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An Enchanting 'Pumpkin House' Exists & It's On A Farm In BC

We found pumpkin paradise. 🍂

You've heard about the little old lady who lived in a shoe, but have you ever heard of a pumpkin house? There's a farm near Vancouver that builds a magical place filled with gourds so adorable that you'll be begging to move in. It's definitely coming back this fall, so make sure to start planning your road trip to see it.

If you love fall colours, then you have to check out Maan Farms in Abbotsford this fall.

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Narcity confirmed that the pumpkin house will spring up again this fall. The farm has yet to announce its hours and offerings for the coming season, including its famous haunted corn maze.

At the edge of a massive field of orange, you'll find the tiny house. What it lacks in insulation and indoor plumbing, it more than makes up for in cuteness.

It is so romantic that it looks like something out of a Hallmark movie. It's not a requirement, but we've heard it definitely goes with a PSL.

Not into pumpkin spice? You can also try getting a glass of wine at the farm. They have their own estate winery on site that does tastings.

It's best to get there first thing so you can have the run of your place.

Plus, if you get there before all the kids do, then you get the farm's giant jumping pillows all to yourself and you can bounce like you're 6-years-old again without worrying about injuring any real 6-year-olds.

So put on your beanie, plaid shirt, cozy sweater — whatever screams "it's fall!" and head down to the farm to fill up on pumpkins and a ton of autumnal photo ops for your Instagram.

Can't wait to see the pumpkin house? You can drop by the farm whenever.

If you go in August or September, you can even catch their mesmerizing sunflower festival and have a picnic among the blooms.

Maan Farms Pumpkin House

Price: TBD

When: Fall hours TBD

Address: 790 McKenzie Rd., Abbotsford, BC

Why You Need To Go: Feel like you're in a fairy tale this fall and see the famous pumpkin-filled structure.