It’s officially Fall, and you know what that means…. Pumpkin patches, haunted houses and Carmel Apples galore! We did some research here at Auto Center of Texas and know the best Fall festivities happening in our area this year. Continue reading to learn what, when and where they are!

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze

Located in historic Grapevine, Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze offers tons of family-friendly activities. They have pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, gourds, hay bales and corn stalks! Not to mention a huge, challenging corn maze!

For hours and admission prices, please visit their website.

Autumn at the Arboretum

The Dallas Arboretum is home to one of the most beautiful fall floral festivals in the Southwest. Autumn at the Arboretum, from Sept. 22 to Nov. 21, 2018, showcases 4,500 mums and 150,000 other fall-blooming plants. Its Pumpkin Village features pumpkin houses and displays made of 90,000 pumpkins, squash, and gourds, along with the Children’s Adventure Garden.

The State Fair of Texas

Make the State Fair of Texas a tradition. It has food and football, and it’s fun for all ages. For the small price of admission, you can enjoy lots of free things to do like visiting the Children’s Medical Center Petting Zoo. There’s live music all day, every day by local, regional, and national acts on stages throughout the park. It’s on from Sept. 28 to Oct. 21, 2018, at Fair Park.

Cutting Edge Haunted House

Cutting Edge Haunted House is the world’s largest walk-through haunted house according to the Guiness Book of World Records. It’s inside a 235,000 sq. ft. warehouse built in the 1920’s. It’s supposed to be a real haunted house. Check out the scary props, spooky ghosts, frightening haunted decorations, strobe lights, fog and monsters that will haunt your dreams. You have to sign a waiver before you enter AND it was voted one of the best Haunted Houses in America!

 

What do you think, are you up for these fun and spooky Fall festivities? Let us know in the comments below!