Live Talks Stage
The Baby Feeding Café
Baby Changing Area
Buggy Testing Track
Shop & Drop, Collect-by-Car
Obaby Meditation Station
After the highly successful inaugural Manchester show in 2023, The Baby Show is excited to announce we will be coming back 7-9 June 2024.
We have been helping new and expectant parents find everything they need for their growing family since 2002.
A huge range of baby products, services, and advice all under one roof, where you can try, compare and buy products whilst also enjoying exclusive ‘show deals’ from over 250 of brands.
The Baby Show Manchester Central is the nation’s largest shopping destination for all things mother and baby.
WHAT'S ON AT THE BABY SHOW MANCHESTER CENTRAL
Everything for your bump,
baby and you!
Whilst products are one of the main reasons to visit the Baby Show, from our speaker stage you also have the opportunity to get advice from some of the UK's leading baby and parenting experts. See some of the amazing features coming to The Baby Show Manchester 7-9 June 2024*:
* 2024 show features still to be confirmed.
Top brands attending
Over 250 brands will be on show, from the UKs top names to small boutiques, those not on the high street to online stores. See some of our exhibiting brands below.
Exclusive Product Offers
Shop Savvy with our
The Baby Show is a great place to get the very latest baby product deals and offers from the UK's best brands. To give you a taster, see some example offers from our previous shows.
Select a Different Show Location
Our Other Baby Shows
The Baby Show takes place four times a year, in addition to Manchester Central you can also find us at Olympia London, NEC Birmingham and ExCeL London.
20-22 October 2023
We are back in London at Olympia London from 20-22 October 2023.
Olympia London is an exhibition centre, event space and conference centre in West Kensington, in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London; with excellent access via public transport via train, tube & bus. Driving is possible with available parking.
1-3 March 2024
Our first show of 2024 is at ExCeL London in early spring 1-3 March 2024.
ExCeL London is an exhibition centre in the Royal Docks area of Newham, East London; with excellent access via public transport via DLR & bus. Driving is possible with plenty of available parking.
12-14 May 2023
The Baby Show is in Birmingham at the NEC this spring from 12-14 May 2023.
The NEC (National Exhibition Centre) is an exhibition centre located in Marston Green, Solihull, West Midlands, just near junction 6 of the M42 motorway and Birmingham International railway station.
Updates & Support
Latest Show Updates
Updates on the latest news for Manchester Central and helpful baby information and advice from our exhibitors, speakers and the Baby Show team.
A. The Baby Show Manchester Central takes place from 7-9 June 2024.
A. Opening times are as follows:
A. Yes, we welcome all the family to the event. Children 0-14 years can attend the show for free. They will still require a ticket for entry. If you have forgotten to book a child's ticket, these can be obtained upon arrival.
A. Yes! Tickets are now on sale, for options and great deals see our tickets page:
A. Tommee Tippee Ticket Packages include 2 x advanced Baby Show tickets along with a discounted Tommee Tippee product of your choice
A. Our online box office will be available for you to purchase your ticket on the morning you decide to come.
A. It is no longer possible to purchase tickets over the phone, these will need to be purchased online when available - sign up here to be informed of when tickets are available for purchase.
A. For any questions regarding your ticket purchase, either during booking or afterwards please contact our ticketing agent. They can be contacted using their Customer Service Portal.
A. We encourage you to show your ticket on your smartphone. Please only bring a printout of our e-ticket if you do not have a smartphone.
If the person you are attending with has a disability that restricts their ability to attend on their own and to the extent where extra support is required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of booking and proof of disability to receive a free carer ticket. A carer ticket must be accompanied by a paying visitor.
A. Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain. Please contact our ticketing agent for more information. They can be contacted using their Customer Service Portal.
A. Yes, there is a lift at the main entrance, or alternatively step-free access around the corner.
A. Male and female wheelchair-accessible toilets are provided throughout the venue. Please ask a member of the security staff if you are unable to locate these.
A. If you have any queries or need assistance during your visit, please contact any member of the Manchester Central staff who will be happy to help.
A. Yes, there is a hearing loop facility.
A. To be confirmed.
A. There are a limited number of disabled parking bays available in the venue NCP car park for blue badge holders. These are allocated on a first come first serve basis, however it is best to pre-book a space online in advance.
A: Manchester Central has some self-propelled wheelchairs available for use within the venue.
To enquire, contact the First Aid department on +44 (0)161 834 2700 ext. 2211 or email Manchester Central. Bookings should be made in advance as availability cannot be guaranteed otherwise.
A. Manchester Central is in the heart of Manchester, and easy to reach via Manchester’s extensive multi-modal transport network. Full details can be found here or on our Plan Your Visit to Manchester Central page.
A. The postcode for Manchester Central is M2 3GX.
A. Manchester Central is a 20-minute walk from Piccadilly Station or just five minutes by taxi. Alternatively, catch a connecting train to Oxford Road Station - just five minutes from Manchester Central on foot.
A. There is an NCP (National Car Park) directly below Manchester Central that is open 24 hours a day all year round. See the NCP website for parking options and costs:
If the car park is full you will still need to book through Manchester Central and then go to the NCP Great Northern or Manchester Oxford.
For more parking information, such as the number of disabled parking bays and electric charging points, please see Plan Your Visit to Manchester Central.
A. To be confirmed.