The Ultimate Guide To Fall Fun Around Northern Virginia
If you ask us, Northern Virginia is truly the prettiest come autumn. With the leaves transitioning from green to orange and red and the Halloween decorations adding a spooky factor to neighborhoods, it always makes for the best backdrops. Plus, there are so many incredible festivities to celebrate the new season.
If you’re looking to fill your autumn weekends with pumpkin patches, festivals, and ghost tours, then you’re in the right place. Here is your guide to fall fun around the region this season.
Now that fall is here, we’ve all got apple cider and pumpkin picking on the brain. Here’s where you should spend a day outdoors choosing fruits and gourds for the season.
As you start planning your festivities for the autumn season, make sure to mark your calendar for peak fall colors in your neighborhood.
Celebrate the beginning of autumn and the harvest season with fall festivals full of pumpkins, games, and local wine.
With autumn and its beauty taking over the region, it’s the perfect time to take it all in. What better way to check out the changing scenery than with a hike on one of these Northern Virginia trails with great fall foliage?
From epic graveyards scenes to larger than life skeletons, these homes and neighborhoods are turning the region into a Halloween destination.
From pumpkins to apple cider, get in the autumn spirit by shopping at these seasonal markets.
From Sonic designs to haunted fields, these farms have done away with the traditional corn maze for a more extraordinary experience.
Every year these corn mazes seem to get bigger and bigger. So we asked co-owner Harriet Wegmeyer to share some insight behind those stalks.
From the Hirshhorn to the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, the ideal way to experience the calming fall weather is a stroll with sculptures.
Capture NoVA’s fall foliage for your feed by planning a photoshoot at these nearby destinations this season.
Hop on your broom and head to these parks and theaters to catch classic Halloween movies before All Hallows Eve.
From the monuments to Mount Vernon, here’s how you can see the sights of DC and Virginia from the water.
Have your daily walk include a gorgeous water view by stopping at one of these locations around NoVA.
Zipping away to a remote beach location is a traditional sought-after escape. But you can take your vacation at a slower pace with one of these trips along the rails.
Here, the paranormal aren’t afraid to make an appearance.
The historic Paxton Manor in Leesburg is the site of Shocktober, a top-ranked horror attraction that serves a local charity.
Just across the Potomac lies this historic West Virginia town. A major battleground during the 19th century, it is now home to dozens of ghostly figures.
As you visit some of Occoquan’s best establishments, grab a cocktail with the mill town’s most famous ghosts.
Fall is here, which means pumpkin spice season is upon us. If you’re looking to add festive flavors to your coffee look toward these cafes.
Nothing says fall like a drink made with real pressed apples. Sip the season at these amazing cideries, pubs, wineries, and more.
Apple and bacon might seem like strange bedfellows. But people drive from all over the DMV to taste these innovative creations by local bakers.
With the scenery changing for fall, it is the perfect time to take your meal outside. Pack a blanket for a relaxing picnic outdoors.
The veteran-owned farm in Centreville also features pick your own pumpkins, ice cream, and challah bread.
Skip the candy aisle at the grocery store and opt for these sweets just in time for Halloween.
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