Spring Breaks in England

Enjoy a weekend spring break in England - wander through woods festooned with bluebells and snowdrops, across heather-strewn parkland and meadows filled with flowers. Head to England's coasts, rivers and lakes for spectacular views and unforgettable visits... for more inspiration, go to http://www.visitengland.com
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some daisies are growing in the grass
Delightful daisies in Green Park - just one of the sublime sights of springtime #London #spring #parks © VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis
some purple flowers are in the middle of bluebells and green grass with trees in the background
Anne Bronte loved a bluebell (http://www.online-literature.com/bronte/1336/) and so do we... a carpet of bewitching bluebells at Whichford Wood, Warwickshire #springtime #flowers #bluebells © VisitEngland
three children are running in the grass with trees and yellow flowers behind them on a sunny day
The beautiful Hughenden Valley at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire - a field of flowers is the the perfect spot for play time in the sun! © VisitEngland
the sun is setting over a lake with reeds
An awe-inspiring spring sunset on Filby Broad, Trinity Broads, Norfolk. The Broads National Park is England's very own 'Magical Waterland'! #norfolkbroads © VisitEngland/Broads Authority/Julian Claxton
a field full of purple flowers under a blue sky
The North York Moors National Park boasts woodland, farmland, miles of hedges and drystone walls, historic buildings - and magificent moorland. Check out carpets of bluebells as you marvel at Roseberry Topping in the North York Moors National Park in the #spring © VisitEngland/NYMNPA/Colin Carter
the sun shines brightly through the foggy trees and bushes in the foreground
The National Forest embraces 200 square miles of the Midlands and stretches across parts of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire. Gaze at this beautiful shot of Beacon Hill Country Park Forest at dawn... what a sight to wake up to! #nationalforest #ancientwoodland © VisitEngland/2020 Vision/Ben Hall
a grassy hill overlooking the ocean with an island in the distance and green grass on both sides
The South Hams sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and this view over fields and coast at Wembury in South Devon illustrates why! #devon #springbreak © VisitEngland/Visit South Devon
white flowers growing in the ground next to a fallen tree trunk and some trees with no leaves
Fascinating fact - snowdrops are often considered the first flower of spring, and are also known as Fair Maids of February or Candlemas Bells. Here they are at their finest at Batsford Arboretum, Gloucestershire (http://www.visitengland.com/experience/enjoy-family-day-out-batsford-arboretum) #snowdrop #springbreak © VisitEngland/Batsford Arboretum
an open field with trees and flowers in the foreground, surrounded by bluebells
The gardens at Woburn Abbey (http://www.visitengland.com/experience/woburn-abbey) are at their finest in the #springtime! © VisitEngland/Woburn Safari Park