As the leaves begin to turn into colors of orange, red or gold during early fall in Newark, New Jersey, Branch Brook Park is a place to unwind and escape from the hustle bustle of daily life. As you stroll through the park, you will watch the colorful leaves fall from the trees and breathe the cold crisp air. The sounds of autumn at the park are very soothing such as the birds chirping and the leaves blown by the wind.
The cherry blossoms at Branch Brook Park look so colorful in their fall foliage. Even though the cherry blossoms in the autumn do not attract a large crowd as they do in the spring, they are just as beautiful. You can create the perfect fall photo by posing near the cherry blossoms with family and friends.
After observing the fall foliage at Branch Brook Park, you can walk to the Sydenham House, which is located at 29 Old Road to Bloomfield at Heller Parkway in Newark, New Jersey. The Sydenham House was constructed in 1712 and was added to the list of the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. The Sydenham House, the oldest house in Newark, across from Branch Brook Park, looks even more striking in the fall with all the colorful leaves that surround the property. With the holidays soon approaching, the ideal place to have an old-fashioned Thanksgiving and Christmas would be at the Sydenham House.
Do not miss the wonders of the fall season just by viewing the colorful foliage from your window. Go outdoors and visit Branch Brook Park and the Sydenham House to experience fall at it’s best.