Where to go Pumpkin Picking near Bristol in 2020 by Fiona
Pumpkin picking is a great family day out, and the fun continues all the way home when you get to carve it too
There are still plenty of venues continuing to offer families the chance to search for their perfect pumpkin. All of the places listed below have a number of safety measures in place to ensure they are Covid-secure, including social distancing precautions and hand sanitising points, please be aware all of these MUST have tickets purchased before entry so please do plan in advance.
Where: Pixash Lane, Bath Road, Keynsham, BS31 1TP
As well as pumpkin picking during the day you can also go to a Pumpkin picking nighttime event. They have festival vibes with a pop up bar, firepits, street food, performers and spectacular seasonal entertainment.
Where: Home Farm, Main Street, Farrington Gurney, BS39 6UB
Cost: Tickets cost £5 each
They always have a great display at Farringtons, they also have a separate witchy afternoon tea as well that looks fantastic.
Where: Clevedon Road, Wraxall, BS48 1PG
Cost: Entrance to the farm is free for children under 2. Tickets then range from £12.80 to £18.
This one sounds great fun, groups of the animals have been up to mischief and hidden pumpkins in the wrong places! There is a Pumpkin Mystery trail to find out who’s responsible and enter our competition for the chance to win a family ticket for four and an adoption.
Where: BS21 6RG
Come and buy your fresh pumpkin from the farm yard. A variety of pumpkins from warty ones to baby ones – all grown on the farm by the Triggol family. Many of the varieties are delicious for cooking with and, of course, all varieties are great for carving.