Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend {September 25-27}

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend in Cincinnati, we’ve got you covered! This weekend has turned out to have a nice selection of events to choose from. Check out the list below and go have some fun this weekend!

Sunflower fields at Blooms and Berries

Sunflowers are going to be blooming at multiple farms in the next few weeks. Blooms and Berries crop is just getting started, McGlasson is currently in bloom, and Gorman Heritage Farm’s crop is just around the corner. Check out our list of Sunflower Farms for details.


Friday, September 25:

Great Outdoor Weekend wraps up this weekend. This year, in light of COVID-19, they have expanded the event to 9 days and will be sharing a variety of activities that you can do on your own, in addition to a limited number of in-person masked and socially distanced events. {details}

Head to SW Indiana for the Lawrenceburg Fall Music Fest, “Getting Back to Basics”. Enjoy live music from multiple bands, a beer garden, food trucks. Friday’s fun starts at 5pm. {details}


Saturday, September 26:

Don’t miss our list of all the local fall festivals happening all over the Cincinnati area.

Great Outdoor Weekend wraps up this weekend. This year, in light of COVID-19, they have expanded the event to 9 days and will be sharing a variety of activities that you can do on your own, in addition to a limited number of in-person masked and socially distanced events. {details}

It’s Pony Weekend at Fall on the Farm / Blooms and Berries. Wander through their 5-acre corn maze (“Knights and Dragons and Pumpkin Pie” themed) and punch your score card at each station. Take a socially distanced hayride out to pick a pumpkin. Adults can enjoy a beer or glass of wine (and even watch the game) on the weekends at the new Beer Garden. Kids will love the GIANT pumpkin bounce pad. There’s more fun with farm animals, duck races, and much more. {details}

Join seasoned bird leaders for a Bird Walk at the Cincinnati Nature Center, 8-9:30am. Hit the trails to observe year-round species and birds who are just passing through. Dress to be outdoors and bring your binoculars. Members free; nonmembers $9. {details}

It’s time for the 18th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair, Sept 26 and 27. This juried show brings together more than 50 artists who sell their handmade creations throughout the weekend. The artist booths are set amongst the monumental modern and contemporary sculptures that dot our gorgeous grounds and the festival also feature live music, family activities food and a beer garden near our Grand Pavilion. Admission: $10 per car load; $15 two day pass. All attendees, volunteers, and vendors will be required to wear a mask while at the Art & Music Festival. They will also limit the capacity of the park to 400 guests. {details}

Country Applefest (Sept. 26-27) is currently scheduled to happen at the Warren County Fairgrounds. {details}

Feast and Fall-y Festival is happening in downtown Lebanon. Lots of food vendors, street performers, craft, clothing, home goods and lots of other goodies. 10AM-7PM on Mulberry Plaza. {details}

Ruffles and Rust Expo Fall Show will be at the Butler County Fairgrounds, Saturday September 26 9am-4pm & Sunday September 27 10am-3pm. {details}

Head to SW Indiana for the Lawrenceburg Fall Music Fest, “Getting Back to Basics”. Enjoy live music from multiple bands, a car show, the beer garden, food trucks. Saturday’s fun starts at 10am. {details}


Sunday, September 27:

Don’t miss our list of all the local fall festivals happening all over the Cincinnati area.

Great Outdoor Weekend wraps up this weekend. This year, in light of COVID-19, they have expanded the event to 9 days and will be sharing a variety of activities that you can do on your own, in addition to a limited number of in-person masked and socially distanced events. {details}

It’s Pony Weekend at Fall on the Farm / Blooms and Berries. Wander through their 5-acre corn maze (“Knights and Dragons and Pumpkin Pie” themed) and punch your score card at each station. Take a socially distanced hayride out to pick a pumpkin. Adults can enjoy a beer or glass of wine (and even watch the game) on the weekends at the new Beer Garden. Kids will love the GIANT pumpkin bounce pad. There’s more fun with farm animals, duck races, and much more. {details}

It’s time for the 18th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair, Sept 26 and 27. This juried show brings together more than 50 artists who sell their handmade creations throughout the weekend. The artist booths are set amongst the monumental modern and contemporary sculptures that dot our gorgeous grounds and the festival also feature live music, family activities food and a beer garden near our Grand Pavilion. Admission: $10 per car load; $15 two day pass. All attendees, volunteers, and vendors will be required to wear a mask while at the Art & Music Festival. They will also limit the capacity of the park to 400 guests. {details}

Country Applefest (Sept. 26-27) is currently scheduled to happen at the Warren County Fairgrounds. {details}

It’s time for the 4th Annual Dog Swim at Zieglar Pool. Your best friend can cool off and play with other dogs. Registration in advance is required NO WALK-UP SALES. Two sessions available: Session 1- 6-6:45pm, Session 2- 7-7:45pm. {details}

Ruffles and Rust Expo Fall Show will be at the Butler County Fairgrounds, Saturday September 26 9am-4pm & Sunday September 27 10am-3pm. {details}


Ongoing Events:

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will honor Hometown Heroes who protect our community by offering them free admission for the ENTIRE month of September (2020)!

Plum Gorgeous is the fall show at The Krohn Conservatory, Sept. 5 – Oct. 25 (closed on Mondays)


All events were accurate at the time of this posting but things do happen and events do occasionally get canceled or postponed. You should always double check with the event source before you head out the door. Links for each event are provided so that you can be sure the date is still accurate before you head out.

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