Picture-perfect autumn fun at Harbor Fall Festival

Published on: October 24, 2022 3:23 PM EDT|Updated on: October 24, 2022 4:40 PM EDT

Children enjoy one of the many rides and attractions at the Harbor Harvest Festival. The event was located in the Inner Harbor, right next to the newly constructed Rash Field Park.

Autumn is here, and with it came the return of the 15th annual Harbor Harvest Children’s Fall Festival.

The Waterfront Partnership brought a taste of farm life to the Inner Harbor with pony rides, pumpkins and arts and crafts.

The free festival included a pumpkin patch with hundreds of pumpkins for picking, a petting zoo with various farm animals, a large hay maze, a family-friendly movie screening, arts and crafts stations, local food trucks, amusement rides and live entertainment from stilt walkers.

Admission to the festival was free but some of the activities were ticketed, including a trackless train ride, pony rides, face painting and carnival rides.

Emamda Tesfa (6) in pink and Meheret Yosias (4) in yellow take a photo in their freshly applied face paint.
Stilt Walker Danielle Spalding, (39), poses for a photo at the Harbor Harvest Festival in Downtown Baltimore.
The Steven's family enjoying time together at the Harbor Harvest Festival in the Inner Harbor. With the Inner Harbor as a backdrop for this family-friendly event, children can run through a pumpkin patch filled with rows of pumpkins, get lost in a hay maze, and for a small fee, ride a pony, and pet zoo animals.
Baltimores beloved fashionistas also came out to experience the family-friendly Harbor Harvest Festival.
From left, Lottie Cunningham (3.5), and Maddox Carter (3) attempt to keep one another company as they play with the sidewalk chalk, courtesy of the Harbor Harvest Festival.
Children play Pat-A-Cake, while waiting in line for one of the many rides and attractions at the Harbor Harvest Festival. The event was located in the Inner Harbor, right next to the newly constructed Rash Field Park.
Mom and Daughter pose for a quick photo, while playing in the sand at the Harbor Harvest Festival.
At the Harbor Harvest  Festival two children pose for their parents at this pop-up pumpkin patch in the Inner Harbor. In true kid fashion, this young Ravens fan was much more excited about posing in his shirt, than with any pumpkin.
A young family takes a break from the Harbor Harvest Festival to enjoy a picnic. The festival will coincide with the one-year anniversary of the opening of Rash Field Park.