πŸŽƒ Pumpkin Fest

Sat 19th & Sun 20th October
Sat 26th Oct – Sun 3rd Nov daily
10am – 5pm (last admission 4pm)

Join us for pumpkin fun on the farm this October – we’ve planted over 30,000 pumpkin seeds and our pumpkin patch is full to bursting!

Bring your WELLIES, outdoor clothing and gloves (as pumpkins have spikey stems!) if you want to pick your own pumpkin and dig your own potatoes!

Pumpkin Carving, Games & Bouncy Castle *Indoors!*
We have a stock of Pumkins for carving indoors too, if you dont wish to head down to the field to pick-your-own.

  • Hop on the trailer ride to the pumpkin patch to pick your pumpkin
  • Head into the potato field and pick a bag of spuds to take home and cook.
  • You can then carve your pumpkin in the hay barn
  • Enjoy lots of pumpkin-themed fun & games
  • Have a sneak peek at our exciting new play barn, with Farmer Ray & Farmer Richard on hand to tell you all about the latest developments.
  • Leave your own mark on our fabulous mural wall to celebrate the future at Lower Drayton Farm.

Book online in advance to benefit from discounts on gate entry and receive a FREE ticket to our new playbarn in its first 6 months of opening!

Entry price

  On the Gate Online
Adult Β£8.25 Β£7.25
Children (2+) Β£9.25 Β£8.25
Grandparents Β£5.25 Β£4.25

Book online in advance to benefit from discounts on gate entry and receive a FREE ticket to our new playbarn in its first 6 months of opening!

Refreshments

Food and drink stalls will be on site throughout to provide refreshments.

Clothing and footwear

Please remember we are a working farm and our pathways are grass not concrete, so bring footwear suitable for the weather. Wellies are always welcome!

Facilities

Toilets and baby nappy changing facilities are available on site.

Accessiblity

We welcome visitors in wheelchairs and with pushchairs to Lower Drayton Farm, but please note that sections of the attraction is on grass and some paths may be unsuitable for wheelchair access.

No dogs

Sorry, as Lower Drayton Farm is a working farm we can’t allow visitors to bring their dogs on site.
We understand that dogs are part of the family and don’t want to spoil your fun – however, dogs can spread neosporosis contamination; a parasitic infection that can lead to abortion and stillbirth in cattle. We therefore urge visitors to please leave their dogs at home as it’s dangerous to leave them in cars for even a few minutes in warm weather. Thanks for your understanding.