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Boerne Does Fall First-Class With a Full Calendar of Fun

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Is it hard to find things to do in the Texas Hill Country in autumn? Absolutely not! In fact, Boerne has a great lineup of fall events to keep your family’s calendar filled up and then some. The simple fact that the temperatures are moderate is cause for celebration, allowing for more time to be spent out and about as opposed to indoors trying to keep cool. The cooler air of autumn signifies a time of harvests, trips to local markets, crunching leaves, and soothing drinks. Plus, Boerne offers an excellent variety of events to help you enjoy this season to the fullest.

Boerne Does Fall First-Class With a Full Calendar of Fun

Photo: Visit Boerne Via Cheryl Beck

Happening throughout the month of October, the Annual Pumpkin Patch is at a new and exciting location. Visit the pumpkin patch at 102 City Park Rd., home of The AgriCultural Museum of Boerne, where a picture-perfect autumn setting awaits your family. The Pumpkin Patch is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is free. Complete with a variety of colorful pumpkins and antique tractors, there are photo-ops around every corner! This is one Hill Country pumpkin patch you won’t want to miss!

Boerne Does Fall First-Class With a Full Calendar of Fun

Photo: Visit Boerne

Speaking of tractors, happening on Saturday, October 13, The AgriCultural Museum will also be hosting its annual KurbisFest (“pumpkin fest” in German) and antique tractor pull! So, not only will families get the opportunity to enjoy the local pumpkin patch, but they’ll also get to witness the “Key to the Hills” Tractor Pull, sponsored by the Tri-County Tractor Pullers Association of Rio Medina. Roughly 50 Farmall and John Deere tractors will be participating in the event. While you’re there, the family can take a guided tour of the museum, see what a real-life blacksmith does, and enter some pumpkin carving and decorating contests for prizes! Admission for this event is $5 for adults, free of charge for children. All entry fees collected will benefit the AgriCultural Museum.

Boerne Does Fall First-Class With a Full Calendar of Fun
Photo: Visit Boerne

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