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Top Attractions in Indianapolis in the Fall

Make sure to check out these top attractions in Indianapolis this fall!

Whether you enjoy peeping at the fall colors, getting an good scare at a haunted house or meandering through pumpkin patches and apple orchards, there is so much to do near your downtown Indianapolis Apartment. Make sure to check out the following attractions and soak up the last days of fall.

Clifty Falls State Park – Madison, IN

Enjoy over 12 miles of trails and 4 waterfalls at Clifty State Park this fall. Not only do the leaves take on the fiery hues of fall, but the waterfalls change with the fluctuating temperatures. If you look closely around the riverbeds, you can still see remnants of a once diverse marine ecosystem that included corals, squids and more. Spend the whole day at the park and take in a warm fall day, or just an afternoon and watch the sunset among the lush trees. Visit their website for more information on parking. 

Adrian Orchards – Indianapolis, IN

Adrian Orchards has served the greater Indianapolis community for over 90 years and is in it’s 3rd generation of family ownership. The experts at Adrian Orchard share their vast knowledge of apple varieties with visitors as they pick their fruit. After you’re done picking apples, visit the small store that is on the premises and stock up on fall favorites such as apple butter, apple cider and jams and jellies. 

Spencer Farm - Noblesville, IN

For a true taste of Indiana, be sure to visit Spencer farm in Noblesville. This family run farm started out as a “you-pick” berry stand and has expanded into so much more. Though you can still pick your own berries, they have added pumpkins and chrysanthemums to the crops. The farm market sells already picked fruit as well as homemade fudge, pies, artisan quilts, hand dipped ice cream and so much more. As an added bonus, visit their bonus and reserve a fresh baked pie that is made from fruit straight from the fields. Spencer Farm offers a one-of-a-kind “farm to table” experience. 

The Thirteenth Hour – Indianapolis, IN

When the Thirteenth Hour first opened 14 years ago, it was a charity haunted attraction that raised money for local community organizations. Since then, it has evolved into a fall destination in Indianapolis. Unlike similar walkthrough haunted attractions, The Thirteenth Hour is a truly immersive theatrical experience with a carefully crafted storyline. Visit the Thirteenth Hour Haunted House if you dare!

The Haunted Angelus – Indianapolis, IN

This year, The Haunted Angelus House features three attractions, including an “In Your Face 3D Haunt”. All proceeds of The Haunted Angelus go to The Angelus, which is a group home that houses individuals with cerebral palsy. 

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Sep 30