Top 5 Fall Date Ideas for under 20$ | Rose Rundown
Check out Russell Orchards in Ipswich, Massachusetts for apple picking with a hayride. 20$ for a 10lb bag of apples! OR just walk around and see horses and go for a walk. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday they have 5$ fruit wine tasting and after you can pick up some delicious cider and donuts!
Have a romantic fall starry night at Gilliland Observatory at the Museum of Science for FREE on Fridays 8:30 to 10 p.m. Between 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. each Friday, weather-permitting. On clear nights, you can view stars, planets, the Moon, and other astronomical phenomena. On cloudy nights, tour the inside of the Observatory, and participate in astronomy-related activities. This program does not run on nights when the weather is inclement. For more details, and to find out if Astronomy After Hours is running on a given Friday, call their hotline, 617-589-0267. They update each Friday by 5:30pm with the evening’s plans. Bring some hot cider from Russell Orchards to keep warm on the colder nights.
The big hype in October in Salem is lantern tours and while these are very fun they are quite crowded. Do something a big outside the norm and take a tour of the Salem Tunnels instead with a much smaller, intimate group. Conspiracy abounds in this historic tour that dates back to the days of the founding fathers. Discover the secrets of the spiderweb of tunnels built beneath the city (and worked into the above-ground architecture) that aided the rich and influential in moving goods through Salem undetected. See the buildings used to enter the tunnels & hear stories of their history & hauntings and you’ll also get to peer inside the tunnels themselves.
The Shining will be shown on the big screen. Click HERE to see it at a theater near you. Some theaters are showing it on Sunday October 23rd and/or Wednesday, October 26th! And yes depending on the theater it MAY be a few dollars over 20 but it’s totally worth it!