Friday, October 25
Meander through an 18th-century landscape ablaze with more than 7,000 illuminated, hand-carved jack o’ lanterns forming amazing sculptures and settings. Tour the brand-new Museum of Pumpkin Art, where classic paintings get the gourd treatment, listen for the Headless Horseman—and watch out for swooping jack o’lantern bats. See the Pumpkin Carousel twirl and the Pumpkin Windmill whirl and step inside the Pumpkin Planetarium for a unique star show. Features synchronized lighting and an original soundtrack. Fun for all ages.
* Time slots sell out quickly, so get tickets in advance.
* First time slot is earlier as the season progresses. November dates are the earliest and least crowded.
* Cheaper admission Monday-Thursday.
* Strollers are permitted, but wide ones may not fit through more narrow passageways.
* Fall-themed food selections in the – visitor tent, courtesy of Geordane’s of Irvington, including soup, chili, donuts, pumpkin pie, and cider.