Royal Highland Show

The Royal Highland Show is the flagship event of Scottish charity the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland.

The 4 day event, this year celebrating its 200th anniversary of the first Show held in 1822, is the pinnacle of the agricultural calendar.

Each year over 1,000 trade exhibitors, over 2,000 livestock competitors entering into 900+ competitions (with over 6,500 animals) and tens of thousands of visitors come to the Royal Highland Show to experience the best of farming, food and rural life.

Royal Highland Show Tickets

Looking to go to the Royal Highland show this year?

Monday to Saturday 7am - 7pm,
Sunday 11am - 7pm

The Show offers a great day out for all the family, with something for everyone to enjoy. Showcasing the finest displays of Scotland’s livestock, machinery and technical innovation, produce, equine displays, countryside pursuits and educational workshops.

There is a fantastic programme of music and entertainment to enjoy along with a plethora of Scottish produce to sample in Scotland's Larder Live!

Walking routes to Royal Highland Centre


Please note: the South Entrance (green walking route) is only open during the Royal Highland Show.

Using the tram is an inexpensive way to travel to the Royal Highland Centre while helping to reduce road congestion in and around the venue. Shuttle buses will be running to/from Ingliston Park and Ride to get you to the show!

Tram Stops

Edinburgh Airport Ingliston Park & Ride Gogarburn Edinburgh Gateway Gyle Centre Edinburgh Park Central Edinburgh Park Station Bankhead Saughton Balgreen Murrayfield Haymarket West End Princes Street St Andrew Square
Edinburgh Airport ingliston PR Gogarburn Edinburgh Gateway Gyle Edinburgh Park Edinburgh Park Station Bankhead Saughton Balgreen Murrayfield Haymarket West end Princes Street St Andrew Square