Boston Magazine’s Fall Bucket List
This season brings out the best in Boston. It's time to make the most of it.
If the slight chill in the air has you wanting to bust out your Bean boots, embrace it. Fall is upon us, which means it’s time to squeeze all of the autumnal activities you can possibly do into these few short months. That’s why we, the autumn-loving editors at Boston magazine, put our heads together to construct the ultimate fall bucket list.
From foliage drives and corn mazes to cider donuts and fog sculptures, it has all of the essentials for a wholesome, very Boston fall. So print this out, make a spreadsheet, keep a running list in your head, whatever. Just get going—we dare you to check off everything.
(Oh, and if you think we’re missing anything, tweet us @BostonMagazine.)
☑ House a half-dozen mini cider donuts from Red Apple Farms at the Public Market
☑ Hike in the Blue Hills to see reds, oranges, and yellows of all hues–and skyline views
☑ Go apple picking, then make at least one presentable (and preferably edible) apple pie
☑ Experience pumpkin-carving envy at Franklin Park Zoo’s Jack-o-Lantern Journey
☑ Visit a haunted house, like Ghost Ship Harbor in Quincy
☑ Buy an L.L. Bean flannel
☑ Slip on some waders and head out into a cranberry bog
☑ Go antiquing in New Hampshire’s “Antique Alley”
☑ Hurl battle axes and gnaw on comically huge turkey legs at King Richard’s Faire
☑ Carve a Boston magazine-themed pumpkin
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