I love fall so much! It's my favorite season and Northeast Ohio has so much to offer!
Between the trees changing and fall festivals, there is something for everyone and at any price point.
Besides the weekly list, here are a few not to miss events this autumn in the Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio area.
Besides the entertainment, St. Mary's also has pierogis paprikash, goulash, stuffed cabbage, kielbasa & kraut, potato pancakes, sauerkraut balls and cabbage & noodles! I can feel my butt getting bigger.
This is one of our favorites to kick-off the season of Fall festivals!
If you are nervous about chalking on the sidewalk, there is a workshop the weekend before but you can always just browse.
Halloween at Cedar Point! What could be better - roller coaster and zombies! During the day, it's pretty kid friendly and last year they even had a trick or treat station. Take a look at our last visit!
We've been to Ingenuity Festival when it started under the Detroit-Superior Bridge. Followed it to the warehouses by the Browns Stadium and braved the gale forced winds of North Coast harbor. They have moved again!
No longer in the downtown area, Ingenuity moved to the Saint Clair-Superior neighborhood at the corner of E 53rd and Hamilton Avenue.
12 & Under – FREE
Individual Day Pass – $5
Individual Weekend Pass – $10
Got a family of 4 or more? Enter promo code INGFRIEND to get $1 off day passes or $3 off weekend passes!
Museum Day Live!September 24
Smithsonian Magazine presents Museum Day Live! You have to register to get a ticket but it's free! There are three museums in the Greater Cleveland area, Cleveland History Center, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and International Women’s Air & Space Museum.
This is a small farm with a nice size maze and the kids and I just adore it. I know there are bigger and better places, but this is just right for us.
Hands On Heritage | Rocky Rever Reservation | Cleveland MetroparksOctober 1
Visit Rocky River Nature Center and surrounding trails for a day of fun focused around traditional skills. Free all day: rug braiding craft, cider press, sampling mill, pioneer toys, butter churning, candle making, pioneer cooking, wool spinning demonstrations, quill pen activity. Food will be available for purchase.
Goblins in the Garden at Holden ArboretumOctober 8 - 9
Trick-or-treating, apple bobbing, hay stacks, scarecrow row, live entertainment. Well worth the cost of admission which is $10 a car with membership (Cleveland Botanical Garden members, too!) or $20 a carload for non-members.
The 7th Annual Spooky Pooch Parade at Kauffman Park. Proud pet owners parade their dogs in this favorite, family-friendly event. The only one of it’s kind in the region, Spooky Pooch attracts pet lovers from all over Northeast Ohio. The event takes place RAIN OR SHINE.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Out of this World!
October 20 - 23
All the colors of fall as only nature can bring you. Check out the website for special events all autumn.
Now until November 1st
Scarecrow Family Picnic - September 24