Family-Friendly Fall Events in Tallahassee

As the weather slowly, but surely, begins to cool down, the month of October brings fall and Halloween-themed festivities perfect for all ages. Through October and November, local Tallahassee communities and businesses host all kinds of fall-friendly events all over town. Get your Halloween costumes ready because here are five events you don’t want to miss out on this fall season. 

1. FSU Flying High Circus Halloween Show Series

Celebrate spooky season with a show under the Big Top. All community members are welcome to attend FSU’s Halloween Show Series performed by the Flying High Circus. The production includes a family-friendly showing of zombies and skeletons performing and flying through the air. This thrilling performance can be viewed on October 29th and 30th, and November 4th and 5th. Tickets are to go on sale soon, and linked here is more information on prices and where you can watch the event. 

2. Pumpkin Patch at Tallahassee Heights United Methodist Church 

Going to a pumpkin patch in the fall is essential. Beginning on October 9th, everyone of all ages is welcome to visit Tallahassee Heights United Methodist Church for their yearly Pumpkin Patch. For every Saturday of the month of October from 10 am to 3 pm, visitors can participate in pony rides, bouncy houses, concessions, and of course: the best selection of pumpkins in the area. Admission is free, and for more information, you can call them at 850-877-6276. 

3. Trough-or-Treat at Redemptive Love Farm 

Calling all animal lovers! Redemptive Love Farm is holding its second-annual Trough-or-Treat on October 30th. This Halloween-themed event is perfect for families of all ages who love animals. Activities include hayrides, pony rides, and opportunities to take pictures with many different types of farm animals. Ever wanted to take a picture with a llama? Tickets are $20 and limited. For more details on the event, visit them on Facebook. To see all the animals who live on Redemptive Love Farm, visit their website here for more. 

4. Spooky Science Camp at Challenger Learning Center 

Starting on October 18th, the Challenger Learning Center will be hosting an all-day camp for K-5th grade students. Activities include creating and solving spooky puzzles, learning about bones and skeletons, making glow-in-the-dark slime, spooky dry ice experiences, growing gummi bears, and more. Registration began on September 3rd, and admission is $50 a camper. You can find more information on the vent and how to register on The Challenger Learning Center’s website.

  

5. Night Prowl at Tallahassee Museum 

Although tickets are sold out for the month of October, you still have a chance to participate in the Tallahassee Museum’s Night Prowl starting November 20th. Tallahassee Museum invites everyone of all ages to experience the world of nighttime animals. The tour includes a guided nighttime adventure where participants can see the many nocturnal animals who live in the Tallahassee Museum. The registration deadline is November 17th at noon. If you are interested in securing your spot, click here for more details.

 

 What kind of events are you checking out this fall? Tag us in your fall favorites on Instagram or Facebook!

Published by The TC Team

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