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Top Things to Do This October in and around Greater Boston
It's finally Fall in Boston! From apple picking, to spooky tours, and everything in between, learn more about how to make this Fall great in the Greater Boston area.
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Apple and Pumpkin Farms Near Greater Boston
Location: 614 South Main Street, Sharon, MA
Wards Berry Farm, located in Sharon, MA offer a variety of PYO (Pick your own) options, baked goods from sweet cider donuts to fresh artisan bread, fresh produce and more! On the weekends enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch to PYO pumpkin.
Location: 207 Arnold Street, Wrentham, MA
Head to The Big Apple Farm to pick the perfect pumpkin from their Pumpkin Pen to add to your fall decor. While their apple picking season may be over there is still time to pick a fresh bag of apples, produce and more from their Farm Store.
Location: 109 Elm Street, Canton, MA
Fall Harvest Season has begun! Pakeen Farm invites you to visit us the farm to pick out your perfect pumpkin! Sip hot cider, breathe the fresh air, enjoy a great farm tradition with your family.
Location: 89 Pleasant Street, South Natick, MA
Enjoy their farm crafted beer, hard cider, fresh apple cider donuts, fruit preserves, honey, and more from the Belkin Family Lookout Farm.
Location: 12 Nihtila Lane, Holbrook, MA
Be sure to enjoy their hay rides, friendly animals at the farm with a hot cup of cider. Pick up your Fall decorating needs from mums, hay bales, pumpkins and gourds at Nihtila Farm.
Haunted Tours of Boston
Boston Ghosts offers an unflinching look into Beantown’s ghastly gloom. Boston has always been a place of passionate struggle. Religious quarrels and fiery locals mean there are endless ghost stories to bring the shining city on the hill to life – through death!
Guided by a ghoulish band of the undead and a roguish gravedigger, the Trolley of Terror will go back in time as you relive grisly murders, heinous torcherings and cold-blooded executions
Enjoy a Haunted Pizza Walk through Boston's oldest neighborhood. Explore Boston's oldest (and spookiest!) neighborhood, settled in 1630. Hear of Ghostly Apparitions near Boston's oldest residence, Boston' murder district, descend into the Crypts below Boston's oldest Church! Along the way ,enjoy three different slices from some of Boston's very best Pizzerias along the way!
Boston’s Spooky Drive-in
Location: 525 William F McClellan Hwy, Boston, MA
Drive on down to East Boston’s Suffolk Downs pop-up drive-in movie. This month they will be offering spooky movies each Thursday. Each ticket includes a special trick-or-treat box with all your favorite fall treats. Come hungry and visit one of our food trucks for dinner before the show.
Fun October Family Events
Treat the kids to spooky, kooky, bricktastic fun all Halloween season. Jump inside the world's spookiest box of LEGO® bricks at the only Halloween Party that is built for kids! Our LEGO® FUNgineers are busy making the attraction boo-tiful and are planning awesome activities around every creepy corner. Dates: October 24 - November 1, 2020
Visit your favorite friends at Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo as they receive "pumpkenrichment!" Guests are welcome to visit the Zoo in their Halloween costumes or the latest fall fashions.