How to visit the Chelsea Flower show and get tickets

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Chelsea Flower show: how to visit and buy tickets (PA)
Chelsea Flower show: how to visit and buy tickets (PA)

The world's biggest and most impressive flower is in full bloom, with the return of some breathtaking garden designs, floral displays, and plenty of shopping at the Chelsea Flower show.

Held on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London every year since 1913 it is one of Britain's most prestigious flower shows.

Organised by the Royal Horticultural Society, every year it see's budding gardeners travel to London with their biggest and proudest plants as they all hope to take the trophy home.

Celebrities and the public alike all visit the Royal show to take in the amazing views and if you want to take a look yourself, we've got you covered.

How to visit the RHS Chelsea Flower Show:

If you want to visit the show, you're in luck as it's easy to get to, with shuttle buses, short walks parking, and even river services.

If you plan on driving to the show, you can park at Battersea Parl with a pre-booked ticket and have the choice of a 20-minute walk or a park and ride service.

The shuttle buses go from Battersea Park and Victoria Station and run from 7am until 8.45pm Tuesday to Thursday and 7am to 10.15pm Friday and 7am to 6.15pm on Saturday.

And if you're travelling by tube or train you can check the Transport for London website to see the latest trains.

How to  get tickets to RHS Chelsea Flower Shower:

Tickets are on sale now for the show from Thursday to Saturday, with the first two days just for members.

But if you want to get tickets for Thursday, Friday or Saturday you are in luck.

Tickets start at £110.85 for a full day ticket for non-members or £45.85 for evening tickets for non-members.

Get tickets now via the RHS Chelsea Show website. 

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