Bash & Co. Sotheby’s International Realty: Where to find fall fun in Kansas City

Did you know that Kansas City was named one of the “15 Best American Cities for Viewing Autumn Foliage”?

The beautiful season of autumn is upon us! The leaves are turning, and the temperatures are trending downward. To make the most of fall in Kansas City, I have put together a list of three of my favorite hometown things to do – perfect for the whole family!

Louisburg Cider Mill
One of the most treasured spots in the area is the Louisburg Cider Mill. A short 30-minute drive from most parts of the metro, this amazing spot is in a league of its own. It started as a roadside apple cider stand in 1977 and is now a premier attraction for folks from all over the region and beyond. Whether it is fabulous music, culinary delights or fall activities of every kind, this is one destination you can’t miss. This Saturday is Zombie Forest Night – where you can venture into their famed corn maze with a flashlight while dodging some thrills and chills! There are new activities throughout the season so make sure that you check the calendar on their website to see the latest and greatest event schedule. An important note: masks are recommended for unvaccinated guests! Learn more here.