Jump Into Fall at Houston’s Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival!


The drifting leaves of Fall have arrived and you know what that means! Holiday family fun for everyone!


For Houston residents, there’s a ton of reasons to get excited with all the different Halloween-themed activities across the city, especially in the Downtown area! This month, running from October 16th to October 17th, the wonderful Nature Discovery Center will be hosting its annual Pumpkin Patch Festival. 


This amazing event will feature over 12,000 pumpkins, festival games, crafts, activities, a variety of delicious food options, family photo opportunities, animal meets, and more! Outside exhibitors and vendors will be available with everything from live animal presentations to biofacts. Plus, there will even be tasty treats including lemonade, goat milk ice pops, food trucks, and plenty more!


It’s a great opportunity to get some fresh air and celebrate the spirit of the season with friends and family! Plus, especially for those with little kids, this is definitely the kind of event you won’t want to miss! The Nature Discovery Center has a ton of things to see and do for any curious Houstonian that drops by for a visit. This is just one of the many reasons to take a peek and see what’s in store!


If you’re living at excellent Houston apartments such as Bayou Park, The Broadmead, Providence at Heights, Barcelona, or Villa Nueva, I’d say you’ll have an amazing time at this incredible nature-themed event. Plus, with all those pumpkins, there’s the opportunity to take some great pictures to save as cherished family memories. And the very best part? Admission to this incredible event is FREE! So if you’re looking for a cost-effective way to spend the weekend, this is definitely something that’s right up your alley.


Seeing how this is a holiday event, this is likely to be a very popular opportunity so I definitely recommend dropping by at a good time. Check out this helpful website link to familiarize yourself with all the different things going on over the course of the festival.


Head on out and share some love for the Halloween season!


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Oct 5