Getting here


See Stagecoach website for getting to Muir of Ord.


The nearest station is at Muir of Ord, a three-minute drive, or 20-minute walk to the Black Isle Show.

See Scotrail for train times.

Advice from our traffic management company ALBA Traffic


Traffic travelling North from Inverness should follow the A9 North to Tore Roundabout. Traffic travelling South from Invergordon/Tain areas should also follow the A9 South to the Tore Roundabout. Signs will direct show traffic to exit along the A832 to Muir of Ord. Follow this road for approximately 5 miles to the Muir of Ord industrial estate turn off where signing at these crossroads will direct you to turn left onto the B9169 – this will take you into Car park 1 and Car park 2 which are on the left-hand side.

Traffic travelling from Beauly and West of Beauly should follow the A862 to Muir of Ord where you will be directed right into the Industrial Estate junction and onto the B9169. This will take you into Forest Car park (West) on the right hand side opposite the show field.

Traffic travelling from Ullapool, Dingwall and Conon Bridge should drive into Muir of Ord and at the Tarradale Hotel junction signing will direct you along the A832 and into Car park 3 on the right-hand side.

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NOTICE – updated 1 May 2020
Black Isle Farmers’ Society Directors and Secretary met virtually last night to discuss the possibility, in light of the Coronavirus Pandemic, of running the 2020 Black Isle Show due to be held on Thursday 6th August at its permanent site at Mannsfield, Muir of Ord.
On behalf of the 9 strong board of Directors, President for 2020, Mrs Frieda Mckenzie said “our Directors were unanimous in the sad but inevitable decision to cancel the 2020 show.  As a Society we enjoy and relish staging such an important event for the Highlands but for this year with a most exceptional set of circumstances we have a responsibility to protect our exhibitors, traders, guests and the general public from such an unknown and devastating disease.”
Company Secretary, Rod Mackenzie, also said “this was a decision we could have taken 4 weeks ago but we always lived in the hope that the situation might have shown some improvement in that time.  My optimism was buoyed on by encouragement and enthusiasm from exhibitors, trade stand holders and regular attendees who set a huge emphasis on Black Isle Show as a shop window and trading platform for their goods, products and services.  Like every other year planning for the next year’s show never halts but instead of 12 months preparation there will be 15 months instead.  The date for the 2021 show is Thursday 5th August with the preview evening on Wednesday 4th August.