Hershey Gardens lights up the night with more than 200 carved, illuminated pumpkins on display throughout the Gardens' pathway at this non-scary, family-friendly, Halloween-themed event. Kids are encouraged to bring a flashlight and dress in costume. Trick-or-treaters can collect candy at eight stations along the pathway and enjoy themed jack-o-lantern displays. Live cartoon characters will also be greeting guests.
On October 25 and 26 only, celebrity pumpkin carver Danny Kissel will be onsite carving his fantastical, whimsical creations. Lebanon County Career & Technology Center students will be giving pumpkin carving demonstrations on all four nights, too!
Pumpkin Glow is a special event requiring a ticket purchase. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online at HersheyGardens.org.
Please note: The Butterfly Atrium will be closed during Pumpkin Glow.
Candy distributed at Pumpkin Glow is generously donated by The Hershey Company.