Frequently Asked Questions About the Colorado Garden & Home Show
Click here for directions to the Colorado Convention Center.
Where do I park?
Parking will be available at Sports Authority Field at Mile High during the show for $5 per vehicle per day. Take the Colfax exit off I-25 and go west to North Federal.
Is there handicapped parking?
Yes, there is handicapped parking on the Welton Street side of the Convention Center between 13th & 14th Streets.
Are shuttles handicap accessible?
Yes, some of the shuttles are handicapped accessible.
Are wheelchairs available?
A very limited number of wheelchairs are available free of charge. Please inquire at the Will Call booth located in the lower lobby. Wheelchairs are provided by Porter Hospital with a valid ID. Strollers are not available but are permitted should you chose to bring your own.
How much does admission cost?
Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and kids 12 and under are free. Seniors 60 and over can purchase a $10 ticket at the door, which is $2 off regular adult admission. We offer 2 for 1 admission Monday-Thursday.
Do seminars cost extra?
No, all seminars are free and included in your ticket price.
Where can the seminar schedule be found?
The seminar schedule is included in the show program at the entrance to the show or click here for this year’s schedule of seminars.
Is there food available at the Convention Center?
Yes, the Convention Center has food service available at the show.
Can I buy tickets with a credit card?
Yes, we accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover. Checks and cash are also accepted.
Is my ticket good for more than one day? Are there multiple day tickets?
There are no multiple day tickets. Tickets are good for one day only.
Can I bring a camera or video recorder?
Yes, you can bring a camera or video recorder but please respect those exhibitors who do not want pictures taken of their booth or products.
Is there a coat check?
The coat check is open Friday and on Saturday’s and Sunday’s.
Is there a lost and found?
Yes, there is an Information Desk at the front entrance inside the show.
What happens to the flowers at the end of the show?
At the end of the show’s nine-day run, more than 100 volunteers from approximately 20 metro area Rotary Clubs and several Boy Scout Troops converge on the Convention Center to carefully box more than 6,500 flowers and plants and ready them for delivery the next day. Rotarians will deliver the show’s still-fresh flowers to nearly 60 local nursing homes. This is the 18th year Rotarians have managed the flower delivery program.