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Tickets to the NEC Motorhome and Caravan Show on sale now


Following a sell-out show in February, tickets to the Motorhome and Caravan Show, taking place at Birmingham’s NEC from 18-23 October, are now on sale

Spanning 11 halls, visitors can expect to see over 1,000 motorhomes, campervans, trailer tents and caravans at the show, including brand-new 2023-season models from the likes of Adria, Auto-Trail, Erwin Hymer Group, Carthago, Coachman, Swift Group and more.

The show will also feature a dedicated campervan hall, featuring the latest models from Autohaus, Auto-Sleepers, Auto-Trail, Bilbo’s, Compass, Danbury, Hillside, Rolling Homes, Vantage, Vanworx, Westfalia, WildAx and more.

Karen Dodd, Marketing Director of NCC Events, says,


After the successful return of the February Show following the pandemic, we couldn’t be more over the moon to announce the Motorhome and Caravan Show will be back at the NEC this coming October, and it will be bigger and better than ever!

The interest in staycations, campervan, caravan and motorhome holidays is huge and we’re thrilled to be able to showcase all that’s new for 2023 to visitors. As well as over 1,000 vehicles to explore and accessories to buy, there will be plenty of advice and guidance for first-time buyers and experienced enthusiasts from leading industry experts. Plus, inspiration about places to travel to and enjoy across the UK and Europe.

The two Clubs will also be on hand with driving courses – the Camping and Caravanning Club will be offering free one-to-one towing sessions, in association with show partner, Jeep (book online), while the Caravan and Motorhome Club will be offering campervan test drives, courtesy of Hillside Leisure, plus 20-minute motorhome manoeuvring sessions from a qualified instructor (book on the Club’s stand at the show).

Tickets can be purchased online now, costing £12, with children under 15 entering for free (though will still require a ticket). Tickets will not be available to buy at the door.

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