Fall is here! Don't miss out on these fun Fall activities around Metro Detroit!
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Get a yummy latte
Sip on one of Detroit's best latte's at Astro Coffee on Michigan Avenue. Photo via @astrocoffee in Instagram
Carve a pumpkin
Bonus points to you if it's Detroit themed! Photo via http://detroit.tigers.mlb.com/
Visit a Haunted house
Michigan is home to one of the best haunts in the country, Erebus. If you make it through, you may even get a free t-shirt! Photo via www.hauntedpontiac.com
Go to a fall festival
What goes better with fall than a nice craft beer? The 8th annual Detroit Beer Festival is happening October 21st-22nd.
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Get some pie
Detroit is home to the famous Achatz Pie Co. Achats has over 25 different kinds of pie, whether fruit-filled, cream, or savory; Achatz has a pie for you. Photo via www.achatzpies.com
Try to escape
We have all heard about escape rooms but this metro detroit native attraction, Hush, will have you racking your brain for 45 minutes in teams of 8. Will you survive? Photo via hushhauntedattractions.com
Take a fall colors tour
Fall foliage is one of the prettiest things about fall. The reds, oranges, and yellows that paint the trees are a sight to be seen. This one is a bit of a hike out to downtown Tecumseh but the view you see on this railroad adventure is oh-so worth it. The train runs about two hours with a stop for complimentary Kapnick's Cider Mill cider and donuts.
Photo via southernmichiganrailroad.com
Watch some football
It wouldn't be fall without some football. So whether you're cheering on he Loins or your favorite highschool team, get out there and give your best hurrah! Photo via www.detroitlions.com
Go on a Haunted Hayride
Hayrides are fun, but haunted ones are better. Take a seat on this Hayride of the Lost and receive free cider and doughnuts for your bravery! Photo by Bryan Mitchell/Special to The Detroit News
Visit a cider mill
Of course it wouldn't really be fall if you didn't go to a cider mill. Fresh doughnuts, apple picking, pumpkin patches, the list goes on. Photo via Instagram