Maricopa County Home & Garden Show returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale in October

Sep 28, 2021, 4:35 AM | Updated: 7:19 am

PHOENIX — The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale in October with the debut of a themed landscape competition.

Taking place Oct. 15-17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, people can shop fall-inspired indoor and outdoor decorating items from a variety of local businesses, artisans and home improvement companies across the Valley at the largest home show in the southwest.

“Our fall event displays an array of inspiration for Arizonans to spruce up their home for the holiday season with one-of-a-kind décor with the best deals in design, remodeling and landscape,” Katie Jones, show manager, said in a press release.

“Guests can enjoy DIY workshops, free gardening and crafting classes, complimentary home improvement consultations and more.”

Among the attractions is the new “Garden of the World” landscape competition.

“For the first time ever at the Home Show, you can transport to different regions of the world by walking through the elaborate ‘Gardens of the World’ attraction and vote for your favorite gardenscape,” Jones said.

Landscapes include a royal garden inspired by a French Chateau, a winter wonderland of Norway, an Arabian Nights-inspired garden as well as the classic All-American backyard with plenty of red, white and blue pride, according to the release.

General admission is $5 each day for adults, with kids ages 3-12 being $2. Children under the age of two are free.

A variety of discounts for general admission can be found on the official website.

Onsite parking is $10 and only cash will be accepted per the City of Scottsdale, according to the release.

A large food court and ATMs will also be onsite at the cash-only facility.

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Maricopa County Home & Garden Show returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale in October