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See you next year!
Award-winning Pumpkinferno is returning this fall for its 11th season, where Upper Canada Village is reviving some of its most popular exhibits plus showcasing 7 brand new themes – the most in any show since its inaugural year!
Take a tour through this spectacular outdoor art exhibit of over 7,000 hand-carved pumpkins all lit at night along a kilometre long path in a picturesque 19th-century backdrop. Open nightly from late September through October, you won’t want to miss this chance to walk in a world of pumpkins.
Pumpkinferno is a family event, and all are welcome.
Located at 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario
Open 7 nights a week fom Friday, September 30 to Sunday, October 30, 2022
Parking is available at no charge onsite.
This event primarily takes place outdoors. Please dress according to the weather.
The Pumpkinferno experience is approximately 40 minutes.
Only service animals are permitted.
No, Pumpkinferno gets a refresh every year! Our creative team and partners work diligently through the spring and summer months to ensure Pumpkinferno is filled with fan favourites and exhibits for all.
The Village will be offering Accessibility Nights on October 11, 18 and 25, 2022.
Guests or groups with limited mobility or sensory processing issues can ride in the comfort of their own vehicles to view Pumpkinferno.
The Pumpkinferno tour is designed along an open route that will ensure you enjoy ample viewing space of the exhibits throughout your tour. The experience takes place outdoors and is designed to accommodate mobility aids such as wheelchairs (though can be affected by weather conditions).
Note: Starting October 17th you must have 6:30pm entry tickets for early dinner reservations.
Yes, the Village Store will be open and will be accessible upon the exit of the event.
The carved pumpkins you will see at Pumpkinferno are realistic, artificial pumpkins, whose forms have been shaped from molds of real pumpkins.
The pumpkins have been designed and carved by a talented group of young artists from the Eastern Ontario region. These designers and carvers were selected based on their penchant for design, whether in their field of study or as a personal hobby. They embark on this monumental project every spring, designing, carving, and constructing the amazing array of pumpkin-carved installations you will discover on your tour. Each spring through summer, a group of new and returning designer/carvers create all that you will see that is new and vibrant, added to our collection of amazing exhibits at Pumpkinferno!
Guests are encouraged to self-assess their health and encouraged to not visit our attractions if there is any possibility that they may have contracted or have come into contact with COVID-19.