A complete guide to Royal Windsor Horse Show tickets

  • Last year we unfortunately lost the wonderful Royal Windsor Horse Show owing to the coronavirus pandemic. But thankfully this year, it is back and between 1 and 4 July, we will be treated to a horsey bonanza. Whether you are horse-mad, want to shop ’til you drop, or just want to enjoy a spectacular performance, it has something for everyone and now is the time to get your Royal Windsor Horse Show tickets.

    A variety of tickets are available prior to the show, details of which can be found below.

    The show is action-packed and visitors will be have the option to to watch leading international showjumping riders competing in the CSI5* classes, top level showing, driving and endurance competition and so much more. You can also watch the DAKS Pony Club mounted games, the Shetland Pony Grand National, the mounted band of the Household Cavalry and the musical ride of the Household Cavalry mounted regiment and the musical drive of the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery will run throughout each day of the show too.

    Prices of Royal Windsor Horse Show tickets

    Ticket prices depend on the day you wish to attend and whereabouts you would like to sit and access.

    General entry tickets

    General entry allows you access to the whole showground including its five arenas and the extensive shopping village.

    General entry tickets start from £10 for children and £25 for adults on the Thursday and include unreserved seating access at the Castle Arena. For 2021 there is no reserved seating for dressage or the weekend performances — guests will be seated on arrival at the grandstand according to current Covid policy. Tickets then increase in price throughout the rest of the week, costing £37 on the Saturday and Sunday.

    Castle Arena seating

    There is limited unreserved seating in the Castle Arena during the daytime performances which is available on a first come first served basis. But you can reserve your seat in the West grandstand of the Castle Arena for the dressage competitions on Thursday and Friday, and you also have the option to reserve your seat for the whole of the Saturday and Sunday daytime performances. All reserved seating is covered so you are protected from the elements. This extra cost ranges from £7.50 to £15.

    The Windsor Enclosure

    There is no Windsor Enclosure for the 2021 running of the show.

    The Royal Windsor Horse Show Club

    This club was formed in the show’s earliest years and its members are a valued part of the organising committee. Club membership allows access to the Royal Windsor Horse Show Club at the show, which has its own purpose-built structure including a restaurant, bar area and an outside lawn, all with fantastic views onto the Castle Arena. There are 500 memberships available in total, with an extra 500 tickets for members’ guests available daily (members may purchase up to three of these per day on a first-come, first-served basis).

    The membership pricing structure has changed for 2021. Existing members will now pay an annual membership fee, which includes programme, parking and members’ benefits, and add on their daily tickets for the Show. New members will pay a joining fee in their first year and then an annual membership fee.

    2021 RWHS Club membership joining fee (for new members): £250
    2021 RWHS Club membership annual fee (for existing members): £100
    Members ticket (per day): £30
    Guest ticket (per day): £50
    Guest concession ticket (per day): £30

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