Fall in Charlottesville-What to do and Where to go!

September 17, 2016  

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year with the leaves changing and cooler temperatures. Most people who have had the opportunity to experience fall in Charlottesville will be the first to tell you it's hard to beat it's beauty. There are so many fun and family friendly ways to get out and enjoy the beauty of the city while experiencing what it has to offer.
Here are just a few:

Music, Food and Beer
September 23 &24
Lee Park

Parade of Homes
Saturday and Sunday
October 1,2, 8 and 9
noon-5pm each day
Tour new construction homes in and around Charlottesville.

Top of the Hops Beer Festival
Craft beer sampling from around the world. Mixed with great food and music.
November 5,2016
Sprint Pavilion -Historic downtown mall

University of Virginia Football
Pick your tailgate spot and cheer the Hoos on to victory!
Home Games:
Central Michigan (Sept. 24)
Pitt (Oct. 15)
North Carolina (Oct. 22)
Louisville (Oct. 29)
Miami (Nov. 12).

Carter Mountain Orchard
Hayrides, apple picking, Apple butter, pumpkin patch and infamous Apple donuts mixed with amazing mountain top views overlooking Charlottesville.

Charlottesville City Market
Set time aside on Saturday mornings to stroll through Charlottesville city market.
" City Market offers fresh produce, herbs, plants, grass fed meats, crafts, and baked goods from local vendors every Saturday, April - December. The market features over 100 vendors every Saturday morning. " for more info visit their website:

Liberty Mills Farm
Fun for the whole family with a corn maze!

Michie Tavern
Enjoy history, views and incredible fried chicken!

Numerous vineyards and distilleries within short driving distance that offer great wine, drinks, food, amazing views and atmosphere.

Photo credit- Experience Charlottesville Facebook Page