Where to get your fill of pumpkins this October.
Is that time of year again when you will spot these giant orange balls everywhere and every time the humans see them, it can mean only one thing. That camera will come out and you'll be asked to pose with them.
Get the treats ready and head to these 2 spots which we think are the best places to get your pumpkin fix.
Every October, London has a pumpkin trail in beautiful Belgravia.
Moyses Stevens installation in 2022
In 2023 you can visit the Belgravia Pumpkin trail from 23rd to 31st October and you will find cute and spooky displays at over 20 locations including Moyses Stevens, Chestnut Bakery and Neill Strain.
Visit Belgravia London website for details of all participants in 2023.
Tomtom coffee installation in 2022
Gather up some friends, grab a willing photographer and have a fun day strolling around this beautiful neighbourhood.
Make sure you pop in to see our friends at TomTom Coffee for refreshments as they love to see four legged friends!
If you fancy visiting an actual pumpkin farm, then you won't find a better one than Tulleys Farm in Crawley.
At Tulleys you can actually see the pumpkins growing and even buy some to take home with you and turn into those scary face lantern things we see in windows.
There are lots of places to get food and drink and shops selling pumpkin related gifts.
This is the place to also get some Hallowe'en pics which are even spookier if you go on one of their Pumpkin Nights!
We are not that brave but our friend Skylar was last year.
Photo courtesy of @my_furevermore
Good to know:
Belgravia pumpkin trail is free and photography is encouraged.
Tulley's farm is open until October 29th and entrance fee is £7
Pumpkin Nights are £11
The farm is around 1 hour drive from south west London (near Gatwick airport).
There are regular trains to Crawley from London Bridge station.
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