Though winter’s chill persists outside, the feel of springtime arrives in Philadelphia this month thanks to the 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show presented by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, March 5-13. For 188 years, the Philadelphia Flower Show has captivated visitors from around the globe with stunning displays celebrating the tradition of horticulture, the beauty of plants and the art of gardening.
This year marks not only the 188th PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, but also 100 years of the National Park Service, the stewards of America’s national parks, monuments, battlefields, historic sites, seashores, scenic rivers and trails, the White House and more. The world’s oldest and largest indoor event of its kind, the Flower Show draws more than 260,000 people to Center City Philadelphia every year to take in spectacular floral displays of all shape and size and to take advantage of all the floral action in our fair city. Beyond the garden displays, the Flower Show hosts a stage for a major juried competition in horticulture and floral arranging, as well as tons of gardening talks and demonstrations, special events, a sprawling indoor market and tons of food and drink options — beer garden, anyone? Tapping America’s more than 400 national parks sites as a kicking off point, designers from across the globe will create and display exhibits to fill the convention center’s 10 acres with floral arrangements, gardens and landscapes.
A soaring entrance garden at the 2016 Flower Show welcomes visitors with a spectacle to “Big Timber Lodge,” a take on classic park architecture via an immersive display of art, flowers, waterfalls, dramatic imagery and the sounds of nature.
Returning for 2016, the traveling summertime attraction, the PHS Pop-Up Garden, will pop up at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
At the Flower Show, an indoor version of the come-one-come-all destination will be found at “Base Camp,” in the Convention Center’s main hall. Shopping is a huge component of the Flower Show and, in 2016, more than 180 vendors will set up shop on the convention center floor to peddle a dizzying array of garden furniture, hand-crafted jewelry, cut flowers, unique plants, garden tools, seeds and so much more. With the annual show comes a slew of related programs, parties, exhibitions and specials, and this year is no exception.


Before the show officially opens, join supporters of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society for a black-tie party on Friday, March 4. On Wednesday, March 9, brides-to-be can get wedding advice from more than 50 local experts and sample champagne during Wedding Wednesday at the Flower Show. On Sunday, March 13 the Flower Show Jamboree features family-friendly activities, placing kids at center stage – and we mean that quite literally. Tickets are available in advance online for $27 (adults), $20 (students with valid ID) and $15 (children ages 2-16) until Friday, March 4. After March 4, tickets can be purchased online for $30 (adults), $20 (students) and $15 (children). Tickets can also be purchased for the Flower Show at a number of sales outlets including AAA Mid-Atlantic branches, ACME Markets, Giant Food Stores, Whole Foods Markets, Wegmans Markets and SEPTA ticket outlets. For those who wait to grab tickets at the door, Convention Center box offices sell Flower Show tickets for $34 (adults), $22 (students) and $17 (children).
The Flower Show also makes an excellent excuse to stay overnight in one of Philadelphia’s fine hotels.
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Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia)The world’s oldest and largest indoor event of its kind, the Flower Show draws more than 260,000 people to Center City Philadelphia every year.
Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia)Look out for the Flower Show entrance garden, “Big Timber Lodge,” a take on classic national park architecture via an immersive multimedia floral display.


An awesome PHS program, the Pop-Up Garden initiative has transformed various pockets of underused land around Philadelphia to beautifully landscaped community spaces each summer for the past four years.
A great location to take some respite from trekking through the show, the area will include a giant pop-up beer garden, as well as shopping, dining, live music and Fine Wine & Good Spirits tastings. Come dressed to impress, and take advantage of this opportunity to experience the beautiful designs and displays of the Flower Show before it opens to the public.
In partnership with PAWS, Fido Friday invites four-legged and two-legged friends to experience the show together, starting off with a 6 p.m. Visitors can pre-order tickets online and print them out at home, buy at area retailers or purchase tickets at the Convention Center box office.
Note that a service fee of $1 per ticket is applied to all online ticket purchases at checkout. Check here for Flower Show hotel packages, and check out the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package.



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