Baton Rouge is a wonderful city and there is always so much going on. Each season in Louisiana brings about something unique and exciting. With fall, we welcome Halloween, football, Thanksgiving, leaves changing color, temperatures dropping, etc.
If you’re looking for some fun things to do during this fun season, look no further. We’ve come up with a great list of things to do around town for some fall fun.
1. Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin Patch
11215 Lee’s Lane
Hammond, LA 70401
Stop by Mrs. Heather’s now until November 8th to pick out some pumpkins! Not only is there a pumpkin patch, there is face painting, a hay maze, a nature trail, zip lining, and much more! It’s fun for the whole family!
2. The 13th Gate
832 St. Phillip Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Do you love to be scared? Are you a fan of horror movies? Nationally recognized as one of the top haunted attractions in the country, the 13th Gate is not something you’ll want to miss out on! It will be up and running until November 13th and tickets are $25.
3. Corn Maze at The Burden Center
4560 Essen Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
On October 24th, you can visit the Corn Maze at Burden. For $7, you can go through the corn maze, go for a hay ride, and climb haystacks. What a fun fall event!
4. Boo at the Zoo
3601 Thomas Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70807
Experience this trick-or-treat extravaganza on October 24th and 25th! Parents and children are invited to wear costumes and tour the zoo while stopping at treat stations along the way. Regular zoo admission applies.
5. Greater Baton Rouge State Fair
16072 Airline Highway
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
From October 22nd through November 1st, visit the Greater Baton Rouge State Fair. There will be rides, awesome food and nightly musical entertainment! General admission is $5, plus the cost of ride tickets ($1 each).
6. Halloween Boozar
N. Stadium Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Come trick-or-treating on October 25th at 1 p.m. at LSU’s Pete Maravich Assembly Center! Kids will be created by LSU student-atheletes as they trick-or-treat in their costumes. There will be activities and opportunities for kids to take pictures with their favorite players – and Mike the Tiger! Admission is FREE, however, visitors are asked to bring canned goods that will be donated to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.
On Saturday, October 31st from 2 to 5 p.m., this is where you’ll want to be! The 4th Annual Halloween parade takes place in downtown Baton Rouge.
We hope you and your family have fun participating in the festive community activities!
Happy Fall Y’all!