The Royal Norfolk Show

The Food & Farming Discovery Trust works across the Royal Norfolk Show to co-ordinate the educational offering. We also organise the Discovery zone which is an area specifically for educational activities. We liaise with schools and home educated groups to ensure they are able to visit the show and gain the most from their day.

We also run a number of competitions during the two days of the Royal Norfolk Show.

FREE ADMISSION TO THE ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW 2020 FOR SCHOOL GROUPS AND HOME EDUCATED CHILDREN

The Food and Farming Discovery Trust is offering free admission for school groups and home educated children including teachers/helpers within the allowable ratios to visit the Royal Norfolk Show.

Advance booking only

Tickets must be ordered in advance and should be booked as soon as possible to enable the Show organisers to best prepare for your visit

Ratios for School Groups

  • Foundation/Reception - One free adult admission for every 2 school children attending.
  • Key Stage 1- Years 1&2 (ages 5-7) - One free adult admission for every 4 school children attending.
  • Key Stage 2- Years 3-6 (ages 7-11) - One free adult admission for every 6 school children attending.
  • Key Stage 3 & above- Years 7-11 (ages 11-18 Yrs) - One free adult admission for every 10 school children attending.

Additional adults tickets will be invoiced at £10 per ticket.

To book your school tickets to the Royal Norfolk Show please use the following link:

Royal Norfolk Show - Schools Booking Form

Ratios for Home Educated Children

Adults in charge of children are entitled to free admission based on the following ratio:

  • 1 child = 1 free adult
  • 2 children = 1 free adult
  • 3 children = 2 free adults
  • 4 children = 2 free adults
  • 5 children = 3 free adults
  • 6 children = 3 free adults

Additional ticket adult tickets will be charged at full price (£22.50)

To book your home education tickets to the Royal Norfolk Show please use the following link:

Royal Norfolk Show - Home Education Booking Form