Autumn is one of our favourite times of the year – the trees are beautiful and the ground is gleaming. It’s the perfect time to take part in some great Halloween hunts and Autumn activities. And of course, once the dark nights start approaching and Halloween comes along things start to get a bit spooky too! Don’t miss out on these great upcoming events at Syon Park this Autumn.

Autumn Tree Walk with the Head Gardener

Put your wellies on, wrap up warm and join our Head Gardener for a leisurely walk around the Gardens in their full autumn glory.

Sunday 16th October 

Join sessions that start at 11.00am or  2.00pm

Adults £9.00 & Concessions £7.50

Includes entry to the gardens.

(House upgrades available)

Tickets available from the Visitor Centre

Please note: RHS membership and other special offers and discounted tickets not valid for this special event.

 

Halloween Hunt

Don’t miss out on Syon’s Spooky Halloween Trails in the house and garden this Half Term!

From 24th to 30th October, Kids Go Freeeeeak !*

 Find out about some of the Gruesome Goings-On and Gory Stories at Syon Park from our Scary Storytellers and follow the clues to earn treats!

 If you turn up in fancy dress there’s a chance to win a prize!

 *2 children go free with each full paying adult.

 

Syon Park’s Enchanted Woodland

For an eleventh year, Syon Park’s Enchanted Woodland will see the 600-year-old gardens and their 400-odd specimens of tree transformed
by specially designed illuminations and lights.

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tarts Friday 18th November until Sunday 4th December, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.

The route can be completed in half an hour by those with a brisk pace, but better to allow longer for taking photos, admiring the installations and playing with the interactive lights along the way. Book in advance on 020 8560 0882.

Starts Friday 18th November until Sunday 4th December, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.

Visit the website for more information and tickets www.enchantedwoodland.com

 ‘This year is Brown, Capability Brown’

Syon Park has commissioned an exhibition to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Capability Brown’s birth.

Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown (baptised 30th August 1719 – 6th February 1783) was an English landscape architect responsible for designing over 250 gardens across the UK during the 18th century.  Capability was hailed as one of the best artists of his time and has been called England’s Greatest Gardener.  Capability Brown designed over 170 parks of which Syon Park is one of them.

Syon Park has commissioned an exhibition to celebrate the 300th anniversary of his birth.  This is available to view in the Visitor Centre free of charge during opening hours – daily between 10.30am and 5.00pm – until the end of October.

For more information please contact The Estate Office on 020 8560 0882 or info@syonpark.co.uk