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4 Fun Fall Things To Do in Spring Hill, KS

4 Fun Fall Things To Do In Spring Hill, KS

We absolutely love the fall season here at Bull Creek Distillery and enjoy taking part everything that our town has to offer. The weather is getting chillier, and that means you will need new fun things to do indoors and out throughout the autumn season. Here are our favorite fall things to do in Spring Hill, KS.

1. Visit the Pumpkin Patch

Visiting a pumpkin patch is a classic fall activity. Nothing says fall like heading out to the Spring Hill Pumpkin Patch with a warm cup of cider and hunting for the perfect pumpkin. People seem to think that pumpkin patches are just for parents and their kids, but we think that they make a perfect fall date spot for couples without children! Bonus: You can buy a jug of apple cider and add whiskey to make a delicious fall cocktail!

2. Go to an Escape Room

If you haven’t been to an escape room yet, we highly suggest you go check out Escape House Spring Hill. Escape rooms have grown in popularity over the last few years, and for good reason-they are extremely fun. How an escape room works is you are briefed on a mystery that needs to be solved, and a series of clues manifest as you move through the room. Grab a few of your friends that love mysteries and make an appointment with Escape House Spring Hill. We promise you will not regret it. After, come and see us for a couple of drinks and a Philly cheesesteak!

3. Check Out Live Local Music by the Fire

We know you have been looking for an excuse to break out that big cozy sweater, so why not throw it on and come visit our patio to enjoy some live local music? What is better on a chilly fall night than sitting out by a fire with friends and enjoying some live jams? If the fire doesn’t keep you warm enough, we will have our delicious whiskey waiting for you at the bar.

4. Visit the Ensor Park and Museum

If you are a history buff, it is worth the time to pay Saturday or Sunday visit to Ensor Park and Museum. When visiting, you will enjoy a tour of the two-story house built in the late 1800s and an even older peg barn full of special Ensor archives. You will get to see several antique farm buildings and countless implements that were used on this historic farm more than 100 years ago. If farming isn’t your thing, the tour also includes a discussion about the early days of radio and a look at antique radio equipment. This extremely educational tour is great for all ages, but keep in mind the Ensor Park and Museum is only open 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday through the end of October.

Remember that after a fun fall day you need to refuel and we have the grub for you. Stop by Bull Creek Distillery after your fall adventures for a tasty meal and delicious drinks!

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