Autumn in Edmonton
Grab your scarf, put on your cardigan, and get ready to enjoy all things autumn in Edmonton. It is the season of colder mornings, earlier sunsets, and color switches. This is probably your last chance to enjoy the outdoors before winter comes knocking on the doors. Celebrate the season with some fall-themed activities in Edmonton. To help you plan better and make the most of the fall season, we have compiled a list of things to do during Autumn in Edmonton that you’ll love. So, this fall gear up for some fun features and community events.
Every Autumn in Edmonton, the Edmonton Corn Maze manages to pull together an interesting maze design. This time around, they have collaborated with Dr. Patchup and the Stollery Hospital to create awareness for the Stollery Children’s Hospital and their impact on the community. Edmonton Corn Maze is one of the best fun autumn rituals that adults and children can make the most of. Take on the challenge with your loved ones, enjoy the weather, and discover new pathways at the Edmonton Corn Maze.
Youth (Age 4-11): $10
Child (under 4): Free
Halloween is just around the corner and Edmonton is gearing up for some scares with the Deadmonton Haunted House. Right out of the horror movies, this is one of the well-planned haunted houses that is sure to freak out even the most strong-willed. This fall season gear up for some scary adventure at the Deadmonton Haunted House. Don’t forget to check their schedule and get tickets online.
Another Halloween favorite in Edmonton is the Haunted Pumpkin Festival. Located at the Prairie Gardens Adventure Farm, this is the best way to enjoy Edmonton’s countryside during the autumn season. At this annual tradition, you can expect pumpkin patches, family-friendly haunted houses, corn mazes, farmers markets, and so much more.
Youth (aged 3-17): $13.65
Toddler (0-2 years old): FREE
If you are someone who loves evening strolls, then this is the best spot to be in Edmonton. Take a relaxing evening stroll and enjoy the beautiful weather, all while capturing some insta-worthy snaps. Fort Edmonton is one of the city’s best parks and has plenty of activities planned to keep the visitors entertained throughout fall.
This non-fiction festival is for all you bookworms out there. It’s a perfect blend of entertainment, social gathering and gourmet experiences. Litfest is an 11-day festival that starts on October 27th at various locations across Edmonton. It is an interesting opportunity to network and interact with some of the best-selling and award-winning authors too. Don’t forget to mark your calendar and become a part of the bookish landscape this season.
This fall season, Edmonton is gearing up to host 4 days of funny, starting from October 16th, 2019. They have gathered an interesting line up of comedians at different venues across Edmonton. Get ready to witness a laughing riot hosted by your favorite comedians, including Adam Blank, Andrew Grose, July Kim amongst many others.
There’s no better time to enjoy a delicious dinner with your loved ones on the patio. This rustic-chic spot in Edmonton is your best bet. Enjoy great beer, good food, vibrant ambiance and a stunning view of the bustling downtown.
Explore an educational trip to the Edmonton Valley Zoo with your little ones or friends. This zoo is known to be the home of over 350 animals and is focused on conservation. Fall is one of the best seasons to venture out to the zoo, it neither too hot nor too cold. Enjoy engaging experiences, with the animals and discover their state-of-the-art research facility.
Next, enjoy the best of cinematic experiences and grab a tub of popcorns. Get ready to be a part of one of the biggest entertainment events in Edmonton, featuring the best in independent film making. From web series to short films, Edmonton International Film Festival displays an interesting array of cinematic experiences.
This fall season, set out on a guided tour to discover the haunted history of places in Edmonton. It’s an opportunity to enjoy the weather while learning more about mysterious local history. This engaging tour is truly one of the most exciting ways to explore Edmonton and to spend an evening with a veteran storyteller.