Great Pavilion of Art and Flowers

Step inside the Great Pavilion of Art and Flowers and see our theme for the festival, the Great Exhibition of 1851, come alive.  The pavilion will showcase the way the natural world has inspired artists throughout the centuries.

British Cut Flower Growers & Flower Theatre 

Expert floral designer, Jonathan Moseley, will be joined by a host of talented florists creating beautiful displays showcasing the fine art of floristry.

The bijou floral theatre will feature daily talks and demos on the art of flower arranging featuring special guests including Jonathan Moseley (pictured right with the floor to ceiling floral fountain he built at RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2017) and Nick Grounds.

1919 Lounge

Once you have browsed exquisite flowers and works of art, head to the 1919 Lounge, in the heart of the pavilion, where local hotel and restaurant Cottage in the Wood will be serving signature cocktails and a sampling menu. 

Floral Art

Home to works of art, all created from flowers and foliage. This is a delight for the senses with the exhibition full of colour and fragrance. 

The class categories have been chosen relating back to the Great Exhibition of 1851 theme and include Crystal Palace and British Design. Youngsters are encouraged to join in too with classes inspired by Beatrix Potter, Harry Potter plus Magic and Mystery. 

Visitors inspired by this art can learn to make simple arrangements under the expert tutorship of Nick Grounds in the Floral Theatre. 


Come back in the new year as we will announce details of a special feature we're working on with Museum of Royal Worcester.