Flower Show: Celebrate Spring!
The Flower Show returns on April 15th & 16th, 2023 to celebrate Lyndhurst’s spring season with a weekend-long expression of floral design and all things botanical!
The Spring Flower Show returns the weekend of April 15th and 16th. Floral designers transform Lyndhurst with luscious botanical displays that highlight and harmonize with the opulent interiors of the historic mansion. The mansion can be visited at your own pace and is perfect for families with kids. New this year, the basement kitchens have been added to our display and the Grand Picture Gallery is reserved for the display of contemporary art and floral jewelry. Free activities are available throughout the property including a botanical market offering plants, flowers, and garden-related items, special lectures, landscape tours, and workshops for the whole family.
Take a look at installations from years past with our Virtual Flower Show from 2021 and images of the 2022 installations below!
Tickets for this weekend are for general admission with timed entry. You may enter the mansion within the one-hour time frame of your chosen time slot.
Your ticket includes admission to our Welcome Center tent where our local botanical market, free workshops and lectures, and food by Geordanes of Irvington are located.
Please expect to enter the Mansion at the designated time on your ticket.
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The Flower Show is Sponsored by:
Schedule of Events
MANSION FLOWER EXHIBITION
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (last entry at 4:30 pm)
An array of exciting floral art installations mingles with the Victorian opulence of the mansion inside and out! Explore at your own pace without a guided tour. Participating floral artists this year are:
Alison Layton Studio (Brooklyn, NY)
Amanda Finnegan (Brooklyn, NY)
Au Ciel (Irvington, NY)
Cape Lily Designs (Tarrytown, NY)
Colonial Village Flowers (Scarsdale, NY)
Haston Floral and Event Design (New York, NY)
Hops Petunia Floral (Kingston, NY)
Hortulano (New York, NY)
Joshua Werber (Brooklyn, NY)
Kinga Mjosa (Brooklyn, NY)
Lemon Terrace Florals (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY)
Maple Field Floral (Peekskill, NY)
Michelle Edgemont Design (Tarrytown, NY)
Mossy Fern (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY)
Ned Kelly & Company (Piermont, NY)
Penny Karvounis Flowers (Mount Kisco, NY)
Sourabh Gupta Designs (Harlem, NY)
Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
We have an exciting array of botanical vendors this year including eclectic House plants, native plants, cut flowers, topiaries, planting vessels & posts, and more! You will definitely be bringing something beautiful home with you.
Entry is included with your ticket purchase. After taking in the flower exhibition in the mansion, peruse various local shops and florists and find something special.
Vendors for the Market include:
Atlock Farm: Ken Selody
Au Ciel: Lifestyle
Homegrown Kitchen Gardens
The Flowerhouse 10547
Furbelow & Bibelot
Lisa Maxwell Botanic Art
Ned Kelly and Company Orchids
Orangerie: Garden + Home
Rock Garden Society: Hudson Valley Chapter
Sponsored by Renewal by Andersen.
Saturday and Sunday, 1 PM & 3 PM.
Lemon Terrace Florals will be back Saturday, April 15 with Dried Flower Play at 1 PM, and Mini Terrariums at 3 PM. Saturday only.
Mossy Fern will be here Sunday, April 16 with Carnivorous Plant Mini Garden at 1 PM, and Japanese Moss Balls (Kokedama) at 3 PM. Sunday only.
Workshops are free to ticket holders, sign up information coming soon!
WALK + TALKS:
Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 AM & 2 PM
Walk + Talk with the Rock Garden Society about Lyndhurst’s native Rock Garden planting beds and how you can start your own! Saturday & Sunday, 11:30 AM.
Walk + Talk with Justin Rawson, NYS Arborist, about Lyndhurst’s historic specimen trees and what makes them special. Saturday & Sunday, 2 PM.
Included with your ticket purchase. Sign up on-site when you arrive for a free walk and talk lecture. Run time: approx 50 minutes.
Bonhams Skinner, the renowned New England auction house, will be showing a selection of exquisite jewels and treasures featured in their upcoming spring auctions. John Colassaco, Jewelry expert and Deputy Director of Fine Jewels, will be in the Mansion’s Grand Picture Gallery to talk with visitors about market trends and the fine art of jewelry collecting.
FOOD BY GEORDANES OF IRVINGTON
Saturday and Sunday, 10 AM to 3 PM
Grab a light lunch, a snack, or just some coffee and treats at the Lyndhurst Welcome Center.
The Lyndhurst Gift Shop will be open for all guests to peruse our selection of spring items for purchase.
Tickets & Admission
Senior, AAA, Military, Student: $28
Youth (Ages 6-16): $18
Children ( Ages 5 and younger): Free
Online ticket sales close at 8 am on the day of the event. Purchase by phone: Call 1(888)718-4253 opt. 1 (additional fees apply to phone orders).
Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Discounts are available to eligible visitors. Membership discounts are only valid for Classic Mansion Tours only, July through September 26th.
Mansion entry for these weekends is general timed admission. There will be no guided tours of the mansion
Lyndhurst welcomes all visitors, but please note that this event requires the ability to be standing for approximately one hour and climb stairs.
The event traverses two floors of the mansion and only the first floor of the mansion is handicap accessible.
There is no elevator in this historic building.
Plan Your Trip
Please check-in at the Welcome Center, the brick complex located just past Lyndhurst mansion, where visitors can visit the gift shop and get refreshments. No large bags or backpacks will be permitted in the mansion. Plan to arrive at the Welcome Center 15 minutes prior to your timed entry.