Outdoor pumpkin art exhibit in Milton gets lit this fall
Published August 18, 2021 at 8:42 pm
If you love pumpkins, this outdoor art exhibit in Milton will light you up this fall.
Canada’s “largest outdoor Halloween event,” Pumpkins After Dark features thousands of hand-carved pumpkins and live carving demonstrations, including a glowing tunnel of thousands of lit pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns.
The popular drive-thru event, located at Country Heritage Park at 8560 Tremaine Road in Milton, begins Sept. 17 and runs through to Nov. 8.
Along with glowing pumpkin sculptures, there’s plenty of other stunning pieces of pumpkin art in various sizes and themes, including dragons and sharks, that make for a great family night out.
The contactless event also features live performers and carving demonstrations. More than 7,000 hand-carved pumpkins have gone into the work and there are more than 50 sculpture scenes on site.
Tickets are expected to sell out and start at $39 for a two-person car. They can go as high as $89 for a five- to seven-person car.
Kids under three receive free admission.
Time slots available range from 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Purchase tickets by Sept. 1 and you can win a hay wagon experience that includes up to 10 guests, as well as three family-sized popcorn and beverages.
The total prize, which includes a bag of Pumpkins After Dark swag, is valued at $500.
For more information or to purchase tickets for the outdoor art exhibit, visit https://pumpkinsafterdark.com/ontario/
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