The Suffolk Show

The Suffolk Show

Suffolk Agricultural Association at Trinity Park, Ipswich

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The Suffolk Show – A fun family day out!

The Suffolk Show, is a vibrant celebration of Suffolk’s rich agricultural heritage and rural life. Spanning over two days, the event attracts visitors from across the region and beyond, eager to immerse themselves in a plethora of activities and exhibits.

From impressive livestock displays showcasing the finest breeds of cattle, sheep, and horses, to thrilling showjumping competitions, the Suffolk Show offers something for everyone. Visitors can wander through bustling market stalls offering local produce, crafts, and artisanal goods, or enjoy live entertainment ranging from traditional folk music to modern performances.

Educational exhibits delve into farming practices, sustainability, and environmental conservation, providing valuable insights into the agricultural industry. With its welcoming atmosphere and diverse array of attractions, the Suffolk Show stands as a cherished tradition, bringing together communities to celebrate the vitality and beauty of rural life in Suffolk.

Getting to the Suffolk Show show

Travelling by Car and Parking

The Suffolk Show is held at Trinity Park, near Ipswich and conveniently located from both the A14 and A12.  Full address is Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich IP3 8UH.  During the Show, there will be extensive signage and, once close to the Show itself, we would ask you to follow the directions from Suffolk Police and our Traffic Officers.  They are working hard to ensure traffic moves swiftly on and off the Show site.  Parking is free.

By Bus

Ipswich Buses are kindly providing bus services from Ipswich Railway Station forecourt to Trinity Park will depart in regular intervals.

By Train

Trinity Park is just 5 miles from Ipswich Railway Station. This line links directly to London Liverpool Street and the journey takes approximately one hour and fifteen minutes. At the station there is a taxi rank and bus stop.


There is a taxi drop off point on Murrills Road, off the roundabout at Gate 1. Visitors can then enter the showground through the Pedestrian entrance.


Coaches enter through Gate 1 and there is a designated coach park.  The coach driver is admitted free to the show.

Cycling to the Show

Beat the traffic and cycle to the Suffolk Show!  We will be providing a dedicated cycle parking area at the main Felixstowe Road entrance to the showground.  Visitors using the cycle parking area are reminded to secure their bikes to the racks provided as no responsibility or liability can be accepted by the Suffolk Show organisers for any losses.

This information has been submitted by another organisation or reference from the organisation website. Whilst we make every effort to make sure information is correct and up-to-date, cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. If you find any errors, please report them to us and we will pass them onto the organiser.

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