Get set for the biggest celebration on the county’s calendar as the Royal Norfolk Show returns on June 26-27

Young Diamonds Tribute

The theme of this year's show is Young Achievers, and on the Wednesday of the show, the Norfolk Lieutenancy working in partnership with the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association will be holding the Young Diamonds Tribute. There will be a massed gathering in the Mills and Reeve-sponsored Grand Ring, where young people who have been nominated to take part - young carers, high achievers and those who are making a positive difference in their communities - will be addressed by the Lord Lieutentant of Norfolk, The Lady Dannatt.

Norfolk Young Farmers 80th Anniversary Display

As well as celebrating their 80th anniversary, Norfolk Young Farmers will also be commemorating the 80th anniversary of D Day. Their stand will feature traditional fun fair-style games inspired by the era created and model wheelbarrow aeroplanes. They will also be showcasing a range of farming machinery and techniques from the 1940s up to the present day in the Grand Ring, sponsored by Mills and Reeve.

Atkinson Action Horses

Atkinson Action Horses have worked on some of the biggest shows on TV, including Poldark, Peaky Blinders and All Creatures Great And Small. This year they make their first appearance at the Royal Norfolk Show in the Grand Ring, sponsored by Mills and Reeve, with their spectacular Celebration of the Horse.

The breathtaking performance, which includes Cossack trick riding, showcases the power and grace of these amazing animals.

Mysabar at the Royal Norfolk Show

Ten of Norfolk's most exciting food businesses will be at the Royal Norfolk Show, hosted by Mysabar.

Tuck into tasty treats from The Bodega, Thornham Oyster Co, Garden Kitchen, Rollin Embers, Churros and Chorizo, The Hen House, Moco Kitchen, Namaste, The Cabin, Pommorla Pizza and Christophe's Crepes and sip on a Royal Norfolk Show Summer Pudding Gin Fizz, a special collaboration between Bullards Gin and Niche Cocktails.

No Name Theatre mobile escape room

No Name Theatre is bringing its brand new escape room experience, The Bunker, to the Royal Norfolk Show. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to find some top secret documents and diffuse a bomb - all within 10 action-packed minutes.

Exhilarating entertainment in the Grand Ring, sponsored by Mills and Reeve

A host of regular favourites will be returning to the show, including the Shetland Pony Derby, Bulldog Lings Motorcycle Display Team and the RAF Falcons.

The Rare Breeds Animal Farm

A range of animals on the Rare Breeds Survival Trust watchlist will on display, including Albion cattle, Bagot and English goats, sheep including the Boreray, North Ronaldsay and the Devon Closewool, a sow and her young litter of piglets, and Duke, a majestic Suffolk gelding. And a team of craftspeople will be working with the wool produced from the breeds of sheep on display.

The Art Gallery

This year is the Art Gallery's 50th anniversary, and to celebrate a new project has been launched to support young emerging Norfolk artists through a competition giving them the chance to exhibit their work at the show. Typically the gallery features more than 300 works in a variety of mediums, from oil and acrylic paintings to sculptures and ceramics.

The Broads Village

The Broads Authority and 12 other Broads organisations will have a variety of stands and activities to encourage people to visit, enjoy and care for our unique National Park - ranging from advice about getting on the water and learning to sail to discovering what fascinating critters lurk beneath the surface of the water.


Gates open at 7am on both days of the show, with trade stands open from 8.30am. Last entry is at 7pm on Wednesday, June 26 and 6pm on Thursday, June 27.

Adult (17-64) one-day tickets cost £29.50 in advance (£34 on the day) and include parking if bought online (£10 on the gate). Two day adult tickets, costing £50 including parking on both days, are available online. One-day children's tickets cost £14 in advance and £15 on the day. Age concession, student and accessible day tickets cost £25 in advance and £28 on the day.

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