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Visitor Information
Opening Hours

The Fair is open from 9am to 5:30pm both days.  Tickets can be purchased at the gate on the day.


Adult tickets from £17 when taking advantage of our online early bird offer.  Under 16's go free. Tickets which are purchased on arrival on the day will cost £20 per adult.

Can I get a programme?
Yes, programmes are available to either pre-purchase online or buy on the day at the entry gate. Early bird pricing is in place for any pre-ordered programmes.

Can I bring my dog?
Yes, dogs are welcome to attend but we ask that they remain on a lead.

How to find us:

By Road:
The Fair is held at Moy Estate which is about 10 miles south of Inverness on the A9 Inverness to Perth road. Turn left just after Daviot on to B9154 and follow signs to Field Sports Fair.

For those of you with a sat nav the postcode is Moy Estate, Moy, IV13 7YQ.

By Train:
Inverness Train station is central to the town located 10 miles from Moy. Regular services connect Inverness with Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh the major stops on route. Connections to Thurso are also available regularly. Visit the Trainline website for further journey information.

Is there a Shuttle Bus service?
No, we do not offer a shuttle bus service.

Can I park?
Yes, there is standard car parking available on-site that is offered free of charge. We also have a premium parking option, which is located close to the main facilities, and costs £10 per vehicle per day.

Can I pre-book parking?

Premium car parking can be pre-booked online ahead of your arrival at Moy Country Fair. Free parking is allocated upon arrival on the day.

Is there disabled parking?

Yes, there is a dedicated parking area available. Blue badges must be displayed.

Disabled Ticketing Policy

The Moy Country Fair is pleased to operate a scheme to provide one complimentary entry ticket for any adult unable to attend the Fair unaided to enable a carer to attend with them. We are afraid it does not extend to children as they must be accompanied by an adult to attend the Fair.

Supporting Documentation:
All free Carer/Personal Assistant tickets require evidence of supporting documentation. This is mandatory in order for the Carer/Personal Assistant ticket to be issued. Please bring along a copy of one of the below relevant documents:

  • Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobility

  • Receipt of personal independence payment (PIP)

  • Evidence of being severely sight impaired

  • Recognised assistance dog ID card


Whether you purchase your ticket online in advance of the Fair or wish to purchase your ticket on the day, please go to the ticket office with the relevant supporting documentation where your complimentary Carer/Personal Assistant ticket will be issued to your carer.

Supporting Documentation:

Free career tickets require evidence of supporting documentation and therefore please bring along a copy of one of the below documents:
Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobility
Receipt of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Evidence of being severely sight impaired
Recognised assistance dog ID card

If you require a free Carer/Personal Assistant ticket in order to attend the Fair please purchase a standard ticket at the relevant price in advance. Please make your way to the Fair and upon entry to the Fair we can issue your Carer ticket.

Is the site wheelchair friendly?

We operate on a flat, grass site allowing for most areas to be wheelchair accessible.


Is there a shop and drop facility?
Yes, you can safely leave your purchases in a manned tent where you can choose to return later in the day to pick up your purchases in return for a donation to our hosts, St John's Ambulance.

Cash Facilities

Automatic cash machines will be available by the main entrance. A charge of £2.75 will be made for each cash withdrawal.

First Aid

A First Aid post is manned by the Medical Emergency & Response Team based in Inverness, located next to the Committee Tent. There will also be a Doctor on site during opening times. 

Lost Children

Any children who appear lost will be taken to the Committee Tent.



For any questions on the day please visit the Committee Tent.


Animal Care

A Veterinary Assistant will be on call.  Contact the Committee Tent.  Please remember not to leave your dog in the car.


The Fair is all about families, and to that end we provide as much entertainment for children as we can.  There are normally a variety of events and activities suitable for children of all ages. See the Whats on page for further details. Under 16’s can attend for free.

Food & Drink

There is a great variety of food and drink to choose from. In 2023, we have partnered with The Highland Food and Drink Trail who will be presenting a selection of wonderful hot and cold street food style options that can be enjoyed whilst listening to a range of live music throughout the day.

Can I bring a picnic? Can this include alcohol?
Yes, you can bring along your own picnic items including alcohol.



Local accommodation and businesses, please note we do not endorse any of these businesses, these links are for your convenience only.  We hope that you may find them useful.

Bed and Breakfast/Guest Houses/Hotels: 
Self Catering: 

Do you offer Camping?
Camping is not an option provided for Moy Country Fair.
Camping Sites nearby are:

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