There's so much to see and do at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Find out what's on via the links below so you can plan your visit.
You might need to spend two or three days
to see and do it all though!

The Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association has endeavoured to make the Showground and the Show accessible to all visitors. Facilities such as disabled toilets and accessible buildings are available. For more information please visit the accessibility section of our FAQs page.
We are pleased to operate a scheme that provides one complimentary entry ticket for a carer/PA of a qualifying disabled visitor, to enable them to access the Show.

Visitors with qualifying documentation are entitled to one free carer ticket for each day that the disabled visitor is attending the Show. The guest with the disability, and any other members of their party will need to purchase a full price admission ticket, either online, or at the gate. Complimentary tickets can only be acquired on the day of the Show at one of our gates (it cannot be acquired prior to the Show), so therefore bring along any relevant paperwork pertaining to the disabled guest and a suitable photo ID.
Please look out for the designated kiosks at each public entrance. The guest with the disability must be in possession of a full price ticket, or purchase one at the same time. It is the carer that receives the complimentary ticket.

Supporting Documentation For proof of disability

Please bring any ONE of the following forms of documentation to the Show
(printed or scanned copies are acceptable) along with suitable ID and present to a member of staff at one of our designated pay booths.
- Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobility
- Receipt of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- Evidence of being severely sight impaired
- Recognised assistance dog ID card

Suitable Photo ID

- Passport
- Drivers License
- Older Person’s Bus Pass
- Disabled Person’s Bus Pass

We also accept photo ID that is listed under the International Travel/Driving and Parking/Local Travel sections of Electoral Commissions Website* (link here)

Please note that a Blue Badge is not considered a supporting document to receive a carers’ ticket, but can be used as a form of photo ID along with the supporting documentation listed above.