Top 5 places to see the Autumn colours change in East Anglia

Dunwich Forest

Dunwich Forest

Glorious Dunwich Forest is a part of the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The southern lowland heath land is one of Britain's rarest wildlife habitats providing a home for many rare birds, reptiles and butterflies. Suffolk Wildlife Trust has a circular walk, perfect for taking in the varied landscape, Autumn hues and coastal air. Keep an eye out for the Dartmoor ponies which graze the northern area of the forest.

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Blickling Lake

Blickling Estate

With gentle slopes the 1 hour tranquil walk around Blickling Park is ideal for families. You will admire the formal garden, Jacobean House and stunning lake as you take in the seasons colours. Why not engage the children by including an Autumn Bug Hunt to for the children?

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Earlham Park

Earlham Park Autumn

You don't have to stray very far from the city centre in Norwich to find green open spaces. Earlham park offers lovely walks and river views. Why not take your wellies for a paddle in the shallows of the river or just your bike off and follow the circular route across the park and around the UEA lake.

Check out the UEA Trail map for suggested routes.

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Ranworth Broad

Ranworth Broad

Only twenty minutes outside Norwich, Ranworth Broad has a fantastic variety of wildlife. Take a stoll on the 750m of boardwalk from which you can access the floating Broads Wildlife Centre, the panoramic vista across the water is not to be missed.  

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Sheringham Park

Sheringham Forest

This national trust landscape park is the perfect combination of woodland garden and stunning coastal views. With several colour coded tours and wooded tunnels for children to run around in, Sheringham is a wonderful place to explore.

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