Things are changing around here…The weather is getting cooler and the leaves are starting to turn here in Indianapolis. Now the only thing left to do is buy a pumpkin, visit a corn maze, and take a tour of a haunted house. Lucky for you there are many fall activities in Indianapolis!
Corn Mazes in Indianapolis
Waterman’s Farm Market has three corn mazes to choose from. They also have a fall festival that runs through November 2nd.
Russell Farm’s Pumpkin Patch offers two corn mazes for guests, a small 5-acre patch with a scavenger hunt theme as well as a larger 10-acre field for those looking for a challenge.
Haunted Houses in Indianapolis
Indy Scream Park is technically in Anderson, but we hear it’s scary enough to make the trip. Visit one or all six of their terrifying attractions!
Necropolis is located on the city’s east side off Shadeland Avenue. If you’re in the mood for a scare, you should visit this “city of perpetual darkness.”
Pumpkin Patches in Indianapolis
Stony Creek Farms in Noblesville has an annual pumpkin patch that you won’t want to miss. In addition to a great pumpkin patch, you’ll also find a zipline here in case you’re looking to cross something adventurous off your bucket list!
Beasley’s Orchard in Avon knows a thing or two about fall festivals. They’ve been doing it for years and have a one of the best u-pick pumpkin patches in the city.
Misc Fall Fun in Indianapolis
Parke County Covered Bridge Festival is Indiana’s oldest festival. Visit this fall festival to purchase handmade crafts, eat delicious foods, and listen to many local musicians.
Indiana Wine Trail Fall Haul is a trip to six area wineries on November 2 & 3. Visit the website for more details.
What are your favorite fall activities in Indianapolis?