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No more tickets available to Hamilton’s Mum Show, but the city promises virtual tours

The 100th annual Mum show, a tribute to front-line workers, is underway at Hamilton's tropical greenhouse in Gage Park.
The 100th annual Mum show, a tribute to front-line workers, is underway at Hamilton's tropical greenhouse in Gage Park. City of Hamilton

You may be out of luck if you wanted a close-up look at the Fall Garden and Mum Show at Hamilton’s Gage Park Greenhouse.

The event started Friday and runs daily until Nov. 1, but in-person visitors were required to reserve their tickets online to gain entry because of limited capacity and physical distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The city says those tickets are gone and the show is sold out.

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For those who can’t attend, in person, virtual tours will begin next week on the city’s website at hamilton.ca/mumshow.

Read more: Free admission in the works for Hamilton’s annual Mum Show, in light of COVID-19

The show includes displays of over 200 varieties of chrysanthemums and more than 100,000 blooms.

This year’s theme pays tribute to front-line workers through a variety of floral displays, including an HSR bus, a waste collection truck and an EMS vehicle.