Admission 2019:

Adult: £10.00

Family: £30.00 (2 adults + 2 children)

Senior Citizens/Under 16's: £6.00

Under 5's: FREE

Includes FREE Show Programme

Includes FREE Car Parking

Dogs on non-retractable leads welcome!


So What’s the Cambridgeshire County Show All About?

The Cambridgeshire County Show will be celebrating its 21st Anniversary Show in 2020.

Take a look at the main aims that really encompass our Show:   

  • To create a traditional County Show
  • To promote British Food and Farming
  • To provide Cambridgeshire Young Farmers with a display area for their annual competitions
  • To create an enjoyable family day out where there is something for everyone.

The Show has a number of things to see and do including traditional crafts, livestock, rural crafts and displays, vintage tractors, fairground and ring events plus much more.  There will be a wide variety of trade stands for the public to visit, from agricultural dealers to garden furniture and country clothing.


There is also a large Food Hall which will be selling a variety of goodies, including many which
feature local products. Make sure not to miss the Craft Marquee where the stall holders will provide visitors with a number of ideas for gifts and other items, many of which are handmade.

The Show acts as an opportunity for the members of Cambridgeshire Young Farmers to hold their annual competitions day and you can see the results of their hard
work in the Young Farmers Marquee.

What Our Visitors Think

Thank-you for a really lovely day at the  County Show at Wimpole.
Everyone is so friendly and helpful.                      

                    Mary. Cambs

There really was something for everybody - especially the main ring events
  and that hog roast in the food tent was such good quality and at a fair price.

                    Gerry. Cambs

We had a lovely day as always. Very well organised looking forward to next year.

                    Fred. Herts

My congratulations on a very well organised and well run event, a great credit to
 both you and the team.

                    Ian. Cambs