Returning to Birmingham’s NEC from 16 to 21 October, the Motorhome and Caravan Show is the UK’s new-season launch event for leisure vehicles. With over 400 exhibitors all under one roof, visitors can step inside, browse and compare all the latest motorhomes, caravans, campervans, caravan holiday homes and lodges, as well as find essential accessories and must-have gadgets for the next adventure.
The ever-popular LIVE Theatre will be the launch pad for daily new-for-2019 product launches from major manufacturers including Swift, Morelo, Adria, Bailey, Hillside and Lunar. Industry experts can also be found on stage throughout the week giving valuable advice and recommendations to those starting out or looking to expand their knowledge.
Visitors can enjoy live cooking demonstrations, take advantage of the weekend crèche, and relax in the new Woodland Trust Wellbeing Rest Area. With an array of free attractions, such as Motorhome Manoeuvring, Towing Tuition and the ever-popular Campervan Test Drive, the six-day show promises an entertaining day out for all the family.
Those who want the full motorhome experience can also camp on-site at the NEC by pre-booking their places online.
Tickets for the Motorhome and Caravan Show are now on sale from just £8.50*, with free entry for children aged 15 and under and parking included in the ticket price.
To take advantage of the early bird offer on advance tickets, book now by visiting the new-look website: www.mcshow.co.uk or call 0844 873 7333.
*£8.50 Senior (over 60s), £9.50 Adult when booking before 23.59hrs 15/10/18 after which time prices revert to the on-the-door price of £12 Senior and £13 Adult. A £1.25 transaction fee applies. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge. Car parking is included in the ticket price. No dogs (except assistance dogs). Children 15 years and under go free when accompanied by a paying Adult/Senior. Tickets are non-refundable. Free show guide and towing & manoeuvring tuition are subject to availability. The Woodland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 294344) and in Scotland (No. SCO38885).