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Whether you live in a luxury apartment on Hertel Avenue or in a single-family rental in Williamsville, you will find yourself surrounded by more than enough fall festivities to take part in. There are many fall activities in Western New York you can take part in right in your own neighborhood during the spooky season this year. With the world slowly shifting toward some sort of normalcy, stores, breweries and event centers are planning exciting activities you won’t want to miss out on. 

Murder Mysteries

There is probably a murder mystery event happening near your residence this fall! Murder mysteries are one of the most populary fall activities in Buffalo and are only growing in popularity as the world opens up. Between dinner mysteries and double-decker bus mysteries, you won’t want to miss out on one of the trendiest fall things to do in Buffalo. Below are some murder mysteries you will want to check out. One—or more—are probably scheduled to take place in your neighborhood:

Haunted Food Truck Rodeo

A free event with good food in a spooky atmosphere? You simply cannot go wrong with a visit to the Haunted Food Truck Rodeo this fall in Buffalo. Taking place at the Iron Island Museum, this event will have a variety of Western New York’s beloved food trucks stationed with an even larger variety of food to choose from. Buffalo is known for its assortment of food trucks and the delicious food and drinks that go with them. Adding this Buffalo favorite to your list of fall activities will only make your spooky season better.

Purrfect Cat Cafe

Hertel Avenue is one of Buffalo’s favorite go-to locations for food, drink, and entertainment—especially in the fall. Purrfect Cafe and Gallery on Hertel Avenue has a list of unique Buffalo fall activities for both the entire family and adults. This space is the purrfect mix of coffee shop, art gallery, event hub, and cat adoption center within walking distance to other popular attractions (and maybe even your house or apartment)! Schedule a visit to Purrfect Cafe this fall and add one of their fall activities to your fall to do list: 

The Merry Shelley

Did you know that Buffalo is home to one of the only literary-themed horror bars in the country? In fact, it’s another one of Hertel Avenue’s go-to spots right around the corner from The Cornelius Luxury Apartments.This small bar and outside patio is home to a wide selection of horror-themed books you can borrow and bring home with you as well as unique meads, craft beers, and wines you won’t find anywhere else. With a dark, spooky interior decorated with crows, spider webs, vintage furniture, skeletons and coffins filled with books, walking down to The Merry Shelley needs to be on your Buffalo bucket-list this fall.