Easy Access & Finding Us
The 80 acre Show Ground site in Carmarthen is situated directly alongside the main A40 dual carriageway Euro-route linking Ireland to the M4 motorway.
The flat site is easy to access using the recently installed flyover from the duel carriageway and new purpose built internal road network, which makes this showground site one of the safest and easily accessible exhibition sites in the UK.
The long wide link roads mean that traffic does not back-up onto the dual carriage way. Access for visitors is easy and even events which attract a large number of vehicles have never seen traffic delays either entering or leaving the site. This is a major advantage of the site in comparison to exhibition venues in urban or very rural locations.
The main railway line boarders the south side of the site and there is a free Park and Ride bus operating from the perimeter of the showground to central Carmarthen every 15 minutes (during working hours) offering access to the station over the new Towy foot bridge. Trains run every hour to the east to connect with the fast trains from Swansea to London and Birmingham.
The site is within 30 minutes driving time to the outskirts of Swansea and just over one hour from Cardiff. London is three and a half hours drive.
From Carmarthen station trains run hourly to Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham and London.
For those travelling West to Ireland, ferries operate twice daily from both Pembroke Dock and Fishguard. The ports are about an hours’ drive from the showground. For more information and timetables:
Free bus to Carmarthen town centre and Station (walk over the footbridge).