Although you can enjoy the relatively temperate climate all year round, April to early June and September to October are the best time to visit England. The weather during these months is warm, mostly dry and pleasant. In spring, you can witness crocuses in bloom and puffins flickering on Farne Islands. Autumn offers you exquisite delicacies like chestnuts, oysters, and crabs and beautiful red and yellow hues in national parks. Although sunny summer mornings can abruptly turn into rainy afternoons, late June to August show the driest and the hottest weather and host lots of open-air festivals. The crowds during summertime are madding, but the stunning beaches and the chalk cliffs of East Sussex are still great to visit. December to February can be an enjoyable time to visit English cities when major attractions see shorter queues and Christmasy spirit warms visitors and locals.
One classical music concert can heal your soul, develop more positive thinking, and improve your productivity
Enjoy rural England in early summer when the countryside turns red with flowering poppies
Would you like to visit a Renaissance Theatre? The reconstructed open-air Globe stages plays in a 17th century fashion
The finest pieces of art, exquisite furniture, and the overall magnificence of the palace evoke great awe
Visit the iconic landmark which played a pivotal role in the history of London
The world's largest military vehicle show and festival
Fields of flowering lavender decorate the landscapes of England with enchanting shades from smoky-lilac to blue-purple
Crab meat is a real delicacy, it is tender, tasty, and like almost all seafood, very nutritious
Check out this awesome geological time capsule and take a big step back in time!
One of the few remote high-altitude oakwoods that remain in England
Recognized as a classic, the Coast to Coast route continues to delight trekkers
Idyllic landscapes with ancient villages preserve the memory of the old times
Horses—for adults, ponies—for younger riders, and beautiful natural trails with windmills and red deer—for all to enjoy
This place used to be the best-kept secret of the British government, the place from where Sir Winston Churchill directed the World War II
The remains of the wall between the cities of Corbridge and Greenhead are the best preserved
Admire the games of dolphins in their natural surroundings and magnificent views off the coast of England
There is a tradition of priming the turf after the first two chukkers: spectators leave their seats and stroll around the field
Treat yourself to delicious deserts with pieces of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries
A knightly tournament with real ale, live music, and theatre performances in a medieval village with street artists and travelling minstrels
Sunny mornings in England can easily turn into afternoon rains, but if you don't mind the weather local beaches can surprise with their beauty
One of the most beautiful roads in England
Visit the world's smallest island with a building
Chilling with your family couldn't be more exciting!
Please your eyes with the white cliffs of Seven Sisters and Beachy Head covered with green grass, and enjoy some hike along the shore whatever the weather
Fishing in English waters is rewarding, taking into account quantity of the catch and its size
For beginners who are watching this game for the first time, it can seem boring before you understand the intricacies, but dedicated Englishmen really appreciate this sport!
The highest pass in the Lake District that is open to motor traffic
A narrow and winding road at the Peak District National Park
Bats have been an integral part of the wildlife in England for many centuries
Be sure to try the local lobster in London
The most dangerous road in Britain attracts bikers and tourists
This haunted castle was an inspiration for famous novels and movies
The historical canal was a peak of British engineering at its time
This scenic road is one of the steepest in England
Numerous sandy beaches around London are perfect for a weekend trip
Enjoy freshly shelled English peas!
The largest light festival in the UK features amazing installations
One of the biggest hot air balloon events in Europe
The Balloon Festival is an amazing visual spectacle and a great way to cap off the weekend
Dress up for one of the world’s premier Goth events and listen to some great music at this alternative music festival
The capital of Great Britain is hardly recognizable when the Afro-Caribbean spirit revels in the streets of London
Thousands of elegant Chinese style lanterns attract a large number of visitors to Longleat
Spectacular cars from the end of the 19th century preserve the spirit of good old England
Check out theatrical performances depicting one of the decisive battles of the Wars of the Scarlet and White Roses
This incredible natural phenomenon can be seen even in Kent and Cornwall
Spectacular narrow boats invite you to sail down the banks of the Avon
The capital of the UK glows and shines getting ready for the holidays
Angelic singers celebrate the holidays and share goodwill and joy with Christmas carols
Raise a glass to Ireland while the green procession paves its way through the centre of London
The medieval town welcomes an army of brightly illuminated floats
Plunge into history, returning to the Viking era in the historical city of York
This summer weekend is devoted to modern art and outdoor performances
Enjoy the the genre-blurring lineup during one of the finest festivals in London
The swans are surrounded with special attention in England
Thousands of pagans, Krishnaits, druids and a plentitude of curious wanderers celebrate solstices and equinoxes at the famous Neolithic site
Cornwall's most prominent lights and arts festival
The British consider the New Year to be a secondary holiday, but they celebrate it well anyway!
This costumed event brings back Oliver Twist and other Victorian era charcters
A unique community lantern parade in Brighton
Have you ever been to the most significant greenfield event in the world?
Let this fantastic event be a highlight of your London summer!
