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Chelsea Flower Show

22nd - 26th May 2007

About Chelsea Flower Show
The Chelsea Flower Show is held annually for 5 days in May and has been at the Royal Hospital Chelsea since 1913.
Originally known as the Great Spring Show, it was first held in Kensington in 1862.

There are around 600 exhibitors in total. The show will feature around 50 gardens and more than 100 floral exhibitors in the Great Pavilion.

International exhibitors come from countries as far away as the Sweden, Barbados, Sri Lanka, France, Holland, Germany, Australia, Jamaica, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago and Zimbabwe.

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How to get there

It is recommended you travel to the Chelsea Flower Show by public transport


Sloane Square station (on the District and Circle lines) is a 10-minute walk from the Showground.


Bus numbers 11, 137, 211, 239, 319 and 360 stop closest to the Showground, while numbers 19, 22 and C1 stop at Sloane Square.

More detailed instructions are on the Chelsea Flower Show website

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