Autumn is a great time to visit London. While the mornings grow crisper and the days become shorter, there’s a wonderful sense of seasonal change in the air.

Autumn in London is truly a magnificent affair. The season brings about spectacular scenery, as well as many exciting events. o follow is a detailed guide on the city’s top attractions, as well as where to see autumn colours.


It is often referred to by locals as Hampstead Village, as it has a delightful village feel with its small parks, narrow streets, and independent stores.


Offering a beautiful landscape of manicured lawns, famous monuments, and tall pine trees. It is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and sits nearby the Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.

Kew Gardens

This botanical garden is home to 14,000 trees. While here, be sure to visit the Treetop Walkway. This 18-metre-high bridge offers stunning views of the autumnal leaves below.

Regent's Canal

Lining the canal is plenty of foliage, providing a mesmerizing display of colours. And complimenting the beautiful scenery are a number of Venetian-style boats, small coffee shops, and quirky clothing stores.

Richmond Park

Richmond Park’s autumn colours are truly spectacular, especially in the 40-acre Isabella Plantation—a stunning woodland garden with hidden paths and flowing streams.

Streets of London

With over 9,000 trees, the best autumn colours the UK has to offer can be observed in many areas throughout London, including various neighbourhoods and parks.