RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2024

RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2024

May 9 - May 12


The RHS Malvern Spring Festival, also known as the Malvern Spring Show, will once again be held at Worcestershire's Three Counties Showground this May. This four-day celebration of all things horticultural is in partnership with My Pension Expert.

The Malvern Spring Show is seen as the start of the RHS flower show season and a seedbed for new horticultural talent. It also impresses with the scenic backdrop of the Malvern Hills.

RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2024

RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2024

This year, the festival will feature Adam Frost, Alan Titchmarsh MBE, and Frances Tophill from BBC Gardeners' World. Ellen Mary, James Alexander-Sinclair, and Toby Buckland will also appear at one of the UK's leading horticultural festivals.

This year will see the introduction of the Kitchen Garden Theatre, where you can relax in an immersive kitchen garden, watching cooking demonstrations by Jekka McVicar and Si King from the Hairy Bikers. New this year is the Houseplant Festival, where experts will offer advice on choosing the perfect houseplant.

The RHS Floral Marquee will host exhibits from over 50 British nurseries, while the Plant Village and Pavilions will sell bulbs and plants. Top horticulturalists and TV personalities will appear on the Festival Stage, with artisan food and drink producers scattered across the grounds.

Free entry for children under 16

Especially for kids – free entry for those under 16 – there are School Gardens with the theme "Bring Your Favorite Book to Life," and the Discovery Dome offering science activities, arts and crafts sessions, and entertainment programs.

When is the RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2024?

The Malvern Spring Show will be held from May 9 to May 12.

Where is the RHS Malvern Spring Festival?

Where is the RHS Malvern Spring Festival

It will be held at the Three Counties Showground in Worcestershire.

RHS Malvern Spring Show 2024 Tickets

How much are tickets for the Malvern Spring Show? Tickets start from £15. Children under 16 can enter for free, but they need a ticket.