Autumn

Clear your head with a crisp salty breeze and discover the island in a riot of auburn foliage.

Summer lasts longer in the Bailiwick making Autumn a great time to visit. Stretch your legs and relish in the lingering sun; admire the changing leaves and enjoy the scent of pine before finding a cozy pub to settle with a local ale and some seasonal comforts.

Food Glorious Food

Autumn’s harvest ensures hearty local dishes on the menu and visitors can sample these during the annual Guernsey International Food Festival and the six-week long Tennerfest. Foodies won’t want to miss these two exciting events!

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Autumn Walking Festival

Throw on a pair of boots and feel the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot by joining us for our Autumn Walking Festival. Every September, the festival hosts a variety of organised walks, all led by the Bailiwick’s gold or silver accredited guides.

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Things to Do

Calling all foodies! Tennerfest kicks off in autumn with over 200 local restaurants, pubs and cafes showing off their best cuisine for only £10 a head. Or if you're more brave hearted, spook yourself out this Halloween with a ghost tour around one of the most haunted houses in Britain!

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Island Hopping

Island Hopping in the Autumn is the perfect opportunity to see the Islands from a quieter perspective.

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What's on

28 Apr 15:00 - 17:00

A Cup of Guernsey – Tea & Talk

The ‘guernsey’ jumper has been knitted on the Channel Island of Guernsey since the early 1800s and is now famously known around the world.

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26 Apr 11:30 - 17:00

Wear a Guernsey Day!

The ‘guernsey’ jumper is a heritage classic that represents a tradition which is still going strong to this day!

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15 Sep 10:30 - 12:30

Towers and Tourelles

The walk will take in two different historical aspects of the Common.

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