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7 Fall Attractions Around Kansas City

October 21, 2021

Fall can be a great time during the year to get out, visit new places, and have fun with friends and family. From hayrides and pumpkin picking to haunted houses and trick-or-treating, the Kansas City Metro offers endless Fall fun for everyone. Check out our favorite Fall activities and places:

  1. Fall Music Fest
    If you’re into live music, check out the Music House’s Fall Music Fest in Overland Park. Spend your afternoon listening to local bands, winning prizes, and enjoying great food during the fest held on October 24th.

  2. Carolyn’s Pumpkin Patch
    Visit the popular Carolyn’s Pumpkin Patch in Liberty to pick the perfect pumpkin for carving. You can also enjoy the petting farm, a relaxing train ride on Buddie’s Railroad and the Country Carousel, watch the Pumpkinator Show and Pig Races, and more.

  3. Cider Hill Family Orchard
    Pick your own apples and pumpkins at the Cider Hill Family Orchard in Kansas. Besides apples and pumpkins, this orchard also offers delicious food, a fishing pond, train and hay rides, and special events throughout the fall season.

  4. The Beast and The Edge of Hell
    If you’re looking for a good scare, visit the most notorious haunted houses in Kansas City: The Beast and The Edge of Hell. Located in the West Bottoms and open from September--November, both haunted houses feature frights on multiple levels, phobias from snakes to alligators, and various special effects designed to terrify.

  5. Faulkner’s Ranch
    Check out a variety of activities at Faulkner’s Ranch. Located in Kansas City, this ranch not only offers pumpkins but also includes hillbilly golf, a maze, a zipline, giant jenga, and so much more. Faulkner’s also hosts special events throughout the season including Pups & Pumpkins held October 31st.

  6. Hoots & Howls and Boo at the Zoo
    Hosted at the Kansas City Zoo, Hoots & Howls and Boo at the Zoo offers fun for everyone. Hoots & Howls, held October 23-24, transforms the zoo into a magical place with a dance party, hay maze, tractors, and more. Boo at the Zoo, held October 30-31, features a unique trick-or-treat experience and a chance to see the zoo animals embrace the fall spirit with pumpkin feedings.

  7. Boos, Barks & Badges Halloween
    Located in Lee’s Summit, the Boos, Barks & Badges event, held October 30th, includes endless family fun. The event kicks off with a Halloween Costume Contest followed by a parade and trick-or-treating in Downtown Lee’s Summit.

Do you love celebrating fall with pumpkin patches and hayrides, but wish you lived closer to these Kansas City attractions? Inspired Homes can help! Our homes are all conveniently located throughout the Kansas City Metro area, so you’re never too far from all the fun.


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