Published Sep 01, 2023 by Hailea Schultz
As we all look forward to the cooler temps of fall and all things pumpkin, we're rounding up some fall festivals to attend around the greater Houston area.
Get ready for the Insta-worthy pumpkin patches, corn mazes, sunflower picking and more.
Blessington Farms Sunflower Festival – Wallis
September 9 – 10 & 16 – 17
Experience Blessington Farm’s first-ever Sunflower Festival. The farm features a beautiful field of sunflowers and offers guests the opportunity to take photos and pick their very own flowers for $1 a stem. With admission to the festival, guests also have access to Farm Funland, a large playpark with various kid-friendly activities including, camel feeding, fishing, gemstone mining, duck races, barrel train rides and more.
Dewberry Farm Fall Festival – Brookshire
September 16 – November 12
From Instagram-worthy pumpkin patches and photo ops to an interactive petting zoo filled with the most adorable farm animals, this festival has it all for the perfect family funday. Additionally, the festival offers over 40 rides and attractions, including a Ferris wheel, train rides, pumpkin painting and more. Visitors can also stay after dark for “Booriffic Nights,” a thrilling experience featuring a haunted corn maze.
Froberg’s Farm Fall Festival – Alvin
September 23 – November 5
Froberg’s Farm, Brazoria County’s very own hidden gem, offers the perfect small-town fall experience that will make you feel like you’re in Stars Hallow. Guests can make their way through the corn maze, pick flowers from the flower garden and pick out a pumpkin from the patch. The farm also offers a many kid-friendly activities including, a playground, a jumping pillow, hayrides and more.
Houston Zoo Boo
September 29 – October 31
Get into the spooky spirit by strolling through a pumpkin lantern tunnel surrounded by the lions and tigers exhibits at the Houston Zoo. Guests can expect many cute photo ops, including a giant HalloweenTown-like pumpkin and a beautiful pumpkin arch, so make sure to show up in costume. The festival also features a Scary-Go-Round and after-hour nights where guests can experience the new Spooky Forest attraction.