Tickets and Admission
Can I pick my tickets up in advance of my visit?
Yes, you can purchase tickets in advance on theflowershow.com and print them at home. You may also purchase advance group tickets over the phone and pick them up in advance. Additional fees apply. Call 215-988-8839 for more information.
Can I buy tickets online?
Yes, visit theflowershow.com to purchase tickets online.
Can I leave and return?
Yes, your admission ticket is good for the whole day of your visit. Hand stamp stations are located at each exit of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. You must present your stamped hand to re-enter the Show.
How do I find out more about becoming a Member?
Visit the Membership section of the website for more information on the benefits of becoming a Member.
Does PHS offer discounted tickets?
There are discounted rates for members of organized groups. Please check with our Ticketing office about pricing for groups of 25 or more.
What happens in case of inclement weather?
In the event of any inclement weather, the Flower Show will remain open. Tickets are good any day of the Show.
Where do I park?
The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is held in the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 12th & Arch Streets in Center City Philadelphia (19107). Click here for driving directions and parking information. There are several parking garages and lots located within a 5 minute walk of the Show.
How do I get around the Show?
The Flower Show encompasses 33 acres of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. It is handicap accessible with elevators available for guests who require them. Wheelchairs are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis on the second level of the Convention Center.
What should I wear at the Show?
There’s plenty to see, so comfortable shoes are highly recommended. Dressing in layers is also recommended as it tends to get cold on the Show floor. If you are a member, don’t forget your Membership ID, which entitles you to discounts at the PHS Shop on the show floor and other retail locations.
How far is it to walk around the Show?
To walk the entire 33 indoor acres of the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show at a leisurely pace takes about 3 hours and covers approximately 2 miles.
Is the Show accessible for people with disabilities?
Yes, the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is easily accessible to visitors with disabilities. Most restrooms and drinking fountains are wheelchair accessible. The Convention Center is equipped with elevators, and several of the doors are automated. The Show floor is level and manageable either alone or with an able-bodied assistant.
Is there handicapped parking available?
The Pennsylvania Convention Center does not offer reserved public parking. A drop-off location for visitors with disabilities is located at the northwest corner of 11th & Arch streets. Volunteers (if available) will wait with dropped-off individual (indoors if preferred) until the driver returns.
Is there a rental fee for wheelchairs, scooters or children's strollers?
Wheelchairs are available for rent at the PACC in the Concourse outside of Hall A, on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is $20 and renters must leave ID at rental station while using wheelchair. There are a limited number of Electric Scooters available for rent for $40. Wheelchairs and scooters cannot be reserved in advance.
Does the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show offer daily tours of the display?
Yes, we offer an Early Morning Tour for our guests’ enjoyment. Our Early Morning Tour offers guests the opportunity to visit the Show before it opens to the public for a unique behind-the-scenes experience. Experienced guides will be assigned to small groups of 8-10 for private tours of the major exhibits and Horticourt areas. Early Morning Tours are conducted March 7–Friday, March 11, beginning at 8:00 am, arrive at 7:45 am. Early Morning Tours are $105 per person, $95 per person for groups of 15 or more, and $85 with a Flower Show ticket, which must be turned in upon entry. Early Morning Tour tickets include all-day admission to The Flower Show.
Where are the restrooms?
There are ample restrooms on both the street level and Show level open to the public at the Convention Center.
Is there a family restroom/changing room?
Restrooms are equipped with pull-down changing tables and are large enough to afford visitors the privacy they need.
Is there an ATM?
There are several ATMs on site.
Can I bring my pet?
Pets are not permitted in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, nor are there provisions to temporarily house them during a visit. Properly identified service dogs that provide assistance for visitors with disabilities are permitted everywhere.
Food and Drink
Are there Concessions available?
There are concessions available in the Grand Hall on the Show level. The Overlook Café, located on the third floor of the Convention Center, is also open during Show hours.