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29th Sep 2023

The top 10 pumpkin patches to check out in Ireland revealed

Katy Thornton

If there’s a more wholesome autumnal activity, I’d like to hear it.

Spooky season is upon us, and one of the more exciting things about this time of year is the emergence of pumpkin patches. If you’re unsure of which to go to, you’re in luck, because Hello Fresh have compiled the country’s best pumpkin patches, if you’re in the market to go picking.

The list has ranked each county’s patches by popularity, affordability and customer rating.

1. Nore Valley Park, Kilkenny

2. Lugg, Dublin

3. Ballycross Apple Farm, Wexford

4. Funtasia, Louth

5. Alright Pumpkin, Meath

6. Clonfert Pet Farm, Kildare

7. Galway Pumpkin Patch, Galway

8. The Farm Grenagh, Cork

9. Curraghchase Garden Centre, Limerick

10. Mollie’s Farm Pumpkin Patch, Offaly


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Affordable pumpkin patches

For those more concerