Autumn in the East of England

Take a walk through an incredible landscape of orange and gold in the East of England this autumn. With crunchy leaves underfoot, discover shiny conkers, see places in a new light with special tours and enjoy more of this season's food and festivities.

Lady in a red coat taking a photo of the autumn colour

Autumn colour in the East of England 

Autumn is a time of wonder when the natural world turns a kaleidoscope of colour. Here are our favourite spots to witness this natural spectacle in the East of England.

Father and children in the dahlia garden

Autumn gardens in the East of England 

The gardens we care for are constantly changing. Enjoy the last of the summer colour and our vibrant autumn highlights.

A picture of apples ripening on a tree.

Autumn food and festivities in the East of England 

Autumn sees the peak of harvest and many of our places still celebrate with traditional harvest festivities. With apples and pumpkins galore, make sure you visit our tea-rooms this season.

Early morning on the Blickling Hall estate with the house reflected in the water of the lake, and a bluish mist all around

Ghostly encounters in the East of England 

Will you be brave enough to visit our most haunted houses? The spirits of former owners, staff, even animals haunt their former homes. Visit if you dare and you might encounter anything from headless horseman to a phantom bibliophile!

Children at a Halloween event

October half-term and Halloween in the East of England 

We've got pumpkin patches, scary spiders and creaking staircases just some of the ingredients you'll need for a spooky Halloween adventure this October half-term.

Librarian holding the Eliot Bible in the Library, Blickling

Exhibitions in the East of England 

If you’re looking for a reason to return to see something new, here are some of the exhibitions to look forward to this year in the East of England.

Boy putting conkers into a jar

Places to find conkers in the East of England 

Do you want to become a conker champion this autumn? If you do, you’ll need some winning conkers, so here are some of the best places in the East of England to find them.

A mother and daughter blackberry picking

Blackberry walks in the East of England 

Whilst out on your walk this autumn, you might be lucky enough to stumble across a laden blackbery bush ripe for the picking, if the birds haven't got there first that is!

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