For some, November can be considered one of the most enjoyable and exciting months of the year. After the excitement of Halloween has worn off, there are many things to look forward to in the upcoming months. The trees start to lose their leaves, the nights are darker and foggier, and the temperature is dropping, but that doesn’t stop all the fun that is to be had in November.
Here is a list of all the events in and around the UK that are worth travelling to this autumn.
To begin with, it seems that Christmas comes earlier every year. If you are one of those people who like to delve in and begin the festivities early, then this event is perfect for you. Opened from the 25th October to 6th January 2019, London’s very own Natural History Museum hosts again its remarkable Christmassy ice rink. Based just outside of the museum against the backdrop of the Waterhouse building, visitors experience one of the best seasonal activities in the beautiful city of London. It’s surrounded by the glorious autumnal trees, a fantastic array of fairy lights and an impressive Christmas tree. Tickets start at just £15.95 for adults and £10.45 for children- so don’t miss out on a experience that you won’t forget.
Finally, in one of the UK’s most astounding botanical gardens: the Christmas at Kew event begins this year on the 22nd November. Experience the truly magical makeover of the gardens as it transforms into a winter wonderland, offering its guests a special illumination show to light up every building and encapsulate the beauty of the gardens. Not only are visitors treated to a full illumination show but also a chance to meet Father Christmas and the elves in his miraculous grotto, meaning the event is perfect for all ages. Adults can explore the festive stalls and shops with beverages on hand such as mulled wine – the perfect seasonal drink. Adult ticket prices start at £18.50 with concession prices at just £12. What are you waiting for? Book tickets now for the most remarkable Christmas light experience in the UK.
Last modified: 30th October 2018