Autumn is a very special time at Marks Hall.  Dramatic changes in leaf colour form a stunning Autumnal display.  Tree tints develop from late September right through to November, providing a constantly changing palette of colour. 

The effect is enhanced at Marks Hall by the beautiful reflections cast in the lakes.  The Millennium Walk is planted especially for Autumn and Winter colour.  The deep red stems of the dogwoods along the lake bank contrast with the brilliant white of the Himalayan Birch trunks to provide spectacular reflections in the lake on still days.

Even on dull days, inspiration can be found throughout the North American section at the Memorial site with fiery oranges, bright gold, deep purples and reds developing throughout the Autumn season.

So, the best time to visit for autumn colour? Frequently and in a variety of weather conditions. Make the most of sunny days and don’t be put off by the wet ones.  Get your boots on, wrap up and get out there.

Normal admission applies.  The Barn will be open, with a selection of light meals, sandwiches and warming homemade soup. For more information call 01376 563796.