Autumn at Anglesey Abbey
As the tones of green fade in to shades of copper and red, join us at Anglesey Abbey to discover a unique garden bought and designed by Lord Fairhaven and his brother in 1926; 114 acres of magnificent gardens, and a Wildlife Discovery area full of wild adventures, all within a few miles of the historic city of Cambridge.
Daily from 9.30am | Starting from 22 September 2020
From formal gardens full of colour to open spaces and avenues lined with copper trees, autumn at Anglesey Abbey is not something to be missed.
Designed to have a peak each and every season, the gardens are still providing calm spaces to walk, places to sit and photograph hot spots a plenty. To find out where our current favourite spots are, head to our gardens page where you'll find the latest information on the gardens currently looking their best.
We currently have areas of freeflow and one-way routes in place, taking in many of our favourite autumn spaces such as the circular route, Jubilee Avenue, Coronation Avenue, Pilgrims and Temple lawn. Download a copy of our map here.
Half Term Fun at Anglesey Abbey
Go mad for minibeasts this October half-term and discover the creepy crawlies who call Anglesey Abbey home. Can you find all the creatures lurking in the gardens?