Following a record-breaking 2022 event, the Motorhome and Caravan Show returns to pitch-up inside Birmingham’s NEC from 17th – 22nd October and tickets are now on sale.
Across 21 acres of the NEC halls, visitors can step inside and compare the very latest cutting-edge models, layouts, fixtures and finishes for the upcoming year.
Alongside the very latest on-the-road offerings, a huge selection of fixed and drive-away awnings, trailer tents, accessories, gadgets and technology to take getaways to the next level will also be on offer.
Industry giants including Adria, Auto-Trail, Auto-Sleepers, Bailey, Buccaneer, Burstner, Coachman, Carthago, Chausson, Dethleffs, Elddis, Eriba, Etrusco, Frankia, Globecar, Hillside Leisure, Hobby, Hymer, Knaus, Laika, Morelo, Niesmann & Bischoff, Pilote, Rapido, Roller Team, Swift, Westfalia, Wildax, Wingamm, Vantage, Xplore and many more leading manufacturers and brands will be at the event.
Manufacturers will also be on hand for any specific questions they have about model specs or performance.
They can also get behind the wheel and try before they buy or brush up their skills to build confidence on the road with free motorhome manoeuvring lessons and towing tuition.
Karen Dodd, marketing director of NCC Events said: “We’re excited to deliver another huge Show at the NEC, bursting with new for 2024 models and innovations from the best of UK and Europe’s motorhome, caravan and campervan industry.
“From compact caravans and campervans for weekend getaways through to luxury 6-berth tourers and motorhomes for longer touring holidays, visitors will find a superb choice of new vehicles on display across almost 21 acres of indoor space.
“Add a fantastic choice of awnings, pitched, ready to explore, trailer tents, thousands of accessories, free talks to inspire travel adventures ahead, expert impartial help and advice, a sprinkling of celebrity guests, and you’ve got the perfect destination for first time buyers and experienced enthusiasts alike.”
Tickets are available to buy online for £12.50 including parking – the price will increase to £15.50 at midnight on Monday 16th October.