In honor of Fall almost being over (*insert sad emoji*) and my latest jewelry piece from James Avery. I thought I would share a fun post about all the things to do in Dallas this Fall. I chose this ‘Dallas Charm‘ from James Avery is because I am a native Dallasite. I was born and raised here in Dallas. I thought this charm was a great addition to my jewelry collection and will remind me of my favorite place every time I wear it.
I can’t believe that it’s almost the end of October too! I mean Halloween is this week!! Speaking of Halloween I attended a super fun Halloween party on Saturday. Keep an eye out on Instagram to see my full costume this week.
Keep reading to see all the things to do in Dallas right now. Everything I am sharing is family friendly too!
- Dallas Arboretum and Gardens – During the Fall the Arboretum decorates for Fall which includes all the pumpkins your little heart desires. There are so many cute spots for couple, family or kid photos. It is just a fun experience to go and see. You do have to pay to get in the door, but it is so worth it. Also, I would suggest getting there right when they open. It gets very busy on the weekends and even Sunday!
- Dallas Farmers Market – The farmers market in Dallas has recently gone under some renovations. It is such a fun spot to spend the day with family looking around. They also have a giant selection of pumpkins this time of year. It does get very busy as well, so the earlier you arrive the better to find a parking spot.
- State Fair of Texas – Even though the last weekend of the fair just ended, I can’t write this post without including it here. We go to the fair every year for a corny dog of course. It is so fun for all ages!
- Yesterland Farms – This farm is located in Canton, Texas which is just about an hour outside of Dallas. It is a huge farm with so many attractions for kids and adults alike.
- Six Flags Over Texas Fright Fest – I have personally never been to Fright Fest, but my husband has and says it is a lot of fun. Everything is Halloween themed which makes the park a whole lot spookier!