Fall Fun In Metro Detroit

Looking for something to do this month? Here are the best fall activities you'll want to attend. 

Festivals

Scarecrow Festival, Frankenmuth

Take a quick getaway to Frankenmuth during October 14-15th or October 21-22nd. The entire town will have harvest inspired events. Find out more info here.

Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village
Journey through Wonderland, Sleepy Hollow and other strange worlds! Every step draws you into storybook spookiness. You can expect hand-carved pumpkins, costume characters, treat stations, live music and more! Get your tickets and learn more here.

Glass Pumpkin Fest, Dearborn & Ann Arbor
The festival will take place in Dearborn the first and second weekend and the final weekend is held in Ann Arbor. Watch glassblowing demonstrations and admission is free! Dates: October 8-9, 15-16 and 22-33.

Detroit Fall Beer Festival
On October 27th and 28th, the Motor City will host their 9th annual fall beer festival. Attendees can enjoy food from the area and listen to live music while enjoying over 700 craft beers from over 80 Michigan Breweries. Find more information here.

Royal Oak Oktoberfest
On October 14th celebrate Royal Oak's Oktoberfest with over 50 breweries, live entertainment and games! Buy tickets and learn more information here. 

Kid Friendly Haunted Events

Adventure Park Haunted Forest, West Bloomfield
Halloween fun for even the smallest visitors. Friendly costumed actors at the exhibits along the trail greet visitors. The event includes some daylight hours. This trail includes Golden Tokens, which can be redeemed for fun prizes at the conclusion. Children are encouraged to arrive in costumes and interact with the haunt performers. For more info or to purchase tickets, visit westbloomfieldadventurepark.org/boo

Maybury Farm Corn Maze, Northville
The corn maze is filled with family fun! A hayride, cornmaze, cider and donuts! For more information call 248-374-0200. Occurs weekends through October 29th.

Rochester Kid Friendly Haunted House - Friendly Monster
Visit the Tunnel of Terror at Rochester Municipal park. Admission is $2 or two can goods. The Annual Friendly Monster Food Drive is a chance for the littlest kids to go through with lights on. Parents are free. All the food and admission fees will go directly to feeding families in the Rochester Area. More info here.

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