If you’re spending the season in Medicine Hat, here are ways you can fully enjoy fall!
Fall has arrived in Medicine Hat. The trees are no longer green, just orange, yellow, and red. And roads, sidewalks, and front lawns are filled with comforting colours once again. If you’re spending the season in Medicine Hat, here are ways you can fully enjoy fall!
There are mountains of pumpkins at this local market on South Railway Street! All locally sourced and all perfect for carving, with seeds to bake and filling to turn into pumpkin puree. Go inside the market, and you’ll find even more fresh local produce to take home and add to your soups!
The Brooks Corn Maze is the closest attraction of its kind to Medicine Hat, located just an hour away. You can pick your very own pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, fish in the magnetic pond, mini golf, hop on a train ride, and pet the farm animals!
Directions: South of the City of Brooks. Take 7th Street East South, cross the CPR train track, turn left (East) on Industrial Road, in a 300 meters drive through the gate.
Heading West on Highway 3, Molnar’s Pumpkin Festival is just past Taber and a perfect spot for some pumpkin picking festivities! Molnar’s also has a mini corn maze, pony rides, bouncy house, and wagon rides.
Directions: Barnwell Range Road 173, Barnwell, AL T0K 0B0.
At the very front, you'll be greeted by the cutest little pumpkin patch. Big or small, all pumpkin sales go to the Make a Wish foundation!
Snug inside this market full of Alberta-made home decor and local produce, a magical, rustic pumpkin patch lives near the back beside Sweet Stems Flower Shop. Located along Highway 3, make sure to stop at their cafe and grab a hot cup of coffee when searching for your perfect pumpkins!
The Deep Dark uses domestic doorways as an entry point, inviting you to move through ghostly architecture. As you pass through each frame, you are blinded by intense white light that overexposes your eyes. The Deep Dark is light by which the darkness grows darker and disillusions the night!
Canine Reflections will host their annual family-friendly haunted house again this year on October 28, 29, 30, and 31, 2022 from 6p.m-1a.m. All cash donations will go to local charities in the city!
Suntaira’s Growers Inc. greenhouse will be transformed into a spooky family-friendly haunted house on Thursday, October 18, 2022. Tickets can be purchased to beat the line, and all proceeds will go to the Redcliff Youth Centre.
This terrifying haunted house is hosted in the basement of a building that was built in 1906, now known as The Silver Buckle. For the first time ever, kids can tour this scary haunted house on October 22, 23, 29, and 30 from 2-4p.m. Adults can be spooked on October 21, 22, 18, 19, and 30 from 7-10p.m. Admission is $10 or $8 with food donation. All proceeds will go to the Root Cellar.
Made with the quality balsamics featured in the tasting room, The Hat’s Olive Tap’s house-made ciders are a nourishing way to stay warm as the leaves start the fall and the cool breeze blows!
The sun is setting sooner, and the end of the day can be joined by a drink complimented with Grit City Distillery’s Pumpkin Spice Cream Liquer!
Whether your flavour of choice is pumpkin spice, brown sugar, or apple cinnamon, the coffee shops in Medicine Hat always create warm drinks that taste like the changing seasons!
Medicine Hat Brewing Company has whipped up a delicious beer they’ll feature all month long in celebration of the one-time event, Oktoberfest, happening on October 22, 2022!