If you’d like to leave your bags whilst you continue shopping at the Fair you can take advantage of our free Shop & Drop service. This is a safe storage area and will be manned at all times by a member of the venue team, use the floorplan in the free show guide given out at the Fair to locate the Shop & Drop.

Follow this link for more information on accessibility.

Pushchairs are permitted in the venue however the Fair does get very busy, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, so we strongly recommend that they be left at home where possible.

Yes, although we do not provide any child minding or crèche facilities. If your child is under five their entry to the Fair will be free, between the ages of five and 16 they will be entitled to a child ticket and after 16 they will need to purchase a regular ticket. Please follow this link for ticket price information.

Please follow this link for information on getting to the Fair.

There are a variety of restaurants and cafes at the Fair where you will be able to enjoy lunch and refreshments.

You can find our Exhibitor Lists here.

Yes, guide dogs are welcome at the Fair.

When accompanying somebody in the capacity of carer, your entry to the Fair is free of charge. Please contact the team here to let us know you will need an additional carer ticket.

Please email a member of the marketing team by clicking here. 

E-tickets will be sent to you 2 weeks prior to the Fair. If you have any queries regarding tickets please call SEE Tickets, our ticketing company, on 0844 209 7348

If you have not received your ticket you will still be able to gain access to the Fair by bringing along the booking reference number provided when you purchased your tickets and taking it to the Box Office.

We are sorry but we are not able to refund tickets.

For more health and safety information regarding the Coronavirus and our Covid Commitment please click here.

If you are attending The Country Living Fair in Glasgow this week, please click here for more details on safety measures in place at the venue: https://www.sec.co.uk/visitor-information/covid-19-customer-update.

Note these measures are in accordance with Scottish Government guidance in place from 1 October 2021. In line with Scottish Government guidelines, face coverings are mandatory at all times during the event, unless exempt or eating, drinking or dancing and visitors will be required to show their COVID vaccine passport, unless officially exempt, to enter the venue.