2 Jun 2019
10:00 - 17:00
From exciting animal shows in the arena to traditional games and crafts, there's plenty to enjoy at this big day out.
Includes an Annual Pass valid from the date of purchase
Child £7.50 (under 5s free)
Family of 4 £30
Annual Pass holders
Only available on the event day at the site with a valid Annual Pass
Child £2 (under 5s free)
Family of 4 £7
Please note: National Trust for Scotland Membership does not apply for this event.
*60+, students with valid NUS or Young Scot card, unemployed with ID, disabled people. Carers of disabled people free.
Book in person at our museums, call 0300 123 6789 or book online.
Annual Pass tickets are only available on the event day at the site with a valid Annual Pass.
Marvel at the agility of the dogs in a Mordor Gundogs demonstration, pick the fastest in the ferret racing and enjoy our mini Highland games. See sheep shearing and stock judging at the farm, then head inside the museum for family crafts and demonstrations.
Above: Country Fair 2018 at the National Museum of Rural Life © Andy Catlin.
We make every effort to ensure the site is as accessible as possible. Please note that much of the content for this event is outdoors, held on grass farmland. As such, there are natural hills and dips which can make the ground uneven in areas. This may present challenges for those with mobility issues and wheelchairs.
- Adapted toilets are available, including baby changing and an adult changing bench.
- There is an induction loop in the cinema
- Paths leading to the farm buildings provide firm smooth surfaces for pushchairs and wheelchairs. However, the distance is approximately half a mile and in places, the path is relatively steep. Seating is provided at regular intervals. A tractor and trailer, the Farm Explorer, is provided for this purpose and is suitable for wheelchair users. This service is free of charge and runs regularly throughout the day.
- The ground floor, but not the first floor, of the farmhouse is accessible by wheelchair.
- Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted.
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