Plan Your Visit
Everything you need to know about the show
Three Counties Showground
Opening timesShow times
Friday – Sunday (23 – 25 September 2022)
9am – 6pm
AccessibilityThis is a permanent showground with many hard-floored areas, but some exhibits are located in grassed areas.
Disabled assistanceThree Counties are committed to improving accessibility to the facilities and aim to make trips more comfortable and enjoyable for visitors with disabilities. Our admissions policy admits one companion of a disabled visitor free of charge, while the normal admission fee applies to the disabled visitor, when booked in advance. This concession is only available by applying in advance with supporting documents.
For more information or to book please call Three Counties on 01684 584 924.
WheelchairsManual and electric wheelchairs are available for hire, but must be booked in advance (please note that attendants cannot be provided). Please call 01386 725391 during office hours for an application form, or visit Event Mobility.
There is a £10 donation for the hire of a manual wheelchair and a £25 donation for the hire of an electric wheelchair.
Assistance dogsWe welcome assistance dogs and dogs participating in the show on to the showground. No other dogs will be allowed into the show or car parks. Please do not leave dogs in vehicles unattended.
Travel by carMalvern Autumn Show is located approximately ten miles from the M5 and M50 motorways and is easily accessible. Follow the brown signs for Three Counties Showground from all the main routes. Once in close proximity to the showground, follow the yellow AA signs.
Postcode: WR13 6NW
Travel by trainRail passengers should travel to Great Malvern station. Tickets can be booked via the National Rail website.
There is a free shuttle bus service from Great Malvern station to the showground for the Malvern Autumn Show, running from 9am to 6pm. The shuttle bus picks up from outside Great Malvern station ticket office and drops off at the showground's Red Gate. Please contact 01684 584900 for more information on the shuttle bus service.
ParkingThere is ample free parking at the show; you will be directed to an appropriate car park on arrival. All car parks are open from 8am.
You can book Gold Parking at £15, this car park is located closer to the show.
CoachesThere is dedicated coach parking, on approach follow AA signs for Coach Parking / Brown Car Park.
Disabled parkingBlue badge holders should follow signs for Disabled Parking / Brown Gate, we will direct you from there. Where possible you will be parked on hard ground.
Useful informationThis is an event which is staged both inside and out, and as such is subject to varying weather and ground conditions. We therefore advise that you check the weather forecast for the day of your visit, consider the nature of the event and the effects of any inclement weather on surface conditions, and wear suitable clothing and footwear.
If you are looking for further information or help at the show, please make your way to the Show Office.
Food & drinkThere will be plenty of food and drink outlets around the show offering everything from a quick snack, a drink, ice cream or a sit down lunch.
RHS members can take advantage of the exclusive Members' area in Linden, where food and drink will be available all day. It's the ideal place for you to take a moment out and relax before venturing back into the show.
ATMsATMs are available for withdrawing cash, there is a charge for this service.
DogsUnfortunately, we can only allow assistance and participating dogs on the Showground and car parks during Three Counties Agricultural Society events.
Please do not leave dogs unattended in vehicles. For all other third party events, please contact the organisers directly to find out about their dog policy.
First aidBritish Red Cross are in attendance at the show - please contact the Show Office for their location. If you need their assistance at the show, please speak to the nearest steward who will be able to help you.
Lost children/propertyIf you misplace items at the show, please report this to the Show Office. If you get separated from your children at the show, please advise the closest Steward who will be able to assist you.
Baby changing facilitiesFacilities are available at the show and locations are available from the Show Office.
SmokingSmoking is prohibited in any enclosed or partially enclosed public area.
Plant crèche and porter serviceA plant crèche is available at the show for you to leave purchases during the day. All items must be collected by the end of the day and are left at the owner’s risk.
A porter service, run by the local Sea Cadets, is available to help get your purchases to a collection point.
RHS Gardening AdviceThe RHS Gardening Advice stands are manned by our team of experts who give advice to visitors at all our shows on a host of subjects. At the RHS we are committed to protecting plant health and ask that visitors bring photographs of their plant problems to our shows rather than live plant material. This applies when visiting the RHS Gardening Advice stands or exhibitors in the floral marquees and will help to safeguard all the plants at the shows.
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.