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The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Pittsburgh 2021

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Fall is finally here! View "The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Pittsburgh 2021" and enjoy all the city has to offer this time of year.

Fall is finally here! Pittsburgh is debatably one of the best places to enjoy fall. Not only do we have amazing events in the city, but there are parks, pumpkins, and fall festivals within a 30-minute drive of the city in just about every direction. Below are some of the best fall activities that you absolutely have to check out if you’re in Pittsburgh this fall.

 

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Enjoy the Fall Colors

When the leaves change, you have countless options of where to go to enjoy them. Below is a list of some local favorites of places both inside and outside of the city to enjoy the fall foliage.

 

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Grab a Cider of Pumpkin Beer

Nothing says fall like cider or pumpkin beer. These are some of the best spots to enjoy a fall-flavored drink:

Celebrate Oktoberfest

Looking to celebrate the classic Oktoberfest? These Pittsburgh locations are your best bet:

Visit a Haunted House

If you’re a fan of the spookier side of fall, visiting a haunted house is a must. Pittsburgh is home to ScareHouse, named one of the scariest attractions by the Travel Channel. If that’s a little too scary, there are plenty of other options that may be more your speed.

 

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Go Pumpkin or Apple Picking

There’s no better feeling than going pumpkin and apple picking on the perfect fall day. Take your spoils home to carve or make a pie! These locations also have tons of fall activities for the whole family.

Check Out the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

The Pittsburgh Zoo has two awesome events going on this fall. Now through October 30th, they are hosting the Asian Lantern Festival. Then, on October 16, 17, 23, and 24th, head back to the zoo for Zoo Boo! Your kids can trick-or-treat through the zoo, plus they’ll have a bunch of characters and crafts.

Head to Seven Springs Mountain Resort

On October 9-10 and 16-17, Seven Springs will host Fall Craft Days. Take the chairlift for an awesome aerial view of all of the fall foliage. While you’re there, visit over 100 local artisans and crafters, enjoy live music, and more!

 

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