Sell-out Motorhome & Caravan Show breaks new records for 2022 event

Motorhome & Caravan Show

Following a three year absence due to the pandemic, the Motorhome and Caravan Show 2022 drew to a close with a record number of visitors attending across the 6 days.

104,521 visitors attended this year’s Motorhome & Caravan Show at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham between 18 – 23 October.

The UK’s largest display of Leisure Vehicles triumphant return was met with a new wave of buyers visiting from across the country who were eager to explore the latest and greatest models for 2023.

For those who may have missed out, tickets for the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show from 21 – 26 February 2023 are now on sale.

With the industry’s leading manufacturers, dealers and experts all under one roof, many exhibitors including Coachman, Swift, Adria, Bailey of Bristol, Erwin Hymer Group and Knaus have praised the success of the Show, both in terms of sales as well as visitor numbers.

The first Motorhome & Caravan Show since the pandemic, tens of thousands of visitors relished the opportunity to get inside and compare the layouts, fittings and finishes of the brand new models side by side each day of the show.

As well as getting a first-look at new-for-2023 campervans, caravans, motorhomes and a huge range of tech, gadgets and accessories to take on-the-road-holidays to the next level, visitors also heard inspiring stories from leading experts in the world of outdoor adventures.

Featuring talks from some of the UK’s biggest nature-loving personalities, the event’s Inspiration Theatre saw celebrities including Simon Reeve, Toyah Willcox, Jeff Brazier and Josie Gibson share their experiences of the great outdoors and provide top-tips on where to go and how to make the most of adventures.

Terry Dullaghan, managing director at NCC Events, said: “It’s the first time this Show has taken place since 2019 and we’re over the moon to be back delivering another successful event with the biggest audience the Show has ever seen.

“We have seen a huge influx of people who have a brand new appreciation for the outdoors and exploring what’s right on their doorstep and it’s pleasing that this has resulted in a strong level of sales for our exhibitors.

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