Our Nashville Pumpkin-themed Picks

There are so many pumpkin themed (and pumpkin flavored) things to do this fall in Nashville. Here are our favorites!

Honeysuckle Hill Farm - There are lots of pumpkin patches, but one of our favorites is Honeysuckle. During the day you can enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze, animals and more, but the best part is at night. We suggest going in the afternoon to enjoy activities and then staying to rent a bonfire. You can bring your own food (and cooler!) to cook out and stay for the new Pumpkin Express Light Show. Opens September 21.

Cheekwood Harvest - Did someone say pumpkin houses AND a beer garden? Bring the little ones to run around and pick a pumpkin for carving or painting while you enjoy a cold one. There will be live music every Saturday and Sunday. Starts September 21.

Fat Bottom Brewery - Move over Pumpkin Spiced Latte, try Fat Bottom's Smoked Pumpkin Porter on tap now. Their big porch is the perfect place to hang out with the kids. Enjoy this beer from September-November.

Jack's Pumpkin Glow at the Hermitage - Starting October 3 thousands of hand-carved pumpkins will be all lit up for some incredible photo ops. Bring the little ones - there won't be anything scary! It is also stroller friendly and there will be fall food and drinks.

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