Bring your group to the world's largest indoor flower show.
Make plans for March 11–19, 2017
The 2017 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show will celebrate the flower fields, history and innovation, as well as the art, culture and landscape architecture of Holland.
Easy to plan and endlessly fun, a group package provides access to all the Show's finest features, including:
- Complimentary Wine Tastings
- Horticultural Demonstrations
- Marketplace Shopping
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Groups of 25 or more receive 25% off box office prices.
- Adult - $26
- Student - $20 (ages 17 - 24)
- Child - $15 (ages 2 - 16)
Service fee applies; advance discount through 3/10/17.
The first 40 tickets of each order are non-refundable. Any additional tickets above 40 can be returned for a refund.
Please mail tickets to:
100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
All tickets must be returned by Friday, March 24, 2017
Looking to enhance your group’s visit to the Flower Show? Consider these activities below!
Early Morning Tours
Sign your group up for a guided early morning tour of the Flower Show, led by expert docents and veteran Flower Show enthusiasts. Start your day at the Show before the general public, listen to fascinating stories about the Show exhibits, design inspiration and challenges, Flower Show history, and more! Groups of 15 or more must contact Johanna Schoeller, firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. Click here to download the registration form.
Step away from the hustle bustle and enjoy a peaceful pause at the Flower Show Garden Tea. Indulge in the serene surroundings and pure delight of the Garden Tea room. The Garden Tea offers exceptional culinary tea offerings including a menu of petit treats, sandwiches, pastries and fruit paired with an assortment of exotic fine teas. Click here to purchase tickets.
Where the Money Goes
Proceeds from the Flower Show benefit the year-round programs of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society that have become national models of urban greening, including City Harvest, which creates green jobs and supports a network of community gardens that raise fresh produce for families in need.