If you are planning to visit the world's greatest dog show then please browse this section to find answers to any questions you may have about Crufts or the NEC.
Please note that unfortunately NO DOGS other than those that have been invited by the Kennel Club and Assistance Dogs are permitted into the show.
See what's on at Crufts
The Kennel Club is proud to welcome visitors from all over the world at Crufts and have arranged a lounge especially for overseas visitors. It is located in Piazza Suite 5 and opens at 10.30 am each day.
Admission tickets now include Arena seating for up to 6,000 visitors. Apart from the Best in Show programme which requires an additional ticket and subject to availability.
National Westminster Bank Plc has a branch situated on the Piazza at the NEC. For opening hours, please contact the bank directly.
There will NOT be a children's crèche available during the show this year.
Situated in the Piazza at the NEC near the main entrance. Luggage can also be left here.
The Crufts press centre is situated in the Toute Suite in front of the main doors at the NEC and facilities are available to accredited press only.
Crufts seek to provide equal opportunity for all to enjoy the show and facilities.
Please note that unfortunately no dogs other than those that have been invited by the Kennel Club and Assistance Dogs, are permitted into the show.
The Overseas Lounge or the Kennel Club main information stand are able to deal with all export enquiries.
There is a first aid centre situated on the Piazza at the NEC.
Please note that it is against the law to smoke anywhere inside the NEC and within any enclosed areas of the NEC.
The halls are open from 8.15am until 6.30pm.
For a map of the area and information on parking click here
Prams or push-chairs may be admitted and wheeled around the Show. The Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to prams or push-chairs if it is felt that the Halls are overcrowded.
Commercial cinematography and television equipment may only be used at Crufts if press accreditation has been issued by the organisers.
Crufts and the Kennel Club are happy for you to take photos and videos during your visit for your own personal use as souvenirs of your day at Crufts. However, there are certain restrictions on the use of cameras for still photography and private video films.
We are happy for you to put your Crufts videos on YouTube, Facebook or any other social media sites. However, please be aware that all videos and footage taken by the Kennel Club remains copyright of the Kennel Club who will have the right to claim (i.e. monetise) any video containing any such material which is uploaded to the web. If you incorporate such material then your video may be claimed and, in certain circumstances, you may be requested to remove it from YouTube.
The reason we are now doing this is that we are providing extensive live free coverage of Crufts on YouTube and the small amount of revenue we get from adverts on claimed videos on YouTube helps to pay for this service.
PLEASE NOTE: No private filming or photography of any sort is allowed during the Best In Show section of the Arena Programme at Crufts.
Official Crufts prints and print products can be purchased online at www.dogimages.org.uk
If you have any queries about Crufts, please telephone: +44 (0) 1296 318540 please or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Several food and drink outlets will be open to the public during the opening hours of the show. For further details please visit the Food and Drink page on the NEC website.
For all Crufts 2019 results visit www.crufts.fossedata.co.uk/
Although the Public Service Vehicle Accessibility Regulations 2000 (PSVAR) says that single-decker buses should all be accessible by 2016, and double-deckers by 2017, there is no legal obligation for buses to carry mobility scooters.
There is, however, a Code which has been drawn up by the Department of Transport and the UK Confederation of Passenger Transport, setting out guidelines for bus operators to follow. More information can be found here.
Preview the guide below but don't forget to pick up a copy at the show.
Preview the 2019 Crufts show guide
We’re looking for youngest/oldest competitors; those who are coming to Crufts for the first time and people who have never missed a year; people whose dog changed their life or the lives of others, or who turned their dog’s life around. Maybe you found love, lost weight, or found a new career thanks to your dog. We want to hear your inspiring stories so that we can showcase the variety of lovely stories from Crufts!Share your story with us!