show, so do read the latest version - no change to the Show dates, but hopefully you will find some nice surprises. The entry form is inside the Schedule.
2014 Show Judging Times and Rings
With over 5000 entries from all over the UK and Ireland, the show will be living up to its “Best Event” award with a magnificent display of beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, horses and poultry.
The Royal Highland Show will be the place to be to view some of the country’s best livestock. The Greatest Show will be a packed house, especially in the cattle hall and sheep marquees. With this level of entries we can promise show visitors some keen competition in the judging rings and, of course, one of the spectacular sights of the show, the grand parades of prize winning cattle and horses.