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This year The Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society is returning for it’s 116th Royal Windsor Flower Show. It’s a fun and memorable event for all ages that raises funds for the Society’s charitable objectives of promoting interest in horticulture, cookery and crafts in the community. It makes for a fantastic family Summer day out – read on to find out more about the Royal Windsor Flower Show.
About the Royal Windsor Flower Show?
The Royal Windsor Flower Show is a great day out for the whole family. It features incredible showcase gardens, fabulous British nurseries and fascinating talks and speakers plus so much more.
The show holds traditional competitions classes for all ages and abilities. The incredible competition class entries can be seen on the day. Click here if you would like to enter a competition class. There are also workshops and demonstrations during the day plus wonderful producers, craftspeople and food suppliers.
There is plenty of entertainment for children and adults including a designated children’s area featuring gardening with Little Muddy Boots and crafting with Busy Buttons CORE. Plus Berkshire Birds of Prey, Punch & Judy and a Circus training camp.
All rounded off with some music and good food! It’s a unique, unmissable family day out!
Who will be at the Show?
The speakers this year include garden royalty Alan Titchmarsh, Andre Tranquilini and Dr David Hamilton.
When is the Royal Windsor Flower Show?
Saturday 10th June 2023,10am to 6pm.
Where is the Show?
York Club, Windsor Great Park, SL4 2BS.
How to get tickets for the Royal Windsor Flower Show
Tickets are £20pp for adults, £6 for children (aged 5-17), children under 5 go free. Family tickets are also available at £49. A small booking fee also applies to all tickets.
You can purchase your tickets by clicking here.
Parking is free for ticket holders.
What else is there to do in Windsor?
If you find yourself staying around Windsor following your day out at the Flower Show then you might like to take a read through these posts for further ideas of things to do in the historic town;
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