From pumpkin patches and haunted tours to live music and festivals; we have all things Fall in the Beaumont area! The ultimate “bucket list” of 20+ events from now until the end of November! 

Pumpkin Patches

Wesley United Methodist Church
3810 N Major Dr
Beaumont, Tx 77713
Daily, 9:00 am - 8:00 pm (until October 31st) 
Free 

This fun pumpkin patch benefits the youth program at the church. There are several different “photo op” areas set up for you to come and enjoy. You can also take a pumpkin home. Pumpkins range from $2 - $55. The money raised pays for scholarships for summer youth camps. 

Berryland Farm
2877 FM 1941 Rd
Winnie, Tx 77665
Weekends, 10:00 am - dark
$9

Explore the corn maze, stroll thru the pumpkin patch or climb up a huge hay stack! There’s also pumpkin bowling, corn cannon, mini pumpkin slingshot and a petting zoo. There’s also food available at the concession stand.

Pumpkin Walk & Haunted Halloween Tour - John Jay French Museum
3025 French Road
Beaumont, Tx 
October 17, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5

What’s more Halloween than a hay ride and pumpkins? Hosted by the Beaumont Heritage Society, the annual Pumpkin Walk & Haunted Halloween Tour includes a pumpkin decorating craft for the kids and a haunted tour of the historic John Jay French House. There will also be food trucks and families are encouraged to picnic on the grounds of the museum.

Kid-Friendly Fun

Scarecrow Festival - Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
October 14 - November 7
2111 W. Park Ave 
Orange, Tx 77630
$2 - $6

Did you know Shangri La hosts the largest Scarecrow Festival in Texas? Dozens of hand-crafted scarecrows are on display throughout the gardens! Each scarecrow is created by community organizations, businesses, schools and families using repurposed and recyclable materials. Scarecrow designs range from funny, cleaver, wacky and weird! Visitors are asked to vote for their favorite scarecrow!

Haunted Halloween Tour (and Heritage Happy Hour) - The Chambers House
October 22, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
2240 Calder Avenue
Beaumont, Tx 77701
Adults, $10. Children, free

Heritage Happy Hour is an on-going partnership between the Beaumont Heritage Society and Giglio Distributing Company. Each event highlights both a historical exhibit, as well as a craft beer. Wander the halls of the historic home with a one of a kind look into the past. There will be costumed actors and a DIY halloween mask station for the kids.

Dia de los Muertos - Beaumont Children's Museum
October 31, 5pm - 8pm
710 Main st
Beaumont, Tx 77701 (inside the civic center through the NORTH entrance)
$5

Face painting, trick or treating, cultural lessons on the history of Dia de los Muertos. There will be different dress up days at the museum for the week of Halloween.

Dinosaur Day - Texas Energy Museum
October 31st, 9am - 1pm
600 Main St
Beaumont, Tx 77701
Free

Dinosaur Day, put on by the Texas Energy Museum, is an educational program featuring outdoor activities where children learn about dinosaurs and how fossils are found and studied. Guests get to excavate their own dinosaur from the “fossil-pit!” Children’s take home activities include DIY Fossils, a stegosaurus hat, and making fossil replicas.

“Eat a Bug!” Family Arts Day - Art Museum of Southeast Texas
October 31st, 10am - 2pm
500 Main st. 
Beaumont, Tx 77701
Free

What could be more scary on Halloween than eating bugs?!  Children and their families are tempted to try the creepy, crawly, delicacy of fried crickets!! There will also be hands on art activities including DIY sugar skulls, face painting and refreshments.

Texas Style Cool Autumn Nites Car, Truck & Bike Show - Crockett Street Entertainment District
Oct 16-18th
200 Crockett St. 
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$20 - $25

Texas Style Cool Autumn Nites is an annual event featuring the best in cars, trucks and bikes! From classics, to muscle cars and everything in between, awards will be given in more than 50 categories.

Festivals & Live Music

India Festival 2015 - Beaumont Civic Center
October 24, 5pm
701 Main Street
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$30

Experience India, without the expensive plane ticket! The India Association of Southeast Texas celebrate the Indian culture through art, food and more.

Fall Picnic at the McFaddin-Ward House, Concert & Movie
October 15th, 5pm -- 9:30pm
1906 Calder Avenue
Beaumont, Tx 77701
Free

Pack a picnic and bring the whole family! The Port Arthur Playboys will provide the entertainment. When the live music wraps up, the movie ET will be shown! As always, this is free and open to the public.

Oktoberfest - Rogers Park
October 17, 3pm - 10pm
1455 Dowlen Road
Beaumont, Tx 77706
Free

Oktoberfest at Rogers Park will feature a live polka performance by the Royal Klobasneks, music, a large beer garden, food and fun for the entire family. There will be activities for the kids and of course, you have the playground to keep them busy!

Brass Halloween Spectacular - Rothwell Recital Hall (Lamar University)
presented by the Lamar Faculty Brass Quintet and the Omni
October 27, 7:30pm
4400 S MLKing Jr Parkway
Beaumont, Tx 77710
Free

Join the Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music at Lamar University for a fun and energetic concert featuring the LU Faculty Brass Quintet and Houston-Based Omni Brass. Each ensemble will perform traditional works and some “spooky” Halloween - themed pieces.

Possum Festival featuring Clay Walker and The Charlie Daniels Band - Ford Park Event Center
October 18th, 5pm
5115 Interstate 10 s
Beaumont, Tx 77705
$38 - $53

It’s a Charlie Daniels Band classic, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” but for this day, Charlie Daniels is all about Beaumont! The Possum Festival also includes Beaumont native Clay Walker!

Adults Only

The Monster Mash: an AMSET BASH - Art Museum of Southeast Texas
October 23, 7:30pm
500 Main st. 
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$20 - $35

Get ready for a nightmare on Main street! Join the Art Museum of Southeast Texas for a spooky & festive Halloween costume party and fundraiser! Ticket prices include dinner, drinks and entertainment. 

Classic Movie Nights - The Jefferson Theatre
“Silence of the Lambs” - October 16, 7:30pm
“The Shining” - October 23, 7:30pm
“Pink Floyd the Wall” - November 6, 7:30pm
“Evita” - November 13, 7:30pm
345 Fannin Street
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$5

The Jefferson Theatre, built in 1927, is home to the Classic Movie Night series.  Beer, Wine and other concessions will be sold.

The Haunted Hotel
weekends, October 2 - October 31st
447 Orleans
Beaumont, Tx 77710
$13

Is this place really haunted? You be the judge. You might hear the screams as you approach the building. On your visit you will most likely see things move without knowledge, shadows and even a ghost or two. (FYI, this is open through the Christmas season if you just can’t get enough at Halloween.)

Rocktoberfest - Jefferson Theatre
October 30, 6-10pm
345 Fannin Street
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$10

MegaFauna starts at 6pm on the outside stage. Cranford Hollow will play inside the Jefferson Theatre at 9pm with Rocky Horror Picture Show following at 10pm. This is an indoor/outdoor event. There will be beer, food and entertainment.

Jazz Night: Will Downing & Friends - Julie Rogers Theatre
Nov 6, 8pm
765 Pearl Street
Beaumont, Tx 77701
$45 - $60

A night of jazz featuring Will Downing & friends. If you like soulful music, then you will enjoy this concert! Will Downing travels around the country on tour and has been very successful for years! You need to hear for yourself to find out why!