Our opening times are listed on the website homepage.
You can pay on the door for all our sessions. We tend to get quite a queue forming for the evenings, though so it's advisable to book an advance ticket and beat the queues. You can book using the form on the website homepage.
Unfortunately you'll need to leave your furred friends at home, as the venue don't allow dogs (except for guide dogs). There are plenty of decent dog friendly pubs in the area, though. Check CAMRAs What Pub finder for details.
The atmosphere at the festival is always friendly and children are welcome until 9.30pm. We would ask though that you keep children out of the concourse area as much as possible for their safety, as it can get very crowded at times.
There's no need. We have some rather excellent glasses available for a small deposit - or you can take it home as a souvenir if you prefer.
There are excellent transport links to the festival. For more details, check out our Getting There page.
We have a wide range of real ales, ciders and perries. As a natural product they're made with a range of ingredients. While many will contain allergens, it's likely you'll still find something you're able to drink safely. If you have an allergy or intolerance, please ask before you buy and our bar staff can make sure you choose a drink that's suitable for you.