Richmond Fall Bucket List For Families

 

Rmom Fall Bucket List

Fall is a beautiful time to be in Richmond, Virginia- especially outdoors when it’s not-too-hot and not-too-cold.
It’s also a great time to start some new traditions with your family.

Here’s a bucket list of 30 fall ideas to get out (or stay in) and do something fun with the people you love the most.  Click on links for more information, inspiration or ideas.

Share your fall traditions with us in the comments below!

Happy Autumn! 

Richmondmom’s Fall Bucket List

Check out the leaves changing color on Monument avenue

Visit a pumpkin patch

Go through a corn maze

Go to a fall festival

Be a tourist in Virginia and visit Jamestown, Yorktown and/or Williamsburg or go on a canal cruise downtown

Try a locally made cider

Go apple picking

Try a seasonal coffee (from a coffee shop that is not related to Starbucks)

Spend the day in Carytown

Have a night out at Wine Down (okay, this one is for parents)

Let the kids spend the day in their halloween costume (even if it isn’t halloween)

Check out a Richmond Museum (you’ve never been to before)

Volunteer from home

Decorate a Pumpkin

Trick-or-Treat (of course)

Visit a haunted house

Eat from a food truck

Visit a farmers market before the end of the season

Donate to the food bank

Take photos in a pile of leaves

See a live show (music, dance or theatre)

Host a s’mores party (try different combinations instead of the traditional)

Perform a random act of kindness (with your kids there to see it)

Make a pumpkin flavored something -from scratch

Create art from pinecones, acorns or leaves

Watch football with friends (and eat really yummy food)

Eat a fall flavored donut (from a place that isn’t Dunkin Donuts or Krispy Kreme)

Get fall-themed books from the library

Take a walk near the river

Make a list of things you’re thankful for