Take Your Family on the Self-Guided Simsbury Fall Foliage Tour

November 2, 2017 | trioonline

There's nothing quite like New England in the autumn. As the vibrant green leaves of summer transition to shades of fiery red, yellow, and orange, the entire region undergoes one massive transformation, welcoming a season of slightly chillier temperatures before winter roars in. Experience the beautiful calm before the storm on the self-guided Simsbury Fall Foliage Tour.

Load your family into the car and embark on this 13-mile driving tour any time before the first snowfall. It starts at Rosedale Farm on East Weatogue Street, whose idyllic red barn is surrounded by color-shifting trees. From the barn, you'll meander down historic East Weatogue Street, which takes you through some sections of Simsbury that have been around for centuries—including their homes and barns. Then you'll drive through Simsbury's tobacco fields, the eastern ridge of West Mountain, and other stunning sights in Simsbury.

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