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Events in Chicago This Fall

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Chicago’s tree-lined streets are covered in the fallen yellow and crimson leaves of autumn. While nature is preparing to rest for the winter, Chicagoans are anticipating the year’s many local fall events. Here’s just a handful of pickings of satisfying Chicago events.

The crisp autumn weather in Chicago makes the many outdoor events pleasant and inviting. September temperatures hover around a comfortable 74 degrees Fahrenheit. When November rolls around, expect cooler weather, averaging 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Dress appropriately for Chicago’s fall events.

An array of welcoming Chicago events suits a wide range of people. Families with young children will find plenty of wholesome activities in which to participate. Groups of friends can enjoy adult nights’ out in the city. Romantic couples, too, have many opportunities to see the city’s spectacular sights.

Fall Events for the Family

1.      Apple Picking

September is ripe for afternoons of apple picking. Orchards near Chicago offer families the chance to pick the red, ripened fruit and sip apple cider. County Line Orchard is one farm where families can pick 30 varieties of apples, take tractor rides, and get joyfully lost in winding corn mazes.

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2.      Pumpkin Patches

Pumpkin patches are a winning fall attraction around Chicago. Family-owned Goebbert’s Pumpkin Patch hosts an annual Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch. Youngsters can slide down the Giant Pumpkin Slide, listen to the farm’s Singing Chickens, and ride on the fantastical Pumpkin Express Train.

3.      Corn Maze

The world’s largest corn maze can be found at Richardson’s Adventure Farm. Families can trek through 28 acres of live corn, which is equivalent to nine to 10 miles of trail. Once the maze is completed, youngsters have a chance to participate in any of the farm’s corn maze games.

4.      Lincoln Park Zoo

The Lincoln Park Zoo houses diverse plant life and ecosystems, in addition to furry animals. Every second Saturday, nature-loving groups are taken on a guided tour by a horticulturalist. Autumn visitors will be in for a visual treat, as they view the changing colors of maple and gingko tree leaves.

5.      Sunflower Farms

Fall is always a good season for pictures, and you can visit sunflower farms to take some nice and unique pictures. Usually sunflowers bloom as early as July and it can last until October, the prime season to visit a sunflower farm is August through September. Check out these sunflower farms around Chicago and plan a visit with your family or friends. The farms offer activities such as mazes and you can also cut sunflowers to take home!

Fall Events for Adults

1.      Farmers’ Markets

Ears of fresh corn, bins of yellow peppers, and appetizing baked goods are just a handful of the products Chicago visitors can find at the city’s fall farmers’ markets. Daley Plaza and the Maxwell Street Market are two local farmers’ markets favorites.

Maxwell Street Market holds its market outdoors on the first and third Sundays through December 2021. Visitors flock to the unique mix of handmade crafts. Musicians liven up the mornings and afternoons. Those who stop by will savor some of the best street foods in Chicago.

2.      Music Festivals

Music lovers will appreciate the Spring Awakening Music Festival, to be held in October, instead of June, this year. Expect a brilliant show featuring fully functioning pyrotechnics. The two-day festival is one that fans of club-friendly acts, like Galantis and Diplo, will not want to miss.

Another two-day festival is Open House Chicago, hosted by the Chicago Architecture Center. Guests are given behind-the-scenes access to multiple local sites that boast of architectural, cultural or historic significance. Last year, sites included Hyde Park Art Center, Aloft Loft, and Pui Tak Center.Beautiful autumn landscape

Fall Events for Couples

1.      The Great Pumpkin Glow

The Lincoln Park Zoo holds its annual Adults Night Out: The Great Pumpkin Glow in October. Just before Halloween, during the eerie calm of the after hours, visitors have a unique chance to explore the zoo. Stroll through a haunted trail, take a pumpkin walk, and sip a seasonal cocktail.

2.      Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

Add visual splendor to date night by visiting the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Chicago. Art lovers are surrounded by 60,600 frames of video and 500,000 cubic feet of projections. The Exhibit offers date night packages, where couples have a unique vantage point of the exhibit from the Juliet balcony.

3.      Chicago River Cruise

Chicago is famed for its grand architecture, among other attractions. Hop onto Chicago’s First Lady and cruise down the Chicago River. During the boat ride, view the renowned architecture of buildings that line the waterway. The tour is guided by certified docents, and guests learn about 50 city buildings.

4.      Food Festivals

Chicago Gourmet will whet the appetites of guests. This annual food festival, hosted by the Illinois Restaurant Association, will be held during the month of September. Anticipate multi-course dinners hosted by local, esteemed chefs. Events include Grand Cru and Hamburger Hop.

This year’s autumn months promise a wealth of activities for all age groups. The fall season kicks off with apple picking in September, continues at full speed through the spooky night of Halloween, and ends with a warm, jovial start of the holiday season in November.

The abovementioned events are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to exhilarating fall events in the city. Countless lesser-known and well-known events are held through the autumn season. One thing is clear: Chicago events keep company employees engaged throughout the fall months.

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