My favorite time of year is getting closer. With the end of summer means it’s almost time to get the pumpkins out and celebrate fall. Just because the leaves don’t change the same in the sunshine state doesn’t mean there is any shortage of autumn celebrations. Let’s explore some of the best fall events happening around Orlando this season.
Fall Foodie Events
Now- November 19th during EPCOT operating hours
This beloved yearly festival gives you the opportunity to taste your way through a variety of counties. Plus, experience specialty shows, classes, and merchandise.
November 11-12 from 5:30pm-9pm
Outside at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Resort, this annual foodie event includes live music, unlimited food tastings from over 20 food stations, 100 beverage selections, and themed areas like the beer garden and bubble lounge. Overnight packages and individual tickets are available for this event.
Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm-4pm, September 10th- October 30th
Grab yourself a picnic blanket or a chair and head over to Lakeridge Winery for wine, food trucks, free wine tours, outdoor wine bar, lawn games, and more. Admission is free.
Saturday, November 12
The Orlando Beer Festival located at Festival Park is the place to go to sample craft and premium beers from both local and US breweries. Other activities include wine tasting, games, food, and music. The event is dog friendly. Tickets are required.
Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes
Saturdays and Sundays October 1-December 11, Times Vary
Enjoy a 6.5-acre corn maze themed to dinosaurs. Also, Other events include café, markets, food vendors, and activities for the kids.
Another great option is Painted Oaks Academy. This event offers another opportunity for fall fun. Similar to other events, Painted Oevent also has live music on weekends, photo ops, and more.
Saturdays and Sundays October 8 – November 6, 2021, 10am-5pm
This five-acre corn maze event will offer shopping from local vendors in addition to other fun activities for adults and kids of all ages.
There is no shortage of seasonal events in Central Florida. However, if you’re looking for more Halloween-themed activities, check out my Spooky Season in Orlando Guide. If you are ready to make the move to Florida and take advantage of all the great entertainment opportunities, our Moving to Orlando REALTORS are here to help you navigate the market. Take a moment to fill out our contact form, and someone will be in contact with you!