Discover dozens of the best fall events, festivals and other things to do in Cincinnati, Ohio by perusing our directory of autumn here at Funtober. Here is our calendar of amazing events for 2016 in the Greater Cincinnati area:
Cincinnati Fall Festivals
Cincinnati Pumpkin Patches
Blooms and Berries - Loveland, OH
They feature fresh fruits, flowers, and farm fun. They have a pumpkin patch, a seven acre corn maze, garden center and farm activities including hayrides, fresh apple cider, farm animals, straw maze, food and more.
Bonnybrook Farms - Clarksville, OH
A 350 acre working farm in southeastern Warren County located 20 minutes east of Kings Island that moved here in 2006 from its original location in Centerville. Pick your own pumpkins, corn maze, hayride and other family friendly fun
Niederman Family Farm - Liberty Township, OH
A 210 acre family farm with pick your own pumpkin patch, 14 acre corn maze, hayrides and more. They also feature paintball on weekends.
Cincinnati Haunted Houses
All Hallows Eve Terror Town - Williamsburg, OH
All Hallows’ Eve foundation is horror and Halloween. Their venue is based in the 19th century, with several events happening. Right now, TERROR TOWN is their primary focus. At TERROR TOWN’s haunted attraction here near Cincinnati Ohio, they base the horror around Folklore. Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from early September through the first weekend in November.
Brimstone Haunt - Wilmington, OH
The Brimstone Farm was once a prosperous family farm. Now open every Friday and Saturday night from late September through Halloween. It is a place full of long-lost memories, stories, and curses. Many horrors have been reported in these fields but not many are willing to talk about the events that occur in the corn. Come see what’s waiting for you around every twist and turn. This is no ordinary woods walk. The Forgotten Forest is a place shrouded in mystery. Many people have gone searching for answers to the unnatural events that occur in and around the forest but none have ever returned. Only the bravest should dare enter these trees and IF you make it back out, you will not be the same as when you went in. Tickets are $15 for the haunted hayride or a combo ticket for $27. Save money with online discounts.
Dayton Scream Park - Dayton, OH
The season begins in late September. Back again with fun attractions, trails and scares. What are you doing on Friday and Saturday nights between this fall. Perhaps you should visit Dayton Scream Park. Take the Hillbilly Hay Ride attractions. For a real fright spend 30 minutes going through the Haunted Trail with 30 scenes and 40 live monsters. A $20 combo ticket will get you into the hay ride, trail, and Rat Trap Maze. Enjoy Friday and Saturday nights from dark to midnight. “Remember this ain’t no walk in the park.”
Cincinnati Ghost Tours
American Legacy Tours - Cincinnati, OH
The hosts of the popular Underground Tour also run ghost tours in September and October, including Queen City is Haunted and Newport (KY) is Haunted.
Cincinnati Ghost Tour - Cincinnati, OH
Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes. Tickets are $15.00 each, book online. The tour starts at 295 Ludlow Ave. in Cincinnati at the fountain/statue on the corner of Clifton & Ludlow Aves. in the beautiful Clifton neighborhood. Convenient free parking is available near the fountain. The tour guide is Roy Heizer, who has been a professional tour guide for more than a decade including the Squares of Savannah History Tour, as well as the Winston Salem Ghost Tour.
Haunted Cincinnati Tours - Cincinnati, OH
a three hour bus tour that explores some of Cincinnati’s most haunted locations. Their signature tour is the Ghosts of the Queen City Tour, established in 2008. It departs from Fountain Square at 520 Vine Street. Overnight ghost hunts are available at Poasttown Elementary and Sedamsville Rectory at a cost of $59-69 per person. Participants for these events meet at the location of the hunt.