Plan Your Visit
Everything you need to know about the show
Opening TimesPreview evenings: 5pm-9pm
Day events: 10am-5pm
Lindley Hall, SW1P 2QW
Lawrence Hall SW1P 2QD
The RHS Spring Launch and Orchid Show will take place across both halls. The RHS Art and Photography Show will take place in the Lindley Hall only.
For general enquiries about the show, please contact Shows Customer Care.
Tickets for RHS London Shows are currently unavailable.
Useful informationRHS London Shows take place across both the RHS Lindley and RHS Lawrence Halls in Westminster. We suggest making your way to the shows by public transport.
The information provided is correct at time of publishing, please check before departing for the show.
Travel by trainSt James's Park underground station (Circle & District line) is a short walk to the RHS Halls.
Victoria train station (Circle, District and Victoria Line and National Rail) is a short walk to the Halls.
Travel by bus
Bus 507 stops closest to the Halls on Rochester Row.
Bus numbers 2, 36, 185 stop on Vauxhall bridge road, which is a short walk to the Halls.
For further information on bus travel, visit the Transport for London website.
Limited on-street parking is available in the immediate area, and there is off-street parking nearby in Horseferry Road.
Blue badge parking information can be found on the City of Westminster website.
For coach parking information please visit Transport for London website
To find out more on how to navigate to the show from different areas of London go to the Transport for London Journey Planner.
Travel by cycleThere are several cycle racks in the local area. Santander Cycles hire is also available in London with two docking stations close by. These are available 24 hours a day, all year round. The two closest docking stations are on Vincent Square and Greycoat Street, immediately outside the Lindley Hall.
Cash pointThere is no cash machine inside either Hall. The closest ATM is located inside the Sainsbury’s on Rochester Row.
Most of the exhibitors will accept payment by credit or debit card.
Food & drinkThere is a variety of catering options at the London shows including tea and coffee. We also provide options for vegetarians and vegans.
AnimalsPlease note that pet animals are not permitted at this show - only guide and assistance dogs can be admitted. Please do not leave dogs unattended in parked cars.
RHS Gardening AdviceThe RHS Gardening Advice stand is 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.
CloakroomThere is a cloakroom where coats and small bags can be left. Any items are left at the owner's risk.
MembershipEnquiries about membership and joining the RHS can be made at the Membership desk.
Useful informationThe RHS believes that disabled visitors should have the same opportunity to enjoy our shows as other visitors and is committed to making your visit as problem-free as possible.
We aim to meet your needs and expectations wherever we can and to ensure that your experience of the show is enjoyable and comfortable. Please note, however, that due to the historic nature of our buildings, some areas are not accessible.
Disabled assistanceAttendants cannot be provided but one companion is admitted free of charge per visitor whose disability necessitates assistance. Please mention this at the time of booking as discounts cannot be applied retrospectively. Proof of eligibility is required and all tickets are subject to availability.
AccessibilityAll areas are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the Dais in the Lawrence Hall. Visitors requiring access to the talks area in the Lindley Hall should contact the Shows Customer Service Team in advance of their visit to discuss accessibility arrangements. Please alert a member of staff on arrival and we will assist you to step-free access and the catering facilities.
Assistance dogsAssistance dogs are welcomed in all areas.
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