About the Malvern Autumn Show

24 - 26 September 2021

The Malvern Autumn Show is a true celebration of food, the countryside, gardening and nostalgia. The event hosts a range of cookery demonstrations, gardening talks, vegetable displays, vintage tractors, crafts and more.

Malvern Autumn Pavilion is home to a host of gardening experts in the Autumn Theatre along with exciting exhibits. As well as the RHS Flower Show, visitors can marvel at the size of the exhibits in the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetables Championship.

The Autumn Show has a big focus on agriculture, and you will find duck herding, gundog demonstrations, dog agility competitions and a vintage tractor display.  There are also animals of all shapes and sizes waiting to greet visitors including dogs, horses, sheep and much more, as well as competitions for rabbits, guinea pigs and poulty where you can come and learn all about these furry, fluffy and feathered friends.

Welcoming more than 65,000 people through the gates of the Three Counties Showground, the Malvern Autumn Show is once again set to be a seasonal spectacle. The feast of family entertainment includes the RHS Flower Show, giant vegetables, animal shows and activities, top chefs, gardening experts and a host of celebrities.


  • RHS Flower Show
  • Plant shops
  • Floral art
  • Cookery demonstrations
  • Plant demonstrations in the Potting Shed
  • CANNA UK National Giant Vegetables Championship
  • Family fun and activities
  • World of Animals with animal parades and competitions, including flyball
  • Old Tyme fairground

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