Autumn at Dyrham Park
A park awash with colour, deer in the midst of the rut and bountiful harvest tables are just some of the delights at Dyrham Park in autumn.
With 270-acres of open parkland, home to hundreds of trees, Dyrham Park is a great place to enjoy an autumn stroll.
The leaves start to turn late September, with October a beautiful landscape of reds, oranges and yellows. You can find out more about these marvellous trees and other autumnal changes with our daily park walks; no need to book - simply meet at visitor reception at 11.15am or 2pm.
The annual deer rut, which usually starts in October, is a sight to behold, a time of year when the male bucks battle it out to impress the female does. You're most likely to hear the rut, than see it as the clang of antlers clashing echo round the park. It's important you don't get too close if you see deer rutting, as they can quickly bolt when the fight is over.
Join us as we celebrate this year's harvest following a summer of collecting produce from the allotment at Old Lodge. There will be displays across the site, with harvest themed activities on offer too.
This autumn also sees the return of our award-winning Dyrham Park venison available to buy in the tea-room and shop. The shop is stocked with some authentic Dyrham Park Perry to accompany this.
Throughout half-term week and ahead of the big day, we'll be putting on another spooky Hallowe'en trail. Young explorers can pick up a copy of the trail at Visitor Reception with a reward for anyone who completes the trail.