Don’t miss the chance to walk amongst radiant reds and breath-taking bronzes in glowing autumn gardens near you. From the beech avenue at Kilndown near Scotney Castle to the azaleas at Bateman's, there is something truly special in store.
Thousands of beautiful and fragile fungi litter our New Forest commons whilst the trees turn golden with an autumnal glow. The New Forest commons are beautiful areas of wilderness and woodland to explore
From the UK's largest horse-chestnut tree at Hughenden in Buckinghamshire, to adventures among red squirrels on the Mottistone Estate, on the Isle of Wight, autumn wouldn't be complete without a traditional game of conkers for your little ones.
Autumn is the time when orchards across the South East are a hive of activity as the apple harvest gets underway. Join in with our apple events and explore orchards with our apple experts, learning about different varieties and how to use them.