What comes to mind when you think of fall? Pumpkin carving, colorful leaves, corn mazes? Whatever it may be, Delaware is home to a variety of fun fall activities to keep you and your family occupied this season.


Ramsey’s Farm


Head to Ramsey’s Farm in Wilmington, Delaware for a full day of fall family fun! Whether you pick and paint pumpkins, go on a hayride, or get lost in one of the three corn mazes, there is something for everyone to enjoy! 


Opening day is Saturday, Sept. 21 and Ramsey’s Farm will be open to the public every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until Oct. 31.




If being scared sounds fun to you, Frightland in Middletown, Delaware is the place to go! The haunted attraction scream park offers eight features, including a haunted barn, haunted hayride, zombie prison and more. 


Distract yourself from the haunted attractions with the carnival and amusement games, rides, entertainment, and food at Frightland.


Boo At The Zoo


Brandywine Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo is only a three day event this October, but you’re not going to want to miss the fun. Order your tickets for either Oct. 17th, 18th, or 19th and start planning your Halloween costume to wear while in attendance. You’ll be able to trick or treat at different stations, take part in seasonal fun activities, and visit your favorite zoo animals.


If you can’t make it that weekend, don’t fret. The Brandywine Zoo is open daily from 10am - 4pm and they will be hosting several other events throughout the season.

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