The VolksWorld Show 2005 is the premier event to debut showcars, with
hundreds of the best VWs from all over the world attending. As well as the
stunning array of Volkswagens for you to slaver over the venue offers the
largest VW trade area in Europe not to mention the massive Karmann
Konnection Swapmeet as well as a cars-for-sale area.
Whether you camp for the weekend or come down for a day to the show you will
enjoy a host of great attractions and get the chance to learn tips, tricks
and secrets from experts in the VW scene at the extremely popular VolksWorld
Tech Talks. There's even a special offer for Go-karting.
For another year we'll try and answer the question that has eluded mankind
for centuries, exactly how many people can fit onto a Beetle. Make sure you
take part in the Bug Stuff.
All the top air-cooled VW clubs will attend bringing with them a great
selection of vehicles. Chat and meet fellow enthusiasts and maybe even join
a club yourself.
Free parking is available to all show visitors
The VolksWorld Show is the place to trade at in 2005, with stands being
booked by traders from all over Europe.
Most of the show's exhibitors will be accommodated within three floors of
Sandown Park at the centre of the show. Apart from offering protection from
the elements it allows the opportunity to hire electricity and phone lines.
Stands will surround The VolksWorld Show's centrepiece; the 150 superb show
Loads of VW bits clogging up your garage? Turn spares into cash by
selling them at the immensely popular VolksWorld Show Swapmeet organized by
One of the best ways to enjoy The VolksWorld Show is by staying all
weekend. Don't miss out, spend the night by booking your camping plot at
Sandown Park. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Esher is just a stone's throw away from Sandown Park and features some great
restaurants and bars for your nighttime enjoyment.
What did we think?
The location of the show is superb, being not too far from the M25, so
easy access all round.
On arrival the car park was full of VW's of all shapes and sizes, which kept
us amused for quite a while before actually entering the show.
The buzz in the place was fantastic and it does not really matter what level
your enthuiasm for VW's lies at, at this show you get sucked into the
atmosphere and before you know it, you could end end longing for that
superb, bus, or fastback!
The show had lots of exhibitors in selling everything from fuses to full
body kits, so whatever you are looking for, this show covers it all.
We did not camp over night, but from chatting to loads of the peeps that
did, it seems a greatnight was had by all, some wanted to party, some wnated
to chill, a great mix and everyone seemed more than happy.
This was a great show and one that I will be returning to, roll on 2006.