Ontario's Epic 🎃 Pumpkinferno 🎃 Is Officially Coming Back This Fall

Tickets are officially on sale!
Ontario Associate Editor
Pumpkinferno : Un festival de citrouilles illuminées à 1h30 de Montréal

You can travel to pumpkin heaven at this luminous village. A popular attraction is getting ready to unveil its massive pumpkin display, and you can see thousands of glowing jack-o-lanterns as they light up the night. Ontario's Pumpkinferno has just announced that it will be reopening this month, so it's time to book a ticket to pumpkin paradise.

If you're even a little obsessed with the harvest season, then this spot is a must-visit.

Every year, the historic Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg transforms into a glowing Halloween town.

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Pumpkinferno is set to open September 25 and run until the spookiest night of the year, October 31.

The village is brought to life with over 7,000 illuminated, handcrafted pumpkins.

The 40-minute walk will take you on a mystical journey through colourful installations and glowing trails. You will feel like you've entered a whole other world. 

Wander through the Enchanted Forest for an extra magical experience, and take a groovy trip back in time at the Psychedelic Sixties exhibit.

Brave souls can dare to enter the Dragon's Lantern Lair and peek at the Mesozoic Monsters. 

Other must-see exhibits include an arctic wonderland filled with polar bears, snowflakes, and more, all carved from white pumpkins.

This year, the attraction will be open seven nights a week, and visitors must purchase date and time-specific tickets. 

Admission is $16 per person plus tax, and tickets are already on sale. Face masks are mandatory in indoor spaces.

Another pumpkin extravaganza is happening near Toronto this fall, and you can drive through a sea of shining orange sculptures and carvings.

Immerse yourself in this magical village that will make all your pumpkin-iest dreams come true.


Price: $16 + tax per person

When: September 25 to October 31, 2020

Address: 13740 County Rd. 2, Morrisburg, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore an illuminated village filled with over 7,000 carved pumpkins.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

Madeline Forsyth
Ontario Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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