The Royal Cheshire Show has unveiled a wealth of inspirational and entertaining attractions for children.

This summer’s event at Tabley showground on June 18 and 19 promises to be a ‘memorable and fun-filled’ experience for youngsters of all ages.

Children can experience the excitement of riding in a real monster truck and drive mini off-road vehicles in a safe, supervised environment.

Little ones can meet and learn about giant tortoises up close.

Knutsford Guardian: Children can meet giant tortoises up closeChildren can meet giant tortoises up close (Image: Supplied)

A show spokesman said: “The show welcomes school visits from across the county, offering tremendous educational opportunities.

“Children can see and interact with livestock, poultry, horses, alpacas and and more, gaining insight into the rural way of life including traditional country crafts and pastimes.

“The show provides a unique blend of education and entertainment, ensuring that children have fun and learn about the importance of agriculture and rural life.”

Bidlea Dairy Agri-Centre will guide youngsters through the fascinating food production journey, from ‘plough to plate’.

A treasure trove of agricultural wonders and interactive experiences will be available at the NFU marquee.

Children can watch a dairy cow being milked and meet adorable calves up close.

Little ones will be able to see hatching chicks and try their hand at digging potatoes.

Pig enthusiasts can enjoy meeting various breeds, while tractor fans can admire an impressive collection of both vintage and modern machinery.

The NFU barn is an excellent spot for children to gain hands-on knowledge about farming and agriculture in a fun and engaging way.

A traditional fairground with rides and games will thrill children of all ages.

Knights of Nottingham will compete in exciting jousting and medieval displays.

Knutsford Guardian: Knights of Nottingham will immerse audiences in the chivalry, grandeur and glory of the Middle AgesKnights of Nottingham will immerse audiences in the chivalry, grandeur and glory of the Middle Ages (Image: Supplied)

Pony Club members will perform fast-paced and entertaining mounted games.

An educational and entertaining display will showcase different sheep breeds and their significance.

For organised school visits and details on how to book visit

Family tickets are currently available for £75 for a family of four (5-17 years).

Children under five have free admission.