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.

Autumn colour

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Charlecote Park parkland and river Avon in autumn

Explore Charlecote's parkland this autumn 

Kick through fallen leaves in the tranquil parkland and look out for our deer and wildlife. Enjoy being outdoors with your family and friends and join in the self-led 50 Things activities while you explore.

It's always fun to play in the autumn leaves

Enjoy autumn at Upton House and Gardens 

Explore everything we have to offer in the gardens at Upton House and Gardens this autumn

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.

Orange dahlia at Packwood, Warwickshire

Relax in the garden at Packwood this autumn 

Take a wander through Packwood's meadows and yew garden and see the turn of the seasons in the colourful flower borders of this peaceful corner of Warwickshire.

The leaves turning on the top terrace of the garden at Canons Ashby

Autumn at Canons Ashby 

Walk in our beautiful outdoor spaces this autumn and enjoy the changing colours, sounds and smells of this special season.


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