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12 Amazing Places to Enjoy the Autumn Leaves in London

  • Things To Do In London -01-Oct-2019

2.      Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill is located in the northern side of Regent’s Park and is a 213 foot tall hill with views of the whole of London. This part of the park is filled with picturesque lamp posts and footpaths perfect for a brisk dog walk.

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3.      Hyde Park

Hyde Park is another one of The Royal Parks based in West London. With its huge green space a large lake in the middle, you’ll find Diana’s memorial foundation, beautiful wildlife and a rose garden. With over 4,000 trees get yourself ready for an array of colours!

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4.      Kynance Mews

It’s not one of the most obvious of places to visit for Autumn scenery, but Kynance Mews located in Kensington is a beautiful courtyard that is adorned with hanging vines. It’s a good place to go if you want to get some beautiful snaps.

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5.      Green Park

Green park is situated right next to Buckingham Palace and has a range of memorials, fountains and statues. It is also one of London’s eight Royal Parks and covers and area of 40 acres. It’s one of the smaller Royal Parks and is a lot easier than the larger ones to make your way around.

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6.      Chelsea Embankment

Chelsea Embankment is part of Thames Embankment, a long road walkway which runs all the way along the River Thames. Perfect for sunset and sunrise, it’s an ideal location for your morning jog or afternoon run when the light beams through the trees.

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7.      Richmond

Richmond is another Thames-side town in the south-west of London. It has a number of parks and open spaces including Richmond Park and Kew Gardens. It’s a great place for a day out to get exploring London’s more urban side. 

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8.      Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park is a National Trust park located in Morden, it has the River Wandle running directly through it so it’s a very tranquil place for walking and picnics. There are numerous footbridges in the park making it a very pretty place for photos when the autumn leaves are falling.

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9.      St James Park

St. James Park is a smaller park in the City of Westminster in central London. Surrounded by landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Whitehall, it’s one of the busier parks to visit. The park has famous flower beds at the front of Buckingham Place which are multi-coloured, there is also great nature to be seen such as Pelicans which have lived in St. James park for almost 400 years. The park has daily feeding times so you can make sure you’re there in time for a great Autumn photo op.

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10.      Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a quirky town in the district of West London. Home to beautiful multi coloured street of houses, it’s a well-known town for its unique and multicultural feel.  Similar to Kynance Mews, there are many beautiful houses with golden red and orange vines of leaves covering them completely, perfect for seeing a range of colourful leaves. 

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11.       Kyoto Garden at Holland Park

Kyoto Garden in Holland park is famous for its stunning waterfall and colourful plants inspired by a Japanese Garden. Kyoto is the perfect peaceful place to visit if you want to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy some Japanese inspired beauty.

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12.      Barbican Centre

The Barbican Centre, located in North West London, is a performing arts centre that has a man-made lake and beautiful trees in between its buildings. This creates stunning reflections in the Autumn months. You can also enjoy The Barbican for free!

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London is full of beautiful autumnal photo spots; you just need to find them! Make sure you check out our Autumn Sale if you’re in need of an Autumn break.

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