New England Fall Festivities - Test And Report Media
Fall in New England is the greatest time of the year (at least I think so!). The season’s colors, flavors, and activities are worth the hype. There’s so much to do and see, so I’ve rounded up some of my favorites below.
Connors Farm (only about 30-minutes from Boston) is known for its corn mazes. They’re seven acres long which makes them quite the activity. The theme this year is, “The Music Maze.” The place definitely gets busy – especially on the weekends. To save some time, I’d recommend getting tickets online and planning to spend the day there to take advantage of their games, slides, rides, and live shows.
Hanson’s Farm is open through November. In addition to a variety of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes, you can pick your own berries and flowers. They also offer haunted hayrides on Fridays and Saturdays which are always fun leading up to Halloween. You also get to take home a free small pumpkin that is included in your $15.00 admission fee! #winwin
Rail Explorers is a unique experience that allows you to tour the area on a railroad built in 1862. The 6-mile tour takes you on a journey full of views. Riders get a glimpse of the Aquidneck Island and Narragansett Bay which are absolutely beautiful. Head to the Rails on Halloween for their “Fireside Costume Ride.” The activity features an evening tour which includes hot cider, apple cider donuts, and fireside s’ mores. Head to their site to save your spot.