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Top Things to do in Pittsburgh this Fall

Fall is primarily marked by Halloween events but as much as these Halloween events are awesome, there is much more to Fall than dressing up, pumpkin carving, and consuming pumpkin-flavored treats. For this reason, we have come up with a list of diverse events and activities you can take part in this Fall in Pittsburgh.

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Highland Games

Head over to Westmoreland County for fun games and activities. Witness a display of strength as both men and women fling hammers, toss beam, and hurl 20-pound rocks in honor of traditional Scottish Games. Children are also welcome to partake in miniature versions of these games and enjoy other activities including dance competitions, drumming, piping, Scottish-breed dog exhibits, and much more. You will also get to experience live melodic bagpipes play without necessarily having to fly halfway across the world. The Highland Games have been scheduled for 24th of October starting at 8am.


Fall Festival at Soergel Orchards

This festival is perfect for the entire family. The festival is scheduled for every weekend of this season between 11am and 5pm. Head over to Soergel Orchards and enjoy a pumpkin patch, hayrides, and apple picking. You will also have an opportunity to browse the wine shop, the gift barn, and the garden center. The kids will especially enjoy face painting, the pony-drawn wagon rides, games, and more. If you feel hungry while you’re there, there is plenty of great food to sample at the Food Barn and the Sweet Saloon. Admission at the Fall Festival is totally free but each activity costs $1-3 each.


Panhandle Trail

Located in Collier Township, head over to Panhandle Trail for a relaxing outdoor experience. The trail is a 29-mile long stretch that runs from Carnegie to Weirton; it’s the perfect location for either hiking or biking with your friends and family. However, we recommend that you plan your visit for the 22nd of October when the Night Walk is scheduled. The Night Walk is a Halloween themed event that happens annually; here you will find glowing pumpkins lining the 1-mile section between Rennerdale Station and Walkers Mill Road. Children below twelve will receive a free treat bag after completing the walk, so the kids will definitely enjoy it.


Kennywood’s Phantom Fright Night

The only downside to Kennywood’s Phantom Fright Night is that it does not allow the admission of anyone below the age of 13. For over 10 years, actors have dressed up and roamed the park scaring visitors while they tour the haunted houses and enjoy a wide variety of rides. If you’re really hungry, they also serve their traditional Potato Patch fries and Halloween-themed candy. Note, however, that this is a popular event and the queues can get really long, so if you have low patience, this event may not be for you. Tickets got for $28 at the gate but if you buy yours online you get them for $25.

Posted on Oct 23 2018

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