October is one of the best months in Denver as the weather is cool but not frigid and the days are usually perfect for an outdoor adventure. From staying in on the chilly nights watching the Denver Film Festival to outdoor pumpkin picking on the farm, have we got a list of cool things for you to do!
Want to tour one of the oldest, and most beautiful, homes in Denver? Located in the Highlands, The Bosler House was built in 1875 and you can buy tickets for a virtual tour through Doors Open Denver… https://www.eventbrite.com/e/doors-open-denver-bosler-house-tickets-118237590817?aff=erelpanelorg
The 43rd annual Denver Film Festival has gone digital! You can check out the extraordinary entries in the comfort of your own home… https://www.denverfilm.org/dff43/
Looking to make a family of black cats out of pumpkins or installing a family of dancing ghosts in your front yard? Check out this fantastic list of DIY outdoor Halloween decorations… https://homebnc.com/best-diy-halloween-outdoor-decorations/
Sometimes you just need to go to a dusty field and choose your own pumpkin. For a pumpkin patch 30 minutes south of Denver … https://www.coloradopumpkinpatch.net/
And for a pumpkin patch north of the Denver metro area… http://www.mazzottifarms.com/harvest_activities/pumpkin_patch.html
A spooky walk through the Botanic Gardens for “Ghosts in the Gardens” is sure to get your Halloween spirit in gear… https://catalog.botanicgardens.org/DateSelection.aspx?item=3956