With temperatures dropping and decorations going up, there’s no better time than now to begin celebrating the fall season in Baton Rouge. From pumpkin patches to corn mazes to hayrides and more, we’ve compiled a list of activities for you to check off your fall bucket list. They’re only available for a limited time, so make sure you start exploring these activities today!

 

Fall Activities Map

 

Fall Activities in Baton Rouge

 

LSU AgCenter Corn Maze at Burden

Burden Museum & Gardens
560 Essen Lane
 
In addition to its Insta-worthy sunflower patch, the LSU AgCenter’s Burden Museum & Gardens celebrates the season every Saturday in October with a corn maze, pumpkin patch and hayrides. 

 

 

Jefferson United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch 

10328 Jefferson Highway
(Back of Parking Lot)
 
For those looking to have some family fun, the Jefferson United Methodist Church hosts a pumpkin patch every year! As one of the church’s biggest fundraising projects, this pumpkin patch helps to fund many local missions and even their youth mission trips. Visit this pumpkin patch throughout the month of October to help make a difference and to have fun while doing it!

 

 

13th Gate Haunted House

832 St. Philip Street

Open since 2002, Louisiana’s “Ultimate Haunted House,” The 13th Gate, continues to attract both locals and visitors from all over for a night of fright! Rated as one of the top haunted houses in the United States, this attraction is sure to make you scream and have you walking away with goosebumps. You can book your visit to this ultimate haunted house here.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Baton Rouge Coffee Shops with Must-Try Fall Flavors

While you’re out and about enjoying these fall attractions, any coffee lover will want to stop for fuel. Be sure to check out the coffee shops below to experience the flavors of fall in the perfect brew made just for you. 

 

Fall Activities Beyond Baton Rouge

From the more light-hearted attractions to the spooky ones, Baton Rouge and Southeast Louisiana have something for everyone to take part in this season. Start celebrating fall in the Capital City and beyond today, and take us along with you when you use the tag #ExploreBatonRouge