9am - 5pm
Adults: - £8
Age 12 - 18: £6
Seniors (Over 65): £6
Under 12's free - must be accompanied by an adult
RUAS Members - Free (Members card must be produced)
Early Bird Online Prices
Online ticket sales close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 7th December. Tickets can be purchased on the door.
Adults: - £7*
Age 12 - 18: £5*
Seniors (Over 65): £5*
*Does not include booking fee
The King's Hall Complex is perfectly situated within Northern Ireland's capital Belfast. Located just outside the city centre the King's Hall Complex offers easy access to all its visitors from all over Ireland and further afield.
From the M1 Motorway:
Exit at Junction 2 and follow the signs to The King's Hall.
From the M2 Motorway /Belfast International Airport:
Follow the Westlink to M1 and exit at Junction 2, follow signs to The King's Hall.
From the Belfast City Airport:
Follow signs to Dublin on the Sydenham By-Pass, onto the Westlink and then M1. Exit at Junction 2, follow signs to The King's Hall.
From the Belfast International Airport:
There is a regular bus service from the International Airport running around every 10 minutes. The journey into Belfast city centre takes around 40 minutes and terminates at the Europa Bus Centre.
The best way to reach the Balmoral Show from the Europa Bus Centre would be by train from Great Victoria Street station (which is situated at the Europa Bus Centre) to Balmoral Station which is located directly across the road from the King's Hall Complex. The train ride only takes approx 5 minutes.
From Belfast Docks:
Follow signs for Westlink and M1 Motorway. Take first exit off M1, signposted to The King's Hall and follow signs to the King's Hall.
From the Outer Ring (A55):
Follow the directions towards Lisburn, The King's Hall is clearly sign posted
FREE parking is available on site.
Limited disabled spaces are available beside the King's Hall Pavilions. Directions will be given on the day.
Access is via a ramp which is to the left of the main doors. The Kings Hall consists of two levels, on entering the hall there is a lift to the right of the main entrance. There is one unisex wheelchair accessible toilet on the ground floor, on the balcony and in the link between The King's Hall and Nugent Hall.
No dogs are allowed at the Complex except Assistance / Guide dogs.