Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We are here to help with answers to questions that we are regularly asked.
Unfortunately, we are only able to welcome registered assistance dogs to the show.
Please choose your show date carefully, as once purchased, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
The Autumn Flower Show is held at Newby Hall, near Ripon.
Please don't confuse this with the Spring Flower Show that is held at the Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate.
Take a look at our Getting Here guide, which provides information on how to get to the Autumn Flower Show by public and private transport.
A tantalising choice of food and drink awaits you whether you seek a laid-back dining experience or a more refined affair, we offer a diverse range of options to suit every preference
Picnic and seating areas can also be found around the Show, making the perfect place to unwind and savour your culinary delights.
Take a look at the Eating at the Show page to find out more.
Show gates open at 9.30am and close at 5pm on each day.
We operate an e-ticket system, whereby you book and pay for your tickets online and these are emailed to you.
You will need to bring a printed copy of your tickets with you OR be able to display your tickets on your mobile phone.
There will be an ATM available at the show. Please note that the ATM charges for each withdrawal.
We provide exhibitors, retailers and food outlets with the ability to accept card payments at the show.
Blue Badge parking is available at the show, and is allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Wheelchair and mobility scooter hire is available to pre-book through Advanced Mobility Solutions or call 01274 568131 to book.
Much of the event is staged in halls and marquee pavilions, meaning the show can go ahead whatever the weather.
Children of all ages are welcome to the show.
A ticket for a 0-15 year old is FREE but needs to be booked with the ticket/s of the accompanying adult/s.
A Plant & Product Crèche facility, supported by gardening charity Perennial, is available to provide safe storage of your purchases whilst you continue to enjoy the show.
The NEHS is the North of England Horticultural Society, a charity established in 1911 to promote and encourage horticulture across the north of England. The charity organises the Spring and Autumn flower shows as part of its charitable work. To find out more, take a look at About Us.