Belgravia in Bloom is now over for 2024. Next year's Belgravia in Bloom will be taking place at the end of May 2025. 

Find out what's on in Belgravia

The Belgravia in Bloom festival is returning for its ninth year with a Floral Fun and Games theme. Visit Belgravia in Bloom to see the neighbourhood come alive with epic floral installations. Here are a few reasons to visit London’s must-see floral festival. 

Take a selfie with showstopping flower displays

Discover Belgravia in Bloom’s epic floral displays inspired by our Floral Fun and Games theme, created by world-famous Belgravia florists, including Neill Strain, Moyses Stevens and Judith Blacklock. Find a full list of all shops and restaurants taking part in Belgravia in Bloom, along with a map on where to find the displays, here

Two women take a selfie in front of a Rubik's cube flower display

Indulge in cupcakes at Peggy Porschen

Tuck into spring cupcakes decorated with berries and edible flowers at photogenic Elizabeth Street cafe Peggy Porschen. Find more special offers and experiences available during Belgravia in Bloom

Peggy Porschen shopfront

Ice floral biscuits at Biscuiteers

Pipe, feather and ice floral-themed biscuits at an icing class at Biscuiteers in Eccleston Yards. Led by an expert icer, the two-hour workshop includes plenty of tricks and techniques that you can try at home. You’ll leave the class with a beautiful tin of biscuits you’ve iced yourself. Book a place on an icing class. The workshops are taking place on 18, 19, 22, 25 and 26 May. Find more floral-themed workshops taking place during Belgravia in Bloom. 

16 biscuits that look like flowers

Belgravia in Bloom afternoon teas

Indulge in the Peninsula hotel's Belgravia in Bloom afternoon tea, which celebrates the best of this season's produce at the newly opened hotel on Grosvenor Place; or book The Goring's Bloomin' Lovely Afternoon Tea, which has been created to mark Belgravia in Bloom and Chelsea Flower Show. Available from 13 to 26 May at The Goring Hotel on Beeston Place. 

Floral-shaped cakes

Sip floral cocktails in Belgravia's heavenly bars

Raise a glass to Belgravia in Bloom by enjoying a floral cocktail in one of Belgravia's restaurants and bars. 

In Eccleston Yards, steakhouse The Jones Family Kitchen will offer floral cocktails, along with Morena, who will be serving up a refreshing tropical spritz. And on nearby Eccleston Street, Chucs will be adding a new cocktail called Azur Blossom to its menu. 

Head to The Lanesborough's Library Bar to order its interactive Noughts and Crosses cocktail, a gin sour-inspired libation featuring ginger, St Germain elderflower liqueur, lemon, basil and Hendrick's gin. The cocktail is served alongside miniature flowers, inviting guests to play noughts and crosses atop the drink's foam layer.  

Stop by Mina's on Motcomb Street to sip its limited-edition Belgravia in Bloom cocktail specials, including the Vine & Victory Spritz and the Blossom Breeze Martini. When you order one of the special cocktails, take a creative photo of the drink and then post on Instagram using the hashtag #MinasFloralCocktail and tag @minaslondon. The most captivating photo will win a £50 voucher.  

Also on Motcomb Street, Motcombs restaurant will be serving floral cocktails and desserts. 

Boutique hotel The Hari will be offering a Floral Fortune cocktail, flavoured with gin, Midori and St Germain, and decorated with edible flowers. 

Floral cocktails at The Lanesborough
Noughts and Crosses cocktails at The Lanesborough's Library Bar

Feast on floral-inspired sweet treats in picture-perfect cafes & shops

Buy bespoke floral biscuits at Biscuiteers, created especially for Belgravia in Bloom, and available to buy from 20 to 27 May. 

Visit Elizabeth Street's Chestnut Bakery to indulge in a limited-edition Belgravia in Bloom croissant, topped with the essence of elderflower, and also available to buy during the flower festival. 

A croissant in a mug surrounded by pink flowers
Floral croissant at Chestnut Bakery

Sip a gin and tonic at a Silent Pool Gin pop-up

Indulge in an exquisite gin and tonic at our Silent Pool Gin pop-up in Eccleston Yards, just minutes from Victoria station. The Silent Pool Gin bar will open on:

  • Monday 20 May: 12pm to 6pm
  • Tuesday 21 May: 12pm to 6pm
  • Wednesday 22 May to Sunday 26 May: 12pm to 8pm
  • Monday 27 May: 12pm to 6pm.
Bottle of Silent Pool gin on a table with flowers and a basket of flowers

Tuck into floral-themed menus in Belgravia's landmark restaurants

Italian restaurant Enoteca Turi is offering a vibrant Belgravia in Bloom menu focussed on fresh spring Italian produce, while Morena in Eccleston Yards is offering two specials: cherry blossom buttermilk pancakes and a refreshing tropical spritz. 

A plate of pancakes and a tropical drink in a cocktail glass with a straw

Enjoy special offers in Belgravia's boutiques

Many of Belgravia’s leading boutiques are offering special offers and promotions during Belgravia in Bloom. On Elizabeth Street, receive a free butterfly umbrella when you spend £150 or more in-store at Joanna Wood during the festival. 

Everyone who makes a purchase in-store at Tissa Fontaneda on Motcomb Street will be gifted a small flower bouquet during the festival. 

Find all Belgravia in Bloom special offers and promotions.

Joanna Wood shopfront
Tissa Fontanada shopfront

Refuel in Belgravia's picture-perfect cafes and restaurants

While exploring Belgravia in Bloom, stop to refuel with breakfast, cake and coffee, lunch or dinner. Picture-pretty Elizabeth Street bursts with picturesque cafes, including Peggy Porschen with its pastel pink shopfront, Instagram-famous Tomtom Coffee House, and Chestnut Bakery whose counter groans with heavenly cakes, sticky buns and limited-edition croissants stuffed with mouth-watering fillings. Looking for lunch or dinner options? Head to Eccleston Yards to visit Atis for healthy salads; Jones Family Kitchen for juicy steaks; Wild by Tart for seasonal sharing plates, and Morena for Latin American fare. If you need to refuel near Motcomb Street, visit neighbourhood restaurant Mina’s for Mediterranean-style small plates, pizza and salad. If you’re exploring the flower displays around London design hub Pimlico Road, sink your teeth into a healthy salad at cafe-deli Daylesford Organic. See our full guide to where to eat and drink during Belgravia in Bloom

Chestnut Bakery

Vote for your favourite floral display!

Once you've visited all of the floral displays, don't forget to vote for your favourite one on our voting page! Voting opens on 20 May, 2024. 

A snakes and ladder floral display next to a phone box with two women laughing