There's no denying that London is a beautiful city. From famous landmarks to charming holes in the wall, the British capital has a lot to offer. With that, while the city remains beautiful all year long, you really ought to go here during autumn. Once the leaves change color, London becomes a whole new world. Do you remember reading about this city in storybooks or seeing it in movies? London transforms into that very same magical destination come autumn. You'll see it more clearly if you visit spots like the Autumn House of Hampstead, Regent's Park, St Dunstan-in-the-East, and the Kew Gardens, to name a few.
The Autumn House of Hampstead
Undoubtedly one of the most Instagrammable spots in London in fall, the Autumn House of Hampstead is not to be missed! Located in the beautiful residential area, the structure itself is nothing to write home about. Architecturally, it looks the same as every other house in this London neighborhood
. But come fall, the flora that covers up most of the house creates quite an amazing sight. Suddenly, the vine-lined brick house looks as if it's on fire with all of the leaves turning crimson. If you ever pass by here when you're in the British capital, don't forget to snap a pic!
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The Holly Bush
Despite its name, The Holly Bush isn't similar to the Autumn House in Hampstead. You won't find a red leaves-covered home here when you're in London in the fall. Instead, What you will find on 22 Holly Mount is a charming pub that looks like a warm hug. Just by seeing it from afar, you can already tell that it's warm and cozy inside. It has even retained its Victorian Era charm, specifically its wooden interior and luxurious leather seating. Imagine having a drink here during your visit to the British capital just when the weather starts cooling down. It's gonna be a pleasant experience for sure!
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The ruins of St Dunstan-in-the-East, a Church of England Parish near London Bridge are arguably the most beautiful spot on this list. Thanks to its location, it's pretty easy to get to via public transport
. Even when it's not the fall, season, you shouldn't miss this awe-inspiring sight. Seeing the gothic ruins of the church covered in vines, leaves, and more will send chills down your spine. It's as if you stumbled into a storybook. And once fall descends on London, all the greeneries you see here will turn into the most beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow. Suddenly, these abandoned ruins look more like a Vincent Van Gogh painting.
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To say that London in fall is beautiful is an understatement. Just take a look at Regent’s Park! This place is an oasis of botanical bliss, from the delicate cherry blossom trees to the well-manicured hedges. And those are just in spring and summer! Come fall, the park transforms into a watercolor painting. The gentle tones of marigold and tangerine make the place look warm and cozy, even though the temperature is already a lot cooler than before. Everywhere you look, Regent Park presents an Instagram-worthy shot worth posting about on social media!
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Many would argue that fall is the best season to walk your dog
. The weather is cool and your canine companions will have a ball chasing the falling leaves or jumping on piles of foliage. And among the parks that are perfect for this, Richmond Park is one of the most beautiful in London in the fall! It's not enough that the entire plain is covered in such tender hues of apricot and scarlet, but include the wild dear that comes out to play and you've got quite the breathtaking sight! Any painter would kill to imitate the scene on canvas!
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And finally, there are the fabulous Kew Gardens! Usually, this place looks its best during spring. The flowers have just bloomed, the leaves look their greenest, and coupled with the fresh spring air, it's a scene straight out of a fairytale. But this doesn't mean that the Kew Gardens are any less beautiful in London in the fall! Some would even argue that it's more stunning during this season. When you see all those fall colors reflected on the pond or the foliage covering the paths, you'll feel a twinge in your heart that you won't want to forget!
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London in the fall is one of the most beautiful sights you'll ever see. You can't believe it? Then wait until you see such gorgeus spots like Regent's Park, the Kew Gardens, St Dunstan-in-the-East, and more!