Macy's Union Square
Sunday, April 8th
San Francisco. Gorgeous blooms.
arrangements. Fantasy flora
& fauna. This
season’s “Once Upon a
Springtime” show imagines
world of wonder. Lose yourself in all
the breathtaking delights as you enter a
typically seen only in the most fanciful
Explore our spectacular settings where heroic
characters triumph over competing forces to
usher in the
beauty of spring. You’ll be sure to interact with the Flower
Show like never before.
Maps, special features
and more—check back
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What are the hours of Macy's Flower Show?
Sunday, March 25 through Sunday, April 8, during regular store hours at participating locations. However, Macy's stores will be closed Easter Sunday, April 1. For store hours, please visit macys.com or contact your local store.
Is there a cost or are tickets required to see the show?
No ticket is required. The show is free and open to the public.
Can I purchase the plants and flowers displayed in the show?
Yes! Following the show, Macy's is partnering with the Delancey Street Foundation for the Macy's Flower Show Plant Sale. Select plants and flowers will be available for sale at Pier 32 on the Embarcadero in San Francisco on Monday, April 9, starting at 9AM. All proceeds will benefit the Delancey Street Foundation.
Where can I learn more about Macy's history, gardening or the plants featured in the show?
Special Flower Show classes and events will also take place over the show's two-week span. For details, please see the events section above.
Where can I park? Is there free or validated parking?
Up to 3 hours parking validation at Union Square and Ellis-O'Farrell structures for Macy's cardholders. A minimum $25 purchase to qualify for parking validation, except Platinum holders, on day of purchase. No minimum purchase for Platinum holders. Receipt required to receive validation.
I'm a florist/vendor. How can I be a part of the show?
Please contact the Special Events Department in early November 2018 to request participation in the 2019 Macy's Flower Show.