The 10 best things to do in Edinburgh in the autumn - as chosen by us

Evening News editor Rhoda Morrison recommends going pumpkin picking this autumn. She said:

With the nights ‘fair drawing in’ as we head into autumn, we’ve taken a look at what we think are the best things to do in Edinburgh during the season.

Whether it’s going for a nice coffee after an autumnal walk, grabbing a few pints after the Fringe madness, or picking a pumpkin for Halloween, we’ve recommended our favourite things to do in Edinburgh in the autumn.

Evening News trainee reporter Neil Johnstone recommends a game of conkers in the autumn. He said:
An autumnal walk by the Shore in Leith was recommended by Evening News reporter Jolene Campbell. She said:
Evening News lifestyle editor Gary Flockhart likes to visit the city's coffee shops in the autumn. He said:
Reporter Kevin Quinn loves a walk around the Old Town in the autumn. He said:
Reporter Jolene Campbell loves a trip up Arthur's Seat in the autumn months. She said:
With the pubs now free of Fringe visitors again, lifestyle editor Gary Flockhart loves to grab a pint in the autumn. He said:
Trainee reporter Neil Johnstone likes to use the autumn time to catch up with odd jobs around the house. He said:
Editor Rhoda Morrison loves to grab a hot chocolate at the Meadows during the autumn. She said:
Evening News reporter Kevin Quinn enjoys an autumn walk, in particular at Colinton Dell, where the colourful Colinton Tunnel pictured above cuts through. He said: