Fall is crisp in the air and so are the bountiful fall fests and activities in Pittsburgh and beyond. If you haven’t been to at least one fall fest, trunk or treat, or pumpkin picking — do not fret! There are still a few notable spots to catch before the fall festive era ends.
Catch the last Freedom Farms fall festival this weekend, plus its Trunk or Treat on Sunday, October 29th from 11:30am – 1:30pm!
Enjoy tractor rides, plus a corn maze, corn pit, hay mountain, petting zoo, and other fun activities. Admission is only $10 per person — kids three and under receive free admission for this fall fest.
The pumpkin village is calling! Irons Mill Farmstead is a must-attend spot for families looking for an abundance of activities for their active little ones.
With 40+ interactive attractions, delicious food, and more, you’ll be fall adventuring nonstop. The Corn Maze & Fall Fun lasts through Saturday, November 4th, so book your tickets now.
Looking for a chill, spooky spot with telling tales that’s one for the books? Look no further than joining Acclamation Brewing and The Oakmont Historical Society’s event, Haunted Oakmont, on Friday, October 27th from 7pm – 9pm. Enjoy a cold beer as the president of The Oakmont Historical Society shares stories from his book, Haunted Oakmont.
Plus, on Saturday, October 28th, join in on the fall fun at the Oakmont Fall Festival and Halloween Parade from 11am – 4pm on Allegheny River Blvd.
This is the last week to experience all the haunted magic that Kennywood’s Phantom Fall Fest brings to its tunnel doors.
The iconic Halloween-inspired fest brings a whole new level of scariness and frights as brave goers explore scare zones, haunted houses, creepy, lurking creatures of the night, fun rides, and more.This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.