What time is the show open?

The show is open from 10am until 5pm each day.

What are the best times to visit?

The show is open for four days, Thursday to Sunday allowing you to pick the most suitable time for your visit. Travel in and around the venue can be busy, particularly on the Saturday morning, and we therefore would advise you to allow time for this.

How do I purchase tickets?

You can purchase your tickets for the show on the website here

How do I know which companies will be at the show?

A full exhibitor list is available on the website so you can plan your visit - click here to view the list.

Are there any Club member discounts available?

There are discounts available for members of the Caravan and Motorhome Club, Camping and Caravanning Club and BH&HPA. Please see their email communications, magazines and website for information and details.

Is there a facility for Motorhome parking?

Motorhomes/Caravans over 2m in height can be parked in the overflow car park during your visit, however please note there are no facilities for electricity or water.

On a first come, first served basis, car park 5 is available for motorhome parking. This is the same price as the Multi-storey SEC car park.

It is accessible via Stobcross Road, Glasgow G3 8YW. When you arrive at the gatehouse (at the rear end of the SEC), the stewards will provide you with the guidance you require.

Please also note there is no overnight parking. 

Are dogs and other pets allowed in to the show?

Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed in to the venue except assistance dogs.

Is there a nearby campsite?

Yes, for visitors wishing to stay at a nearby camp site Strathclyde Country Park is open all year round and is a short distance from the SEC. 

How do I get to the show?

The show is held at the SEC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW. For detailed information on travelling to the show please see here.

Please note that the multi-storey car park does occasionally reach capacity - in the event that it is full, you can find alternative car parks here.

What catering is available on site?

Clydebuilt Bar and Kitchen and the Deli located on the concourse will be open throughout the show, and there will be also a number of catering outlets throughout the halls including our Summit Tae Eat cafe on the mezzanine.

Is there seating available if I bring my own lunch?

Yes, there will be seating along the concourse, and within the picnic area in the Loch suite.

What accessible facilities are there at the venue?

Please see our Accessibility Guide for full information on everything from parking and carer tickets to wheelchair hire.

What should I do if I require medical assistance while at the venue?

If you require medical assistance, please inform a member of our stewarding team or any member of venue staff. First-aid and medical staff are available at all events and will be called to assist.

Is there an ATM/Cash Machine at the venue?

Yes ATM facilities are available on the concourse, however we encourage the use of contactless card payments wherever possible.

Is there a cloakroom on site?

Yes there is a cloakroom located on the main concourse and it's £3 per item.
There is also a shop and drop area, where you can drop off your purchases during your visit to the show.

What Clubs or Associations will be there?

The Caravan and Motorhome Club, The Camping & Caravanning Club, The British Holiday & Home Parks Association and the Mobile Caravan Engineers Association will be present for the duration of the show to answer any questions on their sites throughout the Country.

Show Photography/Filming

Please note that the organisers will be taking photographs/filming during the show for marketing purposes.  Entering the hall will grant full permission to be filmed or photographed and any use of such materials.  If you do not want to participate or have any questions please inform a member of staff in the organisers office on arrival at the event.

Can I bring a carer/personal assistant?

Yes - you can book one Carer ticket per eligible visitor while booking you tickets online..

If you select a Carer ticket, on the final booking page you will be asked to upload a photo, scan or digital copy of one of the following documents. If you do not upload one of these documents, or your document is found to be invalid, please note your booking will be cancelled and refunded. 

Full information, including details of accepted proof of eligibility, can be found here.

I haven't received my tickets

Please contact your point of purchase and they will be able to assist.

If you booked via SEE Tickets, please visit https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice and enter your booking details, and you will be able to request your tickets are re-sent. If for any reason this does not work, you can contact their customer service team who will be able to help.

If you do not have your booking reference number, please use the “Forgotten your details” section to retrieve your booking.

If they are unable to assist, please visit the ticket boxes when you arrive at the venue and we will do our best to help.

Will exhibitors be at the show on all four days?

Yes, all exhibitors showcase for the full four days, so whatever day you come, you won't miss out on anything!

Glasgow's Low Emission Zone (LEZ)

Glasgow's Low Emission Zone (LEZ) came into force on 1 June 2023.

All vehicles entering the city centre zone area must meet the less-polluting emission standards or face a penalty charge

There are some exemptions and zone residents have extra time to comply.

Motorcycles and mopeds are not included in the current LEZ schemes and no restrictions will apply.

Please see more info here to help you plan your travels to the show.

How does The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Home Show plan to become sustainable?

Sustainability is more important than ever, and we all have a responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint. The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show is taking a number of steps to prioritise better outcomes for our visitors, our exhibitors and our environment through our sustainability measures.

These include:

  • Going paperless  – there is no need to print any ticket booked in advance - our tickets are paperless, so you can just show your barcode on your mobile device. We also run a paperless office as much as possible, and have also heavily reduced the amount of printed materials on-site at the show. Where we have to print we use recycled and recyclable paper.
  • Deliveries – we work with our suppliers to recuce the number of journeys taken, consolidating deliveries into as few journeys as possible. We also work with local suppliers where possible to reduce the mileage our deliveries travel.
  • Visitor travel – we recommend active travel such as walking or cycling wherever it is practical, and public transport or car-sharing where it is not.
  • Re-using – wherever possible, we re-use our signage and banners each year rather than have new ones printed and delivered.
  • Re-cycling – we recycle materials wherever possible, and you'll spot plenty of recycling bins around the show, and the wider SEC so that you can do the same.
  • Sustainable food – the food served onsite at the show is 80% Scottish and 50% plant-forward, plus our food partners, SEC Food, are working towards reducing kitchen food waste to less than 1%. Surplus food is also donated to Launch Foods, who supply meals in deprived area of Glasgow, and food which cannot be donated will be repurposed for internal catering. SEC Food also offer a 50p discount if you bring your own re-usable coffee cup, and if you bring a re-usable water bottle, there are top-up taps on the SEC concourse.
  • Sustainable venue – our venue, the SEC, aims to be a net zero campus by 2030 by working on five key areas: climate, governance, partnership, people and resource. This will include an ambitious energy strategy, as well as actions around water efficiency, green travel, supply chain engagement and waste management. To find out more, visit the SEC website.

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