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The Cape Town Flower Show takes place from Thursday 27th–Sunday 30th October 2016. In the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the show at the newly refurbished Castle of Good Hope which commemorates its 350th anniversary this year.

In addition to purchasing a general access tickets, Cape Town Flower Show visitors can also opt for a variety of special tickets:


In the magnificent Lady Anne Barnard room, with windows that open up over the show gardens, visitors will be able to meet and mingle with some of South Africa’s horticulture, gardening, and food celebrities at a series of ‘High Tea Talks’.

Speakers at the High Tea Talks include David Davidson, Justine Drake, Keith Kirsten, Jan Blok, Tanya Visser as well as the Show Garden Landscapers.

Tickets are R500 and are limited.  Book through Computicket.


The VIP area at the Cape Town Flower Show is situated on one of the balconies at the Castle overlooking all the magnificent show gardens.

VIP ticket holders will enjoy a glass of bubbly or sparkling water and a gorgeous plate of cucumber and smoked salmon sandwiches, a private VIP cash bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, VIP restrooms as well as general access to the Cape Town Flower Show for that day.R300 each.  Book on Computicket


Jill Manson is well known for her ‘Fresh Cut’ TV programme and is a ‘floral communication expert’.  Her workshop,Flowerscape Workshop with Jill Manson is not to be missed as she’ll share her floral experience and give interesting tips and techniques with flowers.  Tickets to Jill Manson’s workshop cost R300 and includes general show access.


During the Cape Town Flower Show visitors will be given the opportunity to enhance their knowledge through various demonstrations and talks – from how to create beautiful spaces and vertical gardens, to urban farming, permaculture, and water-wise gardening.

The talks and demos programme includes:  Looking after Orchids; Introducing Permaculture; Fear Not the Fungi; among many others. The general demo tickets cost R50 each plus a general access ticket. General access tickets can be bought separately at Computicket.  There will be workshops for the little ones too. With only 25 seats available for each workshop, children can attend the fascinating Biomimicry demo on both Saturday and/or Sunday. These are ideal for children aged 8-12. Please note, these exclude general access tickets. Parents who would like to stay are welcome to, as there will be seating at the back. Otherwise, children will be given ID bands in order to identify parents if need be. Book now to avoid disappointment.

For a detailed schedule of all demos, click here

NB:  If you buy tickets from Computicket online before the show, the general access ticket for adults is R150 and R70 for children 10-17 years (children under 10 – free entry).

Door price at the event:

R180 (adults)

R90 (10-17 year-olds)Children under 10 years old: FREE

Tickets can be purchased at Computicket.

10am – 9pm: ThursdaySaturday
10am – 5pm: Sunday  for more visitor and tour information.

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