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Bloom in the Park 2019
May 30 @ 9:00 am - June 3 @ 6:00 pmVarious
Bloom was launched by Bord Bia in 2007 primarily as a promotional vehicle for horticulture; providing a showcase for garden plants, garden design, construction, horticulture and gardening as a hobby. Based on similar successful formats such as the RHS Chelsea Flower Shows and RHS Hampton Court Palace shows, Bloom has numerous highly creative gardens and plant displays which are used to inspire and excite the public about gardening and garden design. The OPW’s support and provision of 70 acres at the heart of the Phoenix Park has assisted Bord Bia in developing a show with a greater diversity of content than traditional garden shows. Bord Bia’s wider remit across food, drink and horticulture has enabled the development a consumer show that engages the public with artisan and Bord Bia Quality Assured food, meeting Ireland’s top chefs and cooks and learning more about and experiencing Irish fruit, vegetables and potato production. Bloom, which is organised by Bord Bia, celebrates its 11th anniversary this year
30th May – 3rd June 2019
Ticket prices from the 1st March-29th May
Opening Times: 9am – 6pm Daily
Weekday – Valid Thursday Or Friday.
Weekend – Valid Sat Or Sun Or Bank Holiday Mon.
2 Day – Valid ANY two days of the event
To purchase tickets over the phone please call: 0818 719 300
To purchase tickets online please click here
Concession – Senior (66+ years) / Student. I.D required on admission.
Children (16 and under) – Up to 3 per paying adult.
Please note that all online bookings are subject to a Ticketmaster customer service charge.
For any queries regarding tickets please call:
0818 903001 – Republic of Ireland Customers
0333 321 9996 – Northern Ireland & UK Customers
00 353 818 903001 – International Customers
For any group bookings (10+ people) please contact below:
Phone: +353 (1) 648 6029 Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*No dogs are permitted onsite with the exception of assistance dogs. Please do not leave dogs unattended in parked cars.*