Fulcrum's Fall Favorites from Around the Greater DC Region
Autumn has arrived in the Greater Washington DC Area, and whether you're craving crisp air, colorful foliage, pumpkin fields or that spooky thrill, we've got something for you. Read on for a roundup of some of our favorite fall happenings and events in the region.
Soul Strolls at Congressional Cemetery
Congressional's seasonal twilight tours explore the stories of individuals buried there through guided tours and costumed interpreters. Experience the history of this hallowed ground exactly the way it should be experienced in October!
Boo at the Zoo
It's time for the Monster Mash. It’s no trick, only the sweetest treat: Boo at the Zoo, Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute’s beloved family-friendly Halloween event, sponsored by Mars Wrigley Confectionery, is back this October!
Georgetown Harvest Market
It's time again for the local favorite fall-themed Georgetown street market. If you are anything like us, you'll enjoy the array of sidewalk shopping, outdoor dining options, festive programming, and so much more.
Butler's Orchard Pumpkin & Fall Festival
Pumpkins galore! Butler's 42nd Annual Pumpkin Festival is back for another year, and runs through October 30th. Making an advanced reservation is strongly encouraged.
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From their world-famous hayrides, to their self-proclaimed corny Cornundrum, Cox Farm's annual Fall Festival has something for the whole family.
Celebrate the crisp autumn season with 18th-century activities and demonstrations, such as candle making and horse shoeing, at the Farm at Mount Vernon.
Celebrate the season this year with this free family event! Enjoy live music, family friendly games, crafts, face painting, and more. Even better, Halloween costumes are encouraged.
This pet-focused fall fest will include activities like pumpkin calligraphy, straw bale pyramids, festive cocktails and much more. Costumes are highly encouraged.