Texas is magnificent in all its glory, but wouldn't it be nice to visit somewhere that actually had all four seasons? Wouldn't it be nice to experience fall for once? Here are five places you can visit from Texas for under $300 that do autumn right.\nEugene, Oregon\nView this post on Instagram @neohumanity - "I spent over an hour shooting this image: working on composition, waiting for the light, modeling, making those tree leaves falling! Total 7 images edited on Lightroom and blended on Photoshop!" A post shared by UNREAL DESTINATIONS (@unreal_destinations) on Oct 29, 2017 at 2:44pm PDT\nTicket price: $228 roundtrip from DFW\nWhy you should go: There is an abundance of scenic spots and leafy pathways here in Oregon from Mount Pisgah to Skinner Butte Park. And it feels like fall.\nRichmond, Virginia\nView this post on Instagram Mountains for miles 😍 #GoShenandoah #MountainMonday . (📷: @andrewgphotos) A post shared by Shenandoah NP Lodging (@goshenandoah) on Jul 8, 2019 at 7:50am PDT\nTicket price: $106 roundtrip from Houston\nWhy you should go: The location of Richmond allows for easy day trips to the most beautiful places in the state. From Virginia Beach to Shenandoah National Park, there are tons of places to watch the leaves change color.\nBoston, Massachusetts\nView this post on Instagram Can you spot #BostonUSA on the horizon? 👀 📸 @jesscdy A post shared by Boston Convn & Visitors Bureau (@visitboston) on Oct 17, 2018 at 1:32pm PDT\nTicket price: $183 roundtrip from Houston\nWhy you should go: Boston lights up in an array of stunning colors in the fall and has several exciting autumn festivals that you just can't miss.\nMiami, Florida\nView this post on Instagram New client alert 🚨 We're stoked to work with #SoFlo's favorite fall festivals, @bocapumpkinpatch and @coconutgrovepumpkinpatch 🎃 More details to come | #FallFestival #PumpkinPatch A post shared by Hardcore Advertising (@hardcoreagency) on Jul 12, 2018 at 9:11am PDT\nTicket price: $109 roundtrip from Houston\nWhy you should go: Miami's beaches are a summer bucket list spot for sure, but don't rule them out in the fall either! They are a fall haven with events like the annual Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival with pumpkins galore and a corn maze.\nCharleston, South Carolina\nView this post on Instagram Getting lost in new places. #charleston A post shared by N I C H O L E (@nicholeciotti) on Dec 8, 2016 at 8:32pm PST\nTicket price: $255 roundtrip from DFW\nWhy you should go: Forbes named Charleston one of the top fall destinations to visit. With its rich history combined with unbeatable nature views during the fall, this has to be on your list.\nWith so many great places to visit, you don't have to skip one of the greatest seasons of the year this time. So pull out your autumn sweater, and plan the perfect fall break!