If you are looking to fill some free fun in East Texas, we have found a great event to keep those kids entertained. It's a great time of year for kids to learn about this big forest we live in.

The 2020 Fall Festival was canceled, but the Texas Forestry Museum is bringing it back for 2021. This event of course has been modified from its original incarnation.

Now the Texas Forestery Museum is making this an outdoor event with games, crafts, and prizes. Make plans to be a part of it on Friday, October 15th, 2021.


All of the planned actives at the Fall Festival are free. Enjoy the fall foliage in the outdoor area with the kids.

The Texas Forestry Museum is located at 1905 Atkinson Dr. Lufkin, Texas near the loop in Lufkin.

The Texas Forestry Museum invites you and your family to Fall Festival. On Friday, October 15th from 6 – 8 pm the museum will have a photo booth, mini hayrides, and caramel apples for the whole family to enjoy. Fall-themed games for the kids like the pumpkin ring toss, pick a pop, spin-to-win wheel, and more. The event is free to the public. Photos will be taken at the event for promotional materials.


Texas Forestry Museum
Texas Forestry Museum

About: - The Texas Forestry Museum is home to the story of the forests of Texas. The complexity of the natural resource, the legacy of the industry, and the current and future role of forest management practices can be explored through three galleries, outdoor exhibits, and an Urban Wildscape Trail.


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