It's finally fall, y'all! Our Music City Experts team is so excited! We put together a list of some area fall activities (like pumpkin patches!) to visit during the season.
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens | Nashville, TN | September 22 - October 21
Cheekwood is a beautiful spot anytime of the year, especially during the spring and fall.
Enjoy more than 5,000 fall colored mums around the gardens, scarecrow collection, their pumpkin house, and pumpkin patch!
Photo via Cheekwood
El Dia de los Muertos
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens | Nashville, TN | October 27
Celebrate El Dia de los Muertos, The Day of the Dead, also at Cheekwood. This is one of the most important celebrations in the Mexican and Latin American culture. It is known for the colorful decorations, lively music, and extravagant displays. Celebrate with fun activities for the whole family!
Gentry's Farm | Franklin, TN | September 29 - October 29
The entire family will have a blast in the four acre corn field maze, nature trail, and wooden tractor playground. Plus, pick your own pumpkin, take a ride through the historic farm, and more!
Walden Farm | Smyrna, TN | September 22 - October 31
Pick your own pumpkin, take a hay ride, create sand art, and get a face painting!
Historic Germantown | Nashville, TN| October 11 - 14
Since 1980, the Nashville Oktoberfest has been a tradition in the historic neighborhood of Germantown. Come enjoy the parade, the 5K Bier Run, live music Fridays thru Sundays, and great German beer. Plus, admission is free!
Honeysuckle Hill Farm Fall Festival
Honeysuckle Hill Farm | Coopertown, TN | September 29 - November 3
Celebrate fall in the beautiful countryside of Coopertown, Tennessee -- right between Nashville and Clarksville. Find your way out of the Country Music Corn Maze, take a ride on their Pumpkin Train, and then hop off to pick the perfect pumpkin to decorate or bake with.
Nashville Pumpkin Co.
12th South Pumpkin Patch | Nashville, TN
Take a stroll down eclectic 12th South, and make a pumpkin stop! Choose from classic pumpkins, heirloom pumpkins, gourds, mums, pansies, and more. While you are there, snap a picture in front of the unique old farm truck!
There are many more hot spots to have fun in the changing leaves and cooler temperatures. The activities are seemingly endless -- that's one of the things we love about Music City!
We would love to see your fall pictures, too. Tag @MusicCityExperts and the locale you visit! Happy Fall!