Please find below answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Show. If you cannot find the answer to your question please don’t hesitate to email: info@newforestshow.co.uk or call the Show Office on 01590 622400.

What are the Show opening times?

The Show opens at 8.30am and closes at 6.30pm each day.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes ­ – although they must be kept on a leash at all times. There are certain marquees e.g. Rabbits, Sheep and Poultry that do not allow dogs. They will clearly display a ‘No Dogs Allowed’ sign at the entrance.

How do I get the the Show? 

Please visit our ‘Getting Here’ page for detailed information on the various ways for visitors to get to the New Forest and Hampshire County Show.

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Is there a dedicated Disabled Car Park?

Yes –  As you enter New Park please ensure you have your council issued disabled badge visible on the windscreen and you will be directed to the disabled car park.

Where can I buy Show tickets from?

Tickets for the 2016 Show can be purchased online; please visit our tickets page for prices and to order now.  Alternatively, tickets can be purchased from the Show office or at your local Tourist Information Centre. The list of which TIC’s stock our tickets can be found here.

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Who do I contact if I wish to hire a disabled buggy?

ALL MOBILITY SCOOTERS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED FOR ALL THREE DAYS OF THE SHOW

If you would like to hire a mobility scooter please contact Poole Shop mobility on 01202 670450. Open 11am – 3pm

Due to a extremely high demand, it is essential that you book in advance before the Show.

During the Show they will be located  in the disabled car park next to the Showground.

Is there a Show Guide/ Programme?

Yes there is and they will be available on entrance to the Showground at a cost of £3 each. It is also possible to purchase a Show Guide online before you visit the Show. You will received a voucher to redeem on arrival.

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Can I buy food and drink on the Showground?

Yes you can, mobile catering units are positioned all over the Showground and provide a huge range of delicious food including fresh battered fish and chips, British hog roasts and beef carveries as well as vegetarian options and for the more exotic visitors, Chinese noodle dishes!

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Is there area dedicated for Breast Feeding?

Yes, a breast feeding bus is located on the showground which provides a comfortable, calm environment for visitors to breastfeed at the Show. The bus can be found next to the Family Fun Area.