The Festival is open 9am - 6pm daily.
By Car - on approach to the Showground please follow the yellow AA signs. If you have a parking hanger for a specific car park please ensure this is visible so stewards can easily direct you to the right area. Disabled parking is located through Brown Gate.
By Train - the closest train station to the Festival is Great Malvern Station, from here there is a free shuttle bus running from 9am - 6pm. The shuttle bus collects & drops off outside Great Malvern Station ticket office & Three Counties Red Gate.
As you enter the festival catalogues are available to buy at £4 each. Catalogues contain exhibitor information, a map, theatre timetables & more.
You can download a map closer to the festival. For a detailed map & further information please pick up a festival catalogue on arrival.
We'll upload theatre timetables closer to the festival.
There are lots of places to pick up a bite to eat.
Want somewhere inside to rest your feet & fill up? Head to Severn Hall Spring Festival Atrium. Located at the centre of the showground the Atrium features a quintessential English village green scene & serves a wide range of Food & Drink.
Don't forget you to pick up delicious treats in the Festival Food & Drink Pavilion and from the Arts Market outside Severn Hall Spring Festival Atrium.
Over in the Festival Green sponsored by Worcester, Bosch Group, you will find a selection of street style food outlets serving Italian, Spanish & Greek food and a vintage tea room in addition to all our outdoor catering units
Please remember only participating and assistance dogs are permitted on the showground. Any cars containing dogs will be refused entry to car parks.