Prepare yourselves for a true Halloween experience this fall — Upper Canada Village's award-winning Pumpkinferno light festival will return next month, and it's going to be the most breathtaking one yet.

Every year, the 19th-century village is transformed into a Halloween wonderland, with over 7,000 glowing pumpkin lanterns lighting up the entire area. Each pumpkin is carved by a skilled artist and carefully placed in unique arrangements along a one-kilometre path through the historic site. As many as 5,000 people attend Pumpkinferno every year to experience the magic.

You'll come across a variety of incredible sights on your tour, including a stunning welcome bridge with multiple jack-o-lantern faces, a dragon's lair, a witches brew, a creeping vineyard, a pumpkin park of over 500 pumpkins, Canada-themed installations and so much more.

There's also a cafe on site so you can sip on some hot chocolate or cider to warm up in the chilly weather. Read the full description of exhibits here.

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This year, Pumpkinferno opens on September 28, 2018, with multiple dates available through to the end of October.

Tickets are $16 per adult and $12 per child, and can be purchased online on their website or onsite:

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