This incredible exhibit will give you pumpkin to talk about this spooky season! Pumpkinferno is a world where jack-o-lanterns come to life under the starry sky.

This spellbinding event has gotten multiple awards and has become a beloved tradition every fall.

Located at Upper Canada Village, this after-dark tour will transport you to a realm where over 7,000 artistically designed and hand-carved pumpkins illuminate the historic landscape.

As you wander through the cobblestone streets and winding paths of Upper Canada Village, you’ll be enchanted by the mesmerizing displays of meticulously carved gourds.

“Take a stroll under the stars and marvel at the eclectic display of scenes from exotic places and historic ages, to fauna and ora, and creatures of the night,” the description says.

To keep things fresh and exciting, Pumpkinferno gets a makeover every year.

The creative minds behind this event work tirelessly during the spring and summer months to create brand-new exhibits every year.

That means every year, you can expect fresh surprises and additions to the already spectacular displays.

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And it’s not just about the jack-o-lanterns either!

Pumpkinferno has delicious harvest dining options, seasonal treats, unique shopping opportunities, and even play areas for the little ones.

Upper Canada Village itself is a historical gem. Founded in 1961, it’s one of Canada’s largest living-history sites, providing a glimpse into rural English Canadian life in 1866.

With over 40 historical buildings, including homes, working mills, and trades workshops, the village is a living relic of Canada’s heritage.

So, if you’re looking for something extra special to do this October, you can go on an enchanting journey through a pumpkin wonderland!

Pumpkinferno at Upper Canada Village

When: Until October 29th, 2023
Where: 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario
Cost: $22 per adult