How can I buy tickets & how much are they?
Weekend tickets are £25.00 per adult, including two nights camping when purchased from the team at one of the many shows we will be attending or online from the website. The price on the gate for the weekend is £30 per adult. Saturday day tickets are available for £10 per adult for walk in only with parking in the public car park. Sunday day tickets are available for £10 per adult for walk in or vehicle access to our show n shine field. Both Saturday and Sunday tickets are available online or on the gate.
All children under the age of 16 accompanied with a paying adult go FREE they will be supplied with wrist bands by our gate staff.
What are the gate opening times?
Weekend tickets holders: Friday – gates open at Noon and close at 10.00pm
Day Visitors: Saturday– gates open at 9.00am and you must leave the show by 6.00pm. Sunday gates open at 9.00 am and the show officially closes at 5.00pm.
Can I stay over Sunday night?
Yes, if you have purchased a weekend ticket, you can stay over on the Sunday night. We would ask you leave the site by latest 10.00am on the Monday and please note there will be no entertainment laid on for the Sunday evening.
Can we park where we like?
There is designated day parking and the camping will be located elsewhere. Marshalls will be on duty all day and will guide you to your designated area.l
Do you have Electric hook-ups?
No, we do not have electric hook ups on site.
Can I bring my Generator?
No, generators are not permitted in any of the camping fields.
Can I bring my Paddock Bike?
No. This is a family show so no motorbikes or paddock bikes etc.are allowed. If you are caught using one it will be confiscated and you may be asked to leave.
Is there a speed limit on the site?
Yes, the speed limit is 5mph.
Are fires or fire pits allowed?
Due to fire risk and the safety of all attendees no fires or fire pits of any description are allowed – BBQs are permitted as long as they are over 2 feet off the ground / grass . There must be a fire proof insulating layer between the BBQ and the ground/grass and a fire extinguisher must be on hand and visible. Any damage to the ground around a BBQ area will see us have to charge for repair.
Do you allow BBQ’s?
Yes, but they must be kept off ground; BBQ’s must be extinguished after cooking food and not used as camp fires – please see above.
Can we bring our dog?
Dogs are welcome and allowed on our show site – they must be kept on leads at all times and owners are responsible to make sure any mess is disposed of in the bins that will be provided. No dogs are permitted at all in the Penshurst Place children’s playground area , formal gardens or on the woodland trail . All show guests will be able to crossover into these areas to experience the stunning facilities that Penshurst Place offer but must leave their dogs on the show site with family or friends . Please be responsible for you dog at all times . Anyone not following these simple rules will be asked to leave the site.
Can we reserve a club camping plot?
We welcome club camping. All club camping does need to be pre booked by sending us an email. The best way is to allocate one member of the club as a point of contact then they can let us know how many vehicles you have coming so we can secure adequate space.
Can we stay for the weekend in our caravan?
Other than VW’S, ONLY small caravans and non VW motor homes are allowed but an additional charge of £15 is to be paid when purchasing your tickets.
We don’t allow twin axel or 5-6 berth caravans, this is a classic car show.
This caravan charge does not apply to vintage Eriba Puck style and teardrops.
How do I enter show n shine?
You do not need to book for the show n shine on the Sunday. Just roll your ride up to the show n shine area which will be clearly marked.
Can we play music while camping?
Moderate music levels during the day on the camping area are allowable. This is a family show so NO INDEPENDENT SOUND SYSTEMS are allowed. There is a noise curfew that is set at 11pm and after this time no music will be allowed – please respect our neighbours and the curfew. We have a professional security team working on site and should you be asked to turn any music down or off after the curfew we would ask you to respect this or you will be asked to leave the site.