Poll: Is the Royal Norfolk Show still good value for money?

Royal Norfolk Show 2012. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Royal Norfolk Show 2012. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: © ARCHANT NORFOLK PHOTOGRAPHIC

There are now less than two days until the start of the Royal Norfolk Show – and there is a lively debate in the county about the price of tickets.

Some people have said that tickets have become too expensive – while others say it is great value for money.

With almost 10 hours of entertainment and activities at the show, including competitions, prizes and freebies, is the show worth spending the money for?

Ticket prices have been frozen since last year and can now also be bought online, until the day of the show itself, and printed at home, although traditional purchase methods will still be available.

A family ticket (two adults and three children) is £50 (£62 on the gate), an adult ticket is £19 (£22 on the gate), a child ticket for youngsters aged five to 16 is £7 (£9 on the gate), under fives go free and senior citizens and registered disabled tickets are £17 (£20 on the gate).


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Car parking passes can also be purchased through e-ticketing at £6 per car.

To purchase e-tickets visit www.royalnorfolkshow.co.uk.

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