How many worms can you attract from the ground? An annual competition in Willaston (Cheshire, UK) draws enthusiasts from all over the world
Called bonfire capital of the world, Lewes hosts the largest festivities in the UK
Crazy about football? Give in to your passion at the greatest games of the English Premier League hosted in the capital
This race for cheese is a lot of fun for daredevils
This fun event involves almost everybody in the town and attracts thousands of visitors
Spend a few nights in the company of artists of the most ambiguous art in West Yorkshire
Three days of jazz and blues in the Sussex countryside
Some of the most popular music festivals in the UK with great names of pop and rock
See these amazing birds on the northeast coast of England!
It's unclear how these birds are choosing their wintering grounds. But for some reason, quite a lot stop by at Brighton Pier for the entire season
Beautiful pink sign of spring arrival
This park is not fenced off, deer roam where they want
Pop-up ice rinks and holiday fairs cheer up the dark winters with their twinkling lights
This wild 16-hour football match in Ashbourne is a grand event that has been taking place in the town since the 17th century
Be a part of a phenomenal alternative world, be a part of the story!
Adventures in utopia with plenty of music, art and films
Owing to its long and sometimes bloody history there's no shortage of hauntings and ghosts in London if you know where to look
Racing is always competitive and spectacular. And how about lawn mower racing?
An awesome gastronomical festival fitting every taste
The oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament, one of four Grand Slam tournaments
England takes great pride in Rugby Union, the oldest type of rugby football
Watch elite dogs compete with grace in this traditional race
Bristol's favourite dance music festival
Royal Ascot combines exquisite English fashion with high-quality racing
Discover the elite world of English royal races with their upscale atmosphere and entertainment
Exploring London's parks, one might find a "Crocus Carpet" or even an entire meadow of crocuses
This festival is all about escapism thanks to its atmospheric location
The Grand Prix at Silverstone is one of the oldest in the history of Formula 1
One of the most colourful Bonfire Night traditions in England
Watch the iconic Dragon, Unicorn, and Lion Dancer parades and lots of cultural activities in the heart of Liverpool’s Chinatown
"Have yourself a merry little Christmas"—in the English style!
The best place to surf in Foggy Albion is Cornwall with its extensive beaches and big waves
Try a duck or goose egg omelette for a change or for the sake of new experience. You may develop a taste for it!
Large steaming braziers, from which a fragrant smoke spreads, is a typical sight for the Englishmen in the fall
In the 19th century, oysters were cheap and abundant, nowadays—much more expensive and scarce so be appreciative!
The best weekend dance party in England! This event attracts the best DJs and thousands from all over the world
Have you ever met someone with extraordinary strong toes? You can do it during the annual Toe Wrestling Championship
The legendary rock festival in England which discovered some great names in the past
Winter is not a reason to hide your mountain bike in England
Get your hands on Yorkshire's family foodie extravaganza!
A popular family-friendly event for music fans, a stone’s throw from the beach in Portsmouth
An extravagant Christmas tradition stemming from the Middle Ages
Easter brings in long-standing traditions: baking Easter cakes, painting eggs, and attending a night mass at church
Wonderland-style event at the iconic Liverpool Pier Head
The World's greatest dog show full of competitions, awards and entertainment
The weekend full of fun, culminating with the colorful Dragon Parade
Asparagus has acquired the glory of an aristocratic product
Sour rhubarb crumble topped with ginger and sweetened with cicely leaves is a classic London favorite
Native to Britain, elder trees steeped in mystery and superstition were even referred to as a panacea: it's believed that the elderflower prolongs life!
Are you keen on fresh mushrooms? Local porcini must be a real treat for you!
Learn more about lambing or just see little lambs up close in springtime on English farms
This London Marathon is a great way to observe the main landmarks of the city and collect money for charity all in a single day
Though the once named "Girasole" artichokes have been renamed "Jerusalem" artichokes though the great taste remains the same
A beautiful spring-time tradition with long history
Discover "tasty" Apple Day in England, although you will be offered much more than just apples
Long weekend full of action sports, cutting-edge music, and parties
UK's major Americana event in the Suffolk countryside
Watching birds in their natural habitat is a popular pastime in England
Enjoy an atmospheric event linked with Halloween
Black mussels in the company of other "mollusk-like brothers" are known as a true gastronomic pleasure
The "golden head" is full of delicious seeds and vitamins
The day before the beginning of Lent when English families prepare a hearty meal with pancakes
The medieval village lights its streets with soft candles, lanterns, and torches
An open-air electronic music and arts festival held in a beautiful setting
The most famous handicap horse race in the world
Six miles of the brightest light display in England
Youth and families gather every summer for this clothes-free festival. Dare to join?
While London's licensed hunters try their shooting skills, you can treat your stomach to some delicious game meat
An eclectic music and action sports festival
A summer festival in Lancashire that combines psychedelic rock and techno
An international music festival in Devon with 5,000-people capacity and great views