Best Things To Do in Houston in September 2021 With Kids
Grab your pumpkin spice lattes and let's pretend it's sweater weather, because school is back in session and fall events and activities are officially in full swing. It might still be 90 degrees, but things to do in Houston in September with kids include fall festivals and pumpkin patches and we are here for it.
For all of our festival loving friends, grab your cowboy and cowgirl boots and hats, because local favorite things to do in Houston in September, like Texas Gatorfest, the Waller County Fair and Rodeo, and the Fort Bend County Fair, are back and ready for some boot stompin' fun. And that's not all; our favorite local farms are opening back up after a short summer hiatus to regroup after berry picking season. Dewberry Farms, Froberg's Farm, and P-6 Farms are reopening their gates for fall festivals and pumpkin patches in addition to their regular farm fun. Get your cameras ready for all of those pumpkin patch photos!
We are always updating our activity calendar with even more things to do in Houston with kids, so be sure to bookmark that page for easy perusal, and our Fall Fun and Harvest Guide is packed with ideas that will keep every weekend full of fresh, fun seasonal activities. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get all the best of Mommy Poppins delivered directly to your inbox.
Places featured in this article:
Fort Anahuac Park
Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Center
Quail Valley City Centre
Waller County Fair
Fort Bend County Fair
Houston Audubon Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary
The Woodlands Mall
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
Houston Audubon Raptor and Education Center
Harvest Green Farmhouse
Miller Outdoor Theatre
Lone Star Flight Museum
The Woodlands Children's Museum
Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum
The Woodlands Children’s Museum
Primary Paint Party and Prime Art Gallery