Dewberry Farms (West Houston)– Fall events start September 28-November 10. You’ll find attractions like the Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, lots of food and drinks, wine and beer in the BierGarten (new this year!). Check out their website for all their events and ticket prices
Froberg’s Farms (South Houston)- Fall fun starts September 28th through November 3rd. Enjoy the Corn Maze, Plastic Duck Races, Berry Fun Land and Mining Sluice (new this year). Weekends enjoy night time Corn Maze, Lighted Hay Ride and Fire Pits! As always, try their home grown seasonal fruits and vegetables and take some home to enjoy from their super cute country store!
Holy Cross Epispical Church (Southwest Houston)– This is a completely FREE event for everyone! Opens on Friday October 11 (Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays only) through the end of October. Enjoy the pumpkin patch, hayrides, children’s maze, bounce house, family photo booth, face painting, snowcones, popcorn, silent auction and much more!
Old MacDonald’s Pumpkin Patch (Humble)- In addition to their regular activities- train rides, petting zoo, playgrounds and picnic area, Old MacDonald’s brings out their fall pumpkin patch!
Pure Sound Pumpkin Patch (River Oaks)- October at St. Luke’s means Pumpkins! Beginning on Saturday, October 6 at noon, the front lawn will be covered with gorgeous pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. The patch will remain open as long as we have pumpkins or until October 31st. Open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Clear Lake United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch (Clear Lake)- Pick out some of the best local pumpkins and proceeds from sales benefit the church and other community programs. The patch is open daily October 12th through 31st 9:30am-7:30pm and Sundays 12:30pm-7:30pm. Admission is FREE.
ZooBoo Pumpkin Patch (Inner Loop Houston Zoo)- Celebrate your fall festivities and join us for Zoo Boo, presented by LyondellBasell. Activities will include the Whataburger Pumpkin Patch, Monster Mural, spooky stamp station, plenty of photo ops, Meet the Keeper Talks Presented by Phillips 66, DJ, and kids will receive a stamp at our Candy Corn Maze stations! All Zoo Boo activities are included with your paid Zoo admission. Zoo Boo is FREE for all Members.
Zoo Boo Dates:
October 11, 12 and 13
October 18, 19 and 20
October 25, 26 and 27
Check out their website for more information and event details:
Nature Discovery Center Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival (Bellaire)- Located at Russ Pitman Park, this super fun fall festival will be on Saturday October 19 through Sunday 20 form 11am-4pm, rain or shine! Come pick out pumpkins, play festival games, ride the horse drawn wagons, and more at one of Houston’s most treasured events! Don’t miss the food trucks, bounce house, obstacle course, and everyone’s favorite, Sno Balls! Vendors with bows, jewelry, wreaths and more will be here, and LaWell Photography can take your fall family photo at her outdoor photo booth. Check out their website for more information and tickets.
Texas Renaissance Festival– Step back in time with your family and enjoy a day of knights, nobles, fairies and peasants! Texas Ren Fest runs October 5th through December 1st, Saturdays and Sundays & Thanksgiving Friday 9am-8pm.
St Andrew’s Fall Craft Fair (Pearland)- Find some amazing one-of-a-kind fall decor and crafts, taste homemade local food and enjoy St. Andrew’s pumpkin patch! Friday October 11th 10am-6pm and Saturday October 12th 9am-4pm. https://www.pumpkinchurch.com/2019-craft-fair.html
Bayou City Art Festival (Downtown Houston)- Every fall experience art form all over the world in Downtown Houston. Established in 1972, over 48 years, the Bayou City Art Festival has raised 3.6 million dollars in support of local nonprofit organizations.
October 12th-13th 10am-6pm
Wings Over Houston Airshow (Ellington Airport)- One of the top air shows in the United States, this premier Houston event is dedicated to showcasing vintage World War II aircraft, along with the thrills of modern aviation, and has supported a variety of local and national charities during its 35-year history.
Scream on the Green (Discovery Green- Houston)- Visitors will have a spooky good time at Houston’s citywide costume contest and Halloween celebration for the whole family! There will be games, prizes, Halloween spectacle, a movie, performances, living statues, fortune tellers, Sing-a-long with KPFT Scary-oke, music and more! Visitors can win candy and prizes playing our FREE games!
Friday October 25th 6-10pm Admission is FREE
Texian Market Days (George Ranch Park, Richmond)- The Fort Bend History Association is proud to present the 36th annual Texian Market Days festival, held at the George Ranch Historical Park. Bring the whole family to discover more than 150 years of Texas history! Enjoy hands-on activities, battle re-enactments, live entertainment, first-person costumed interpreters, historic home tours, games, cowboys, vintage vehicles, food, craft vendors and more. Texian Market Days is our biggest living history event of the year — you don’t want to miss it!
Saturday October 26th 9am-5pm
Houston Family Fun Fest( Evelyn’s Park, Bellaire)- Houston Family Magazine hosts this bi-annual event filled with crafts, games, prizes, bounce houses, face painting, entertainment and lots more!
October 27th 12pm-4pm
Kids International Festival KIFEST (Blossom Heights Park, Houston)- The Kids International Festival is highlighting the different international cultures through music, art, cuisine and much more while providing Houston with the ultimate kid cultural experience. It’s a FREE event that consist of cultural performances from different countries, vendors providing games, arts & craft, international cuisine and much more!
Saturday November 16th 12pm-6pm