Pumpkin spice and everything nice, that’s what fall is made for…and festivals! Pittsburgh welcomes in the changing seasons with beloved holiday events perfect for a date with your partner or day-trip with the family. We’re ready to celebrate the season by attending these fall festivals in Pittsburgh!
Let’s give them pumpkin to talk about–literally! The annual tradition for many Pittsburgh families is back in action. Trax Farms invites you and your family to their annual Fall Festival. Activities include finding your way through a three acre corn maze and of course…picking out the perfect pumpkin! Don’t forget to try the candied apples (pictured right), it’s one of the best things we’ve ever tasted!
Sep 26–Oct 24 | 10:00am–5:00pm
Every Saturday & Sunday
The Pittsburgh Hard Cider & Doughnut fest is making its big return to Southside! Featuring 6 bars, unique hard cider and seltzer creations, as well as, 1,000 free doughnuts treats, this hybrid bar hop and fall fest is the place to be. Trust us, you will have FOMO if you don’t go, tap the link for all of the in-cider info!
Oct 2 | 2:00pm–8:00pm
Carson City Saloon
Could you tell me how to get…how to get to Bigham Street? Celebrate fall one of Mount Washington’s most iconic streets. Armful of Flowers will be on site selling witch hats, pumpkins, mums, wreaths and fall decor. Food will be provided by Bigham Tavern and Quinn’s PGH and each dish includes a delight fall-twist. Plus, there will be tons of fun activities for kids of all ages including axe throwing and a kids zone!
Oct 3 | 12:00pm–6:00pm
Bigham Street, Pittsburgh PA 15211
Kennywood Park is the ghostess with the mostest! They’re not really ghosts but they are bringing back their annual autumn celebrations. The new and improved Phantom Fall Fest is fun for all ages. Come early for family-friendly celebrations and stay late for their iconic haunted houses and scare zones. Plus, all of your favorite rollercoasters will be in operation!
Friday’s | 6:00pm–11:00pm
Saturday’s | 12:00pm–11:00pm
Sunday’s | 12:00pm–11:00pm
Fall…but make it vegan. The Pittsburgh Vegan Expo Holiday Festival is a delightful mix of fall and winter holidays. Entertainment includes trick-or-treating for the children, a gingerbread house competition, local vendors, themed foods and desserts and a visit from Mrs. Claus. Say goodbye to autumn and hello to winter at this fall festival in Pittsburgh!
Nov 6 | 11:00am–5:00pm
Monroeville Convention Center
More Fall Festivals in Pittsburgh
Cecil Township Fall Festival | Sep 25–26 | Food, fun, and entertainment for all ages
Port Vue Fall Festival | Sep 25 | Crafts, games, hayrides, DJs and more Halloween fun
Ben Avon Fall Festival | Sep 25 | The entire street will be blocked off for music, vendors, fire engines, and crafts
A Few Bad Apples Ciderfest 2021 | Oct 2 | Enjoy innovative ciders while listening to groovy music
Fall Art Festival | Oct 2 | Enjoy the sights of local arts, as well as, kids crafts and demonstrations
Sharpsburg Fall Festival | Oct 2 | Enjoy fireworks, food trucks, crafts, and fall activities
Fall Night Market | Oct 2 | Welcome autumn by supporting local, creative small businesses and restaurants
38th Annual Houston Fall Pumpkin Festival | Oct 8–10 | Over 175 food and craft vendors, as well as children’s entertainment and live music
Vinoski Winery Oktoberfest | Oct 8 | Food and Live Entertainment!
Oktoberfest | Oct 8 | Join us at Mindful Brewing Co. to celebrate the release of our Oktoberfest beer and join in the merriment of the season!
New Brighton Fall Festival | Oct 16 | Entertainment for all ages includes live bands, food trucks and local vendors
Pittsburgh Monster Pumpkin Festival | Oct 16-17 | Colossal pumpkins and tons of family fun
Fall Craft Days | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 9-10 and 16-17 | handmade crafts and goods from local artisans, live music and more!
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We hope you have a gourd time visiting your favorite fall festivals in Pittsburgh!
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