15 Things to do in Central MA This Fall
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The leaves on the trees are a sight to behold, the music scene is still alive, apple and pumpkin picking season is here.
To help New Englanders get past the end of summer blues, GoLocalWorcester has come up with 20 things to do this fall in Central Massachusetts.
Events range from haunted houses to apple picking and more.
See the 20 Things to do in Rhode Island This Fall in the Slideshow Below
Related Slideshow: 15 Things to do in Central MA This Fall - 2018
Fall Golf at Green Hill Golf Course
The end of Summer does not mean the end of golf season.
The fall is a great time of year for golfing at Green Hill Golf Course or any of the courses across the state.
The fall offers some of the best-golfing weather of the year, not too hot and not too cold.
Golf season has not left.
Walk, Run or Bike the Blackstone River Bikeway
The idea behind the Blackstone River Bikeway was to create a bike path running 48 miles, from Worcester to Providence along the National Heritage Corridor.
It links the Blackstone River and the Blackstone Canal connect with the East Bay Bike Path in Rhode Island.
Check Out the Sleepy Hollow Experience at Old Sturbridge Village
The Sleepy Hollow Experience is back at Old Sturbridge Village.
During the experience, guests will be ghoulishly guided through the Village’s countryside where they will encounter Ichabod Crane, Katrina Van Tassel, Brom Bones and quite possibly the Headless Horseman.
Apple Picking at Tougas Family Farm
Tougas Family Farm is a great place to take the family for a day of Apple picking.
A 10 pound Peck Bag, admits 4 people into the orchard $26
While a 20 pound 1/2 Bushel Bag, admits 6 people into the orchard $36
The farm is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dive into history at King Richard's Faire, New England's oldest and largest Renaissance Festival and most beloved annual fall event. Dress up, play games and learn a lot at a fair that is a great fall event for the entire family.
The Fair runs from September 1 through October 21.
Leaf Peeping at Moore State Park
The 730-acre park has been the site of gristmills and sawmills and many other things since 1747.
Explore the trails in the central section of the park to witness the beautiful colors.
Then find a nice spot to settle down, have a picnic and enjoy the day and the leaves.
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