Royal Highland Show

Thursday 22nd - Sunday 25th June 2017

There is so much to see here it'll take you all weekend to get around and that's before you've even seen any of the livestock!! 

The showground offer shopping opportunities galore. 

Boutique designers from Scotland and across the UK showcase high quality bespoke clothing and accessories not seen on the high street. Look out for contemporary jewellery, handmade bags and one-off creations made from cashmere, tweed and tartan.

 For more information visit or to buy tickets visit: www.royalhighlandshow.org

Royal Highland Show
Royal Highland Show

Things to see and do:

There is so much here to see and do that a weekend just isn't long enough!! Alongside our wonderful friends with the fab tradestands here there is lots to see and do. There is lots of entertainment including live music, shows and diplays. There is also lots to keep the children entertained including the Clan Cycle Stunt team, Wiseman Diaries, Grand Parade, Honey Tent, Storytelling tipi and much much more. Included in the shopping area alongside our wonderful Hiho stand are lots of tradestands which will inspire and enthral you.

As well as all this there is lots of livestock to see and meet. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets now!

Food and Drink:

Food and drink is where Scotland excels and there is a huge selection of food up for grabs at this wonderful show! There is everything from traditional sweets to pizza! There is also a members' dining area which is open to members and their guest which offers a table service and a place for you to put up your feet and relax!

My absolute favourite thing to do at a show like this is to try all the free samples. My family and I often find ourselves not needing to buy lunch after trying all the samples of cheese, sausages, honey, jam, marmalade, sweets, cakes...of course we always do though! It's just so tempting!

Royal Highland Show
Royal Highland Show

Where is it?

The showground is on the west side of Edinburgh and AA signposted on all major approaches. Drivers should not use SatNav on the approaches to the Royal Highland Show but follow the AA signs to the RHS Please be aware that due to the high volume of traffic, there may be some delays but be patient, there is a high number of police on duty whose aim is to keep the traffic flowing.