Top Places in Britain You Shouldn’t Miss During Autumn

Top Places in Britain You Shouldn’t Miss During Autumn

Top Places in Britain You Shouldn’t Miss During Autumn

The glorious beauty of Great Britain is a sight you shouldn’t miss. Seeing the island change from one season to another is a spectacular experience. As an international student, no other time is better for travel than autumn.

Autumn is a time in which daylight goes shorter as it transitions from summer. It’s a season where Britain explodes in fall colors, painting a stunning view for nature-lovers. 

If you want to have your slice of fun during autumn, we got you covered. Here are top places in Britain that you shouldn’t miss in the autumn season:

Faskally Forest in Scotland

Faskally Forest or Faskally Woods is the perfect escape from the bustling city life. Its woodland trails are best known for their stunning autumnal colors.

Get lost in the woods on one of their many treks, such as the Forester’s Trail. The enthralling experience can leave your heart giddy with excitement.

Green Castle Woods in Wales

Green Castle Woods has three kinds of wood: two historic oak groves and a newly planted woodland. This blend of historic and recent woods and rich meadows provide a refuge for animals.

It’s difficult to top a natural woodland like this for a genuine British fall experience. Visit the Green Castle Woods in Wales to see its glory in russet tones.

Kew Gardens in England

Kew Gardens takes the spot as the garden with the most diverse botanical collections. This botanical garden is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Don’t forget to try out the Treetop Walkway where you can get a spectacular view of the garden. Make your trip more memorable by discovering stunning glasshouses like the Palm House. You can also see the Waterlily house that boasts enormous yet captivating lily pads.

Take a walk along the Great Broad Walk Borders, which are home to over 60,000 plants. Or unwind with refreshing drinks at their pleasant cafes.

Dawyck Botanical Garden in Scotland

Make a trip to Scotland to view the most colorful arboretums in the country. Dawyck Botanic Garden is a 65-acre garden that has some of the oldest and tallest trees in Scotland.

Visitors may enjoy themed pathways and rich botanical life. You can also explore shops for souvenirs or rest inside their amazing cafes. Don’t forget to check out the Dawyck Access Statement before going on a trip.

Bodnant Gardens in Wales

Bodnant Garden is a fantastic day out for garden enthusiasts. It features five terraces, a lily pond, and lovely herbaceous borders.

This world-class garden is home to manicured lawns and wildflower meadows that will fill you with awe. The 80-acre garden also offers a wonderful view of Snowdonia.

Westonbirt Arboretum in England

With over 18,000 shrubs and trees, the Westonbirt Arboretum has one of the best tree collections. In autumn, their Japanese maples are a sight to behold.

There are various attractions and tours to see in the Westonbirt Arboretum. Just remember to book in advance to take a trip.  

Autumn is the perfect season to see the immaculate beauty of Britain. Find more attractions to see in the UK by browsing MSM Unify.


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