It’s the season of apple picking, pumpkins, hayrides, corn mazes and more. And with it comes plenty of fun to have throughout the state. We gathered more than 15 fall festivals and events to help you plan your fun, fall, family outings all season long!
Since the 1960s, the Boxford Historical Society has been transforming the East Village for it’s annual Apple festival. Enjoy artisan vendors, local musicians, apple pie and more. Boxford.
New England's largest and longest running Renaissance Festival is back for another season filled with entertainment, rides, games and more. Open weekends through Columbus Day. 235 Main St., Carver.
Grab the family and head to Smolak Farm for its Annual Fall Children’s Festivals every weekend through Oct. 28. Smolak Farms, 315 South Bradford St., North Andover.
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Celebrate the invention of Fluff at the 13th annual Fluff Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22 (rain date is Sept. 23). 3-7 p.m., Union Square, Somerville.
Celebrate Oktoberfest at Night Shift Brewing’s fourth annual celebration. Featuring NSB’s German inspired beers, the event includes a beer garden, brass bands, food vendors, lawn games and more. Night Shift Brewing, 87 Santilli Highway, Everett.
New England’s oldest family fair returns for its 142nd year of agricultural family fun.
Don’t miss this annual tradition as the Topsfield Fair is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year when it opens its gates from late September to early October. 207 Boston St., Topsfield.
Head to the Harpoon Brewery for its biggest festival of the year for their two-day Oktoberfest featuring beer, food, live music and more. Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave., Boston.
Enjoy Boston’s thisural festival complete with live music, food court, amusement area and more. Harvard Avenue, Allston.
Enjoy vendors, food, rides, games and more at Tewksbury’s 5th Annual Fall Harvest Festival. Livingston Street Complex, Tewksbury.
Somerville opens its doors and businesses for the 13th annual HONK! Festival. With performances from street musicians from across the country and the globe, parades and a whole lot more.
Join the Nantucket Conservation Foundation for its 15th Annual Cranberry Festival. Learn about cranberry farming, participate in family activities, sample cranberry treats and other New England classics and enjoy the music. Milestone Cranberry Bog, Nantucket.
Columbus Day weekend head to A.D. Makepeace Co and celebrate the New England tradition of the cranberry harvest during their old-fashioned family festival. Oct. 6 and 7, 158 Tihonet Road, Wareham.
Join the annual celebration of Wellfleet’s famous oysters, clams and deep-rooted shellfishing traditions at the Wellfleet Oysterfest. Oct. 13 and 14, Wellfleet Town Center, Main Street, Wellfleet.
Lowell’s Oktoberfest has everything from local food partners serving up German inspired food to a beer garden with exclusive German beers, music and outdoor games for all ages. Lowell.
The Annual Great Pumpkin Dash Revere Beach Fall Festival and 5K is fun for the entire family. There’s a Kids 1 Mile Fun Run, followed by the 5K. After the race stick around for their fall market and pumpkin festival. Revere Beach, Revere.
Don your costume and head to Marini Farm for its Halloween Hayride complete with children’s costume characters handing out treats. After head over to the farm’s Maze and Maze Park for a full day of fun. Marini Farm, 259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich.
You don’t want to miss this annual event on The Lawn on D. Fun for the entire family with Halloween-themed activities, live music and more. The Lawn on D, 420 D St., Boston.