RHS Chelsea Flower Show

£38.00 – £65.00

A staple in every gardener’s calendar, the Chelsea Flower Show is one of the UK’s institutions and is great for anyone with a love of landscaping, design and all things green. Some of the highlights include a section of gardens focused on health and well-being as well as exhibits focused on gardening in smaller spaces aimed at city-dwellers with green fingers.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show goes digial

Sadly, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the show won’t be going ahead as usual this year. Instead, the organisers are curating a digital version of the festival. Details are scarce currently, so watch the official website below for details as they emerge. There are usually bands, an artisan food market and wandering artists—so it’ll be interesting to see how that translates to the online event.

Tickets for RHS Chelsea Flower Show

It’s unclear if there’ll be tickets, and how they’ll work if there are. For now, we’ve included details on the event’s usual prices. Members receive discounts on tickets as well as access to the first two days of the exhibition which are closed to the public. Regular ticket buyers can attend from Thursday–Saturday with tickets ranging from £38.00 for entry after 5.30pm to £65.00 for a full day of access. On Saturday only all-day tickets are available, so keep that in mind if you’re unable to attend during the week.

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