There Is A Glow-In-The-Dark Pumpkin Patch In Georgia This Month & It's Absolutely Enchanting
Play by day, glow by night.
Stone Moutain is notorious for sporting some amazing views of Georgia, but there's an even more enchanting view waiting for you at the entrance. A giant glow-in-the-dark pumpkin festival in Georgia in October is a far cry from your regular run of the mill pumpkin patch.
The Pumpkin Festival: Play By Day, Glow By Night is allowing visitors the chance to experience this pumpkin wonderland both by day and night; the most unique features of this festival, however, pop out when the sun goes down.
Your favorite childhood stories have been reimagined to incorporate giant glowing pumpkin structures and lights that will leave you in awe with their creativity. Every nursery rhyme from Jack and Jill, Itsy Bitsy Spider, and Cinderella have a new Halloween twist to fit the season.
Each themed area is home to entertainment that reminds you that Halloween season isn't all about being scary. You canduring the pie-eating contest, take a trip down the rabbit hole for the Mad Hatter's games, or cozy up to your S/O during a romantic stroll in the enchanted forest.
Even though it's still burning up outside, fall is officially here which means the festival is open. It's running from Sept. 21 to Nov. 3, so you have plenty of opportunities to dress up in your finest fall gear for all the photo ops.
You can really make an adventure out of your day by going on a Saturday through Oct. 19. If you stick around long enough, you'll encounter the laser show. You have to stick around and watch for nostalgic purposes.
If you're big on saving some bucks, come in costume. If you're sporting Halloween gear, you get up to $10 off your ticket.
If you're a fan of "spooky season" without the spooks, you can also play with baby farm animals and eat fried piein North Georgia.
When: Until Nov. 3
Address: 1000 Robert E Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Why You Need To Go: This adorable pumpkin patch glows in the dark, which is so unlike anything in Georgia this fall season.