Fall’s Harvest Festival
There are huge amounts of Pumpkins ready for harvest. This fall season, Colorado Springs celebrates the season with lots of festivities and fun activities! Every festival features different entertainment and highlights that are open to everyone. Join the locals of Colorado Springs in celebrating the fall season!
Western Museum of Mining and Industry
The rich mining history of Colorado and the American West has been preserved within the Western Museum of Mining and Industry since 1970. The museum holds events and exhibits that promote the culture and history of Colorado. Visitors can also learn a lot from their Blacksmith Demo Shop where they teach about blacksmithing and how it helps the mining industry.
Reynolds Ranch House Harvest Festival
Reynolds Ranch House is located within the Museum Grounds of the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. During the period of the 3rd and 4th of October, Reynolds Ranch House welcomes everyone to their ranch house for a totally fun celebration of the Fall season and a good harvest. Admission to this event is only $7.50 per person and free of charge for children aged 3 years old and below.
Pumpkins are known for being nutritious and rich in vitamins. One of the event’s highlights is the Pumpkin Patch where everyone can harvest their own pumpkins. This will cost $5.00 per harvested pumpkin. Enjoy playing outdoor games with your friends and take a picture at the photo station. Food trucks and live entertainment will be present to grace the event. Other activities such as Outdoor Machinery demonstrations and Tractor-pulled Hay Ride will add to the extremely fun activities at the festival.