Come and experience the world's greatest flower show at London's Royal Hospital Chelsea. Every year the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are transformed into show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays for the world's most famous flower show. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is attended by 157,000 visitors each year. Tickets sell out quickly and must be purchased in advance.
The show has become an important venue for watching emerging gardening trends. New plants are launched and the popularity of older varieties are revived.
After last year’s magnificent centenary event, the future takes centre stage at Chelsea 2014. New plants, new people and lots of new ideas, mingling with all of Chelsea’s traditional favourites. It’s the pinnacle of garden excellence, with a fresh burst of talent on the way up.
Premium tickets for sell-out Chelsea go on sale
This year, for the first time, the RHS is offering the chance to buy a Premium ticket for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Thursday 22 May and Friday 23 May. The tickets for the world-renowned sell-out event will give a select number of visitors an exclusive experience at the show.
The cost of the Premium tickets is £400, with proceeds going to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Appeal 2014 and to support our new apprenticeship programme.
The ticket will entitle the holder to fast-track entry from 8am, the ability to exit and re-enter the show, re-entry after 4pm for the sell-off on Saturday (for purchaser only and not transferable) and a goodie bag. Friday tickets will also include entry into the RHS Chelsea at Twilight concert (8-9pm) and a glass of champagne. One of the aims of the RHS is investing in the next generation of gardeners. We are committed to sharing our love of horticulture with young people.
Through our Campaign for School Gardening, we have reached thousands of teachers and children in UK primary schools, inspiring them to get outdoors and have fun with growing plants. While we have reached the majority of the UK’s primary schools, we have only engaged 36 per cent of secondary schools. Now we want to bring the campaign to the nation’s teenagers.