If you want beautiful country scenery (it seriously feels like you’re a world away from the city), a pumpkin patch, and apple orchards–you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a look at the top five things not to miss at Soergel’s Fall Festival Weekend’s, which runs through October 28th.

Your very own Applefest!

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Take the hayride to the apple orchard! The unique thing about Soergel’s is that you can pick your apples right off the tree. Rows and rows of apple trees are lined throughout the large field, allowing for your very own choice of apples.Get ready to fill up your bag because there are hundreds of fresh apple tree’s to choose from.

Pumpkin Patch Picking

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Once you have your apples, you are dropped off at the pumpkin patch, where you will find pumpkins of all sizes. How often can you pick out a pumpkin in a actual pumpkin patch?! This is the ultimate pumpkin picking experience!

Arsenal Cider and Homemade Food

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Cider never tasted so good! Take a break and try some Arsenal cider and arrowhead wine. They have a variety of wines–from dry and semi dry, to semi sweet and fruit. For fans of the hard cider, there are nine varieties, made with Soergel’s own special apple cider.  Also, two locally brewed beers are on tap. There’s a variety of food to taste as well, including the Back 40 BBQ, delicious pies, and 1500 gluten free products, featuring local and national brands.

Pony Rides

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You might be too old to ride a pony, but your kids will love it! And don’t worry, there’s horse drawn wagon rides for the entire family to enjoy. Not to mention some animals to feed, from pigs to goats!

Home Decor

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The home decor features a wide selection for all your Fall decorating needs. You can find silks, pictures, furniture, light fixtures, wall hangings, artisan crafts and place settings. Fall is in the air and it’s time to make your home look like it!

Josh McCann

Josh McCann is a contributing writer for Made in PGH, where he writes about events and music. He's a Point Park University alumnus, musician, and founder of the music blog Where The Bands Are. His writing on rock and roll has appeared in the Globe and the Northside Chronicle.

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