Spend colourful autumn days in Herefordshire
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Enjoy an abundance of autumn colour and feel the leaves crunch beneath your feet at our special places in Herefordshire. With indoor and outdoor events and activities, it's the perfect time to get away from it all.
Berrington’s year-long tribute to Georgian fashion continues with the ‘A thousand fancies’ exhibition. ‘18th-century Country Casuals’ arrives this September and ‘Mr Darcy’ sets heart aflutter with iconic costumes from the BBC’s ‘Pride & Prejudice.’ The Georgian theme continues outdoors with ‘Capability’ Brown’s final landscape in full autumn colour.
Enjoy glorious autumn by exploring 1,700-acres of open parkland and witness breathtaking views across rolling countryside. Throughout October come and embrace nature and its changing colours, join our organised Fungal Foray and Apple Pressing events. Step indoors and be inspired by recently renovated rooms in the moated manor house.
Croft Castle and Parkland
With an outstanding collection of veteran trees, Croft is one of the best places to see autumn colours. Far reaching views from the Iron Age hill fort take in the sweeping Herefordshire countryside right across to the Brecon Beacons and there is a depth of fungi, blackberries, damsons and wildlife to be sought. Some of Herefordshire’s biggest conkers and chestnuts (perfect for roasting) can also be found in many places around our ancient parkland.
See what’s been harvested in the walled garden with the historic glass houses full of onions and a coloured array of squashes in all shapes and sizes. The garden will soon be full of autumn colour and families can enjoy a Green Man Trail during half-term.