90 Activities To Have On Your Autumn Bucket List

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Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year. I enjoy the colours in nature, the comfort foods like stews and casseroles as well as being able to wear the cosiest jumpers.

I love the back to school stationery, the colder crisp air, the autumn fashion trends are all some of the reasons why Autumn makes me smile.

Here are 90 activities that you can have on your fall bucket list:

1. Make hot chocolates with all the extras

2. Visit a pumpkin patch

3. Visit a vegetable patch

4. Carve pumpkins

5. Visit a firework display

6. Take photographs in autumnal scenery

7. Buy autumnal candles

8. Scrapbook memories

9. Watch autumnal movies

10. Bake treats

11. Go trick or treating

12. Make an autumnal playlist

13. Buy chocolate and toffee covered apples

14. Go to a harvest festival

15. Play in a pile of leaves

16. Roast marshmallows on a fire

17. Have a bonfire

18. Collect and play with conkers

19. Watch scary movies

20. Watch an autumnal movies

21. Collect pinecones

22. Go on an autumnal picnic

23. Do leaf crafts

24. Make Halloween crafts

25. Go apple picking

26. Dress up in a Halloween costume

27. Go stargazing

28. Decorate your home with Autumn decorations

29. Make chocolate and toffee apples

30. Make a fall lantern

31. Organise your wardrobe

32. Wear the biggest and cosiest jumpers

33. Buy new stationery

34. Pick berries

35. Go for nature walks

36. Make an autumn garland

37. Find some chestnuts and roast them in the oven

38. Make butternut squash soup

39. Host a Halloween party

40. Create a den with lots of blankets

41. Make cider

42. Cook a stew with dumplings

43. Make pumpkin soup

44. Decorate your front door with Autumn and Halloween decorations

45. Roast pumpkin seeds

46. Bake pumpkin bread

47. Send a self-care package to a loved one

48. Buy darker shade lipsticks and nail varnishes

49. Make an apple crumble

50. Try apple bobbing

51. Spend a rainy day printing out and organise your photos into albums

52. Go on a night-time walk

53. Make your own fall bucket list

54. Batch cook your favourite comfort foods

55. Host a firework party

56. Drink a pumpkin spiced latte

57. Make different jams

58. Drink warm apple cider

59. Donate to a local food bank

60. Go on a toadstool hunt

61. Visit a corn maze

62. Do leaf rubbings with crayons

63. Go to a farmers market

64. Go on a scenic drive

65. Make a chilli

66. Do an autumn house clean

67. Make some corn bread

68. Make a scarecrow

69. Go on a bike ride

70. Learn to knit and crochet

71. Press autumn leaves and flowers

72. Plant bulbs for Spring

73. Get an autumn manicure

74. Play board games

75. Put food out for the birds

76. Visit a nature reserve

77. Go bird watching

78. Visit a museum

79. Go for brunch

80. Make Halloween cupcakes

81. Make an rhubarb and apple crumble

82. Build an outdoor fort

83. Paint pebbles and stones

84. Write an autumn poem

85. Visit a vineyard or micro-brewery

86. Try a new pumpkin recipe

87. Start a bullet journal

88. Climb a tree

89. Go to a petting zoo

90. Go horseback riding

These are some fun fall activities you can do as a family with your children. 

What autumn activities do you have on your fall bucket list? I’d love to hear in the comments.



32 thoughts on “90 Activities To Have On Your Autumn Bucket List

  1. I love all the goals you’ve mentioned here! I’ve just uploaded an Autumn bucket list over on my blog if you’d like a read,

    Chlo x chlolauren.com

  2. I am looking forward to pumpkin pie and pumpkin muffins. I also can’t wait to go hiking when the leaves change colors.

  3. Yay for big scarves and cosy jumpers! Scrapbooking, hot choc, films, and candles sounds like the most perfect day to me. I always love early evening bubble baths and getting all cosy in my pjs and watching TV (then again I do that all year round, ha ha!). Good luck with your Autumn bucket list Lauren, I’d love to give pumpkin carving a try and I can’t wait to go out on a walk and take some cute Autumnal photos too. Thank you for sharing lovely! <3 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

  4. Yes to hot chocolates! They’re my favourite drink this time of year. I’m also hoping to do some Autumn themed baking and to get to a pumpkin patch!

  5. This looks like such a fun list – definitely yes to hot chocolate, candles and toffee apples! Good luck with your list, I look forward to hearing more about how you tick them off during the rest of October 🙂 xx

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

  6. I definitely want to have a go at roasting chestnuts — they always smell so good and I want to give them a try. This list is great (I’m going to be adding quite a few to my own list). I’ve not done any knitting for a while so thanks for the reminder!

  7. Such a great list of activities.

    We’ve done some of them, but I still have a lot more I want to tick off.

    Visited the pumpkin patch Friday and carving them today.

    Love the den one best. We’ve made a lot of them with our little one already.

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