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!
When the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association was established in 1793, it was to promote excellence and innovation within the local agricultural industry. In over 230 years, this has not changed; and now educating the next generation of consumers about the links between farming and food, and is now a key part of what we do. We have a purpose-built mobile classroom that we take to primary schools across Cornwall promoting the ‘Food-to-Fork’ trail, we also hold the two-day annual ‘Farm & Country Days’ where over 200 volunteers and 1500 children embark on a food and farming adventure!