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Tickets launch for The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show 2024

Scottish Caravan and Motorhome ShowTickets to Scotland’s biggest caravan, motorhome and holiday home exhibition are on sale from 1st June 2023 following record ticket sales in 2023

Scotland’s largest caravan, motorhome and holiday home exhibition is returning to the SEC, Glasgow from 1-4 February 2024 following the highest number of attendees on record in 2023, with tickets on sale from Thursday 1st June at 10am.

The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show External link has brought the UK’s best touring brands together under one roof since 1987, and once again this year will see state-of-the-art motorhomes, stylish caravans and campervans, tents, trailer tents, luxury lodges, marine and boating products, as well as camping accessory producers, return to Glasgow in droves.

With the highest ever number of visitors, as well as a host of new and regular exhibitors in attendance last year, the show is expected to be bigger and better than ever before in 2024. As the largest show of its kind in Scotland, the four-day long exhibition not only showcases the best outdoor living brands and products for guests to explore, but experts and enthusiasts are also on hand to give advice on the best touring locations, product recommendations and general tips for enjoying a touring holiday in the UK or abroad.

As well as providing tourers and holidaymakers with the perfect getaway inspiration for the year ahead, there will be information available from holiday parks as well as major clubs and associations including the Caravan and Motorhome Club and the Camping and Caravanning Club. Tourers can also enjoy free towing and manoeuvring tuition* from qualified Caravan and Motorhome Club instructors at the event.

Further celebrating everything the UK has to offer those looking to explore closer to home, the exhibition has an artisan Farmers Market with home-grown producers selling hundreds of award-winning, locally produced products. For those really looking to push the boat out, the show will also feature a fantastic range of small boats and marine accessories.

Jillyanne Glen, Show Manager, said: “Record numbers of tickets were sold last year, with over 29,000 visitors through the doors, and this was down to the brilliant exhibitors who come every year, as well as the 39 new exhibitors, each bringing a unique product and perspective to the show, helping us stay the best show of our kind in Scotland.

“We expect tickets to zoom out the door again for the 2024 show, partly in thanks to the continued popularity of staycations and motorhome holidays since Covid-19. From the North Cost 500 to new routes popping up, such as the South West Coastal 300 and the Wales Way, people are looking for alternatives to going abroad, a chance to explore what’s on their doorstep, and a good old fashioned adventure; and The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home show is the perfect place for people to begin that journey.

“We look forward to welcoming back the UK’s biggest touring brands to the SEC in Glasgow to showcase a new portfolio of products for 2024.”

To book tickets and for more information visit www.caravanshowscotland.com External link

Tickets are available from 10am Thursday 1st June. 

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