The Great Yorkshire Show 2013

in Culture/Harrogate

GYSEngland’s premier agricultural show, The Great Yorkshire Show, takes place on Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July, 2013. More than 130,000 visitors are expected to flock through the gates for an entertaining and informative day experiencing all aspects of farming and country life. This will be the 155th Great Yorkshire Show.

The is a shop window for the agricultural industry as well as a great day out for the family. The venue is the , .

Visitors can enjoy:

Around 5,000 animals – everything from bulls to bunnies competing for the top

Food Hall with some of the country’s finest food & drink

Fashion shows with national and regional designers

Music from a range of bands including The Yorkshire Volunteers Band

Cookery theatre

Garden Show

Top class show jumping and equine classes

International sheep shearing competitions

Demonstrations of country skills – including dry stone walling, fly fishing, gundog training

More than 1,200 stands for plenty of shopping!

The Great Yorkshire Show is organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.

Tickets are available on the gates.

Parking is free and extensive.

Tickets bought on the gate

Adult £24

Concession: £23

Children: £11

Family: £62

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