Bluebell woods in England
Take some time away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a tranquil springtime walk through one of England's most beautiful bluebell woods.
A beautiful ancient wood and one of the largest in North Dorset. You'll find many beautiful wildflower species including moschatel, yellow archangel, wood speedwell, early-purple orchid, and a profusion of bluebell in the spring.
Walk along the old mine working routes and tramways and you'll find a sea of bluebells speckled with white wood anemone, the delicate pale lilac of lady’s smock, and bold yellow pimpernel.
Step back in time at Ashenbank Wood as you walk past a Bronze Age barrow, a medieval wood bank and the remains of five World War II RAF bunkers. Discover the bluebells bursting into colour amongst wonderful wildlife and rare fungi.
Follow in your forefathers' footsteps as you wind your way through this beautiful ancient woodland. Uncover peaceful glades full of breathtaking bluebells and watch for wildlife at the water's edge.
Lose yourself in time as you wander around this stunning, unspoilt ancient woodland. Discover rare wildlife, springs, streams and colourful carpets of fresh bluebells under the canopy.
Walk through this wonderful wildlife haven, which lies in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Look out for bright bluebells adding a splash of colour to the woodland and climb to one of the highest points in Norfolk for views over Sheringham and the North Sea.
Explore the last remnants of ancient, wet, alder-dominated woodland on the margins of the Fens and marvel at the magnificent bluebells. Discover the fascinating history of a wood that was part of RAF Woodhall Spa during the Second World War, and was home to the famous 617 ‘Dambusters’ squadron.
Journey between two large sites; one with ancient origins, the other a newer woodland. Stroll along gentle, undulating slopes to discover magical carpets of bluebells in the older wood and then meadows of wildflowers full of colour.
Transport yourself to another time as you wander around this breathtaking ancient woodland. Uncover grottos, glades, rustic temples and waterfalls surrounded by a sea of rich bluebells and spring flowers.
Experience this wonderful wood by the sea, where large oak timbers were once floated at high tide to ship builders in Ulverston. Explore the paths edged with beautiful bluebells stretching under the leafy canopy.
Warriners Wood is well known for its spring colour and fantastic range of wildlife. Stroll down leafy rides alongside ash, sycamore and hazel trees and prepare yourself for a dazzling display of bright bluebells.