Fall Activities Guide

Fun Fall activities hunt has never been made so easy

By: Keyla Fernandez

A lot of people may struggle to get their social lives on track. Since Covid began, socializing has never been more difficult, and trying to find fun things to do has never been made easier. Well look no further, we have some fun fall activities for everyone. 

Photo Worthy places:

The Pumpkin Arch 

Pier 17 has brought back their pumpkin arch and its cuter than ever. This photo worthy spot not only has this cool arch made out of pumpkins but has a background view of the Hudson and the Brooklyn Bridge, to make those Instagram worthy Fall pics. The arch will now be open through October, so take advantage of it now before waiting a whole nother year to go! Best part of it all, it’s absolutely FREE!

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

If you’ve never been, you must. Every year, a Light Festival during the month of October opens and leaves like a blink of an eye. The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is a light festival for the whole family with lots of photo worthy pics opportunities. Each pumpkin has its own unique spooky season vibes. And while the tickets for October are ALL sold out, you may still have a chance in November. For $44 for adults/students with ID, you can see the most beautiful Fall lights with lots of pumpkins involved. 

The Pumpkin Flotilla in Central Park

Before heading to the Central Park annual Halloween parade, you must first go carve your own pumpkin. This event will allow you to set your Halloween personality free when you allow your own spooky pumpkin to float away. This event is happening on Sunday, October 31st from 1:00PM-4:00PM. And thankfully, this is another FREE event but it’s first come first serve, so grab your vaccinations cards and your masks and…RUN.

NYC Annual Halloween parade

The Annual NYC Halloween parade is back and better than ever. I wonder how many squid game costumes there will be this year. Grab your costumes, and your Covid precaution most haves and head to the Halloween parade that will be happening of course free of charge and will begin on Spring Street, New York 10013 at 7PM, Sunday, October 31st. 

Happy Day Farm

I’m sure you must have heard of this location from Tik Tok already, and if not, what’s on YOUR FYP?? This picture-worthy apple picking location is just 45 minutes away from NYC. For only $20, you can attend their fall harvest event which will be happening until October 31st. There is no admission fee for this apple picking farm. You can pick your own apples for your apple pies and your pumpkin for your spooky halloween craves and you only pay for what you get! So go just to take pictures and enjoy the vibe for free or pay for your delicious treats and enjoy the vibe for a small cost. 

A Merry Doggy Halloween

Of course we can’t forget about our furry besties. This Halloween, you can dress your furry bestie and take them to the Halloween dog parade, which will happen on Saturday, October 23rd from 12:00PM-3:00PM at the East River Amphitheater, and like always FREE of charge!!. If you see a dog and a human dressed like burria tacos, that’s my dog and I.

Bryant Park Winter Village

Grab your skates and head to the Annual Bryant Park Winter Village. You can now skate in Bryant Park FREE of charge when you have your own skates and with no admissions fee but you can also rent your own skates for $15-45. Bryant park Winter Village opens this October 29th through January 2nd. Enjoy some nice music, holiday shopping around the park and some fun tasty snacks at the village. You can reserve your tickets now on their website! So go book yours before tickets sell out!

Categories: Lifestyles

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