Activities We’re Looking Forward to This Fall

If you know us by now, you’re probably aware that Autumn is our favorite season – the cool, crisp air, the smell of changing leaves, and the bright blue sky contrasting the bold colors of the New England trees. With the official autumnal equinox occurring this coming Monday, we thought we would take some time and update our fall activity list. The weather isn’t cooperating with us right now, in fact it hit 90 degrees in Boston today! So we’re secretly hoping this post will help bring the full-on fall feels.

Here are our top favorite fall activities, our bucket list of musts for the season of gold!


Decor change up: We always take the change in season as liberty to change our decor from light and airy pastels or bright hues to earthy, rustic browns, greens, and reds. When the air becomes crisper, you better believe our couch is adorned with a chunky cable knit blankets, the smell of spices and warm apple pie from candles burns in all of our rooms, and the pillows on the bed and armchairs become more textured and tactile.

Fall Activities, pumpkins

Sweater weather and bootie season: As soon as the seasonal winds pick up the fall wardrobe must come out. There is nothing better than a cashmere or cotton sweater paired with a stylish set of boots. As for the men out there, flannels and a good pair of Timberlands or Bean boots are a must. It may be the most basic outfits out there, but they’re basic for a reason. All the coziness wrapped up into layers and layers of our favorite clothes.

Day Date - Portland, Maine Portland Head Light

Apple and pumpkin picking: There is no shortage of farms offering this experience in New England. Grabbing a basket to collect a bushel of apples while pulling a little red wagon for the pumpkins, wearing your favorite fall outfit all just makes for the perfect family activity or day date – this is on our list for sure. Where may you ask? Check out Belkin Family Lookout Farm in Natick, MA, Bolton Spring Farms in Bolton, MA, or Mack’s Apples in Londonderry, NH. Amazing orchards and farm stand, some of them even have taprooms!

Seasonal aperitifs: Once fall is in full swing, gone are the days where champagne cocktails will do. Nope, we need something a little stronger to warm our bones. We replace our infused vodka, tequila, and pinot gris with some whisky and red wine. Oh and how could we forget the pumpkin beer or Oktoberfest brews? This season brings out the boldest, fuller bodied cocktails. We’re here for it.

Football season: We live in Massachusetts, need we say more? Autumn wouldn’t feel like Fall without some New England Patriots football. Whether it’s making chilli before an evening game or heading to Gillette Stadium to throw around a football before watching Tom Brady take the field, this sport screams sweatshirts and pumpkin beer. And we have to throw in a little shout out to the Atlanta Falcons (you’re welcome Phil)!

7 Activities to Celebrate Autumn

Raking up the leaves: We used to hate this activity growing up, unless we were allowed to jump in them at the end. But once we actually had our own yard to take care of, raking leaves is actually something to look forward to. There is just something about the smell of leaves that makes our hearts sing.

7 Activities to Celebrate Autumn

Scarves and books: Picture this, making a warm cup of tea or coffee, grabbing a great new bestseller, wrapping your favorite scarf around your neck and lugging a blanket out to a hammock. Yup, sounds like the perfect fall afternoon activity to me – getting lost in a world while enjoying the fresh air. Not much rivals this experience.

Now it’s your turn, what is on your list of Autumn-musts this season? What are you looking forward to the most? Share comments and links to your favorite spots in the comments below.

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