Friday 17th - Sunday 19th MAY 2024



A great day out at Hylands Estate

When booking tickets to the National Flower Show 2024 you’ll not only be able to access the show, but also the beautiful grounds and gardens at Hylands Estate, creating the perfect day out to explore this wonderful historical site.

Entry to the National Flower Show

Tickets for the National Flower Show 2024 include access to 1000s of plants and knowledgable plantsmen in the Outdoor Plant Village as well as Floral displays inside Hylands House, the Home & Country Living Pavilion, Fine Food & Drink Pavilion, Craft & Gift Pavilion, the outdoor shopping village, live music and entertainment, food and refreshments and more.

Admission into Hylands House

Your tickets include entry into Hylands House; a Grade II listed stately home that dates back to the 18th Century. Explore the ground floor rooms, which all feature stunning floral displays and competitions during the three-day show with this year's theme: Hollywood at Hylands.

Hylands History & Gardens Tour

Learn about the history of Hylands House and Gardens with the FREE muiltimedia tour. There are plenty of fascinating facts to give you an overview of Hylands’ past and its role today. Enjoy the tour with official handheld devices, which can be borrowed from The Stables Information Point for a refundable £10 deposit. Or you can use your smartphone to listen to the tour by scanning the QR code at the post stops.

Pleasure Gardens

The beautiful Victorian Pleasure Gardens can be found by following a secluded pathway to the side of the National Flower Show. The gardens date back to the early 1900s, with several period garden styles to explore. The two oak arbours draped with Wisteria create a stunning centre piece to this peaceful and tranquil area.

One World Garden

To enter the One World Garden you will pass through the Garden Pavilion which houses the start of a rill which meanders its way peacefully through the garden. See specimen plants such as Acer Katsura and Magnolia Grandiflora as well as planting schemes including Gunnera Manicata, Echinacea, Phlox and the recently established Cob Nut Walk. Take a look and see what else you can find.

Serpentine Lake

If you go for a wander around Hylands Estate Parkland, you'll discover the Serpentine Lake. The lake was created as part of Humphry Repton’s landscaping of the Hylands Estate shortly after 1800, and was made to look like a river. It has been recently restored after becoming overgrown with trees and vegetation.


Hylands Estate boasts 574 acres of parkland - perfect for picnics and long walks in the summer. Explore the greenery and then take a break in the natural shade under one of the many trees and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors.

The Woods

Nearly a quarter of Hylands Estate is covered in woodland which includes a mix of ancient woods and plantations. Explore South Wood, Writtle Wood and Jubilee Wood on your visit - you might even spot some local wildlife as you wander through the Estate.

FREE Parking

Parking is FREE for all visitors to the National Flower Show, with Blue Badge parking available. Follow the signs and directions from the car park marshals on the day of the show, who will guide you to the event parking area.