Enjoy autumn in and around Warwickshire

The colours in our gardens remain vibrant right through the season, and as the trees start to turn to a beautiful gold and red, there are wonderful places to stroll or walk as well as lots of seasonal activities to enjoy.

Close up photograph of a bed of purple Asters

Asters and autumn colour in Upton’s Garden 

The colour changes from the blues and purple of the aster collection in September to the reds and oranges of the shrubs in the dry bank in October. Find out what’s looking its best in Upton’s garden this autumn.

Visitors walk past long border in garden at Charlecote in autumn

Long-lasting colour in Charlecote's autumn gardens 

As the floral display diminishes, the foliage around the gardens comes into its own. Enjoy the final colour-burst of the season in our borders and colourful pot displays.

Take a stroll through our parkland

Autumn in the gardens at Baddesley Clinton  

In the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness you will find Baddesley's gardens a beautiful and tranquil place.

The view through the 18th-century gate to the Avenue of Giant Yews at Packwood House, Warwickshire
The leaves turning on the top terrace of the garden at Canons Ashby

Autumn in the gardens at Canons Ashby 

Enjoy an autumn day at Canons Ashby, whether a relaxing stroll looking out for wildlife, an energetic walk, or fun and games with the kids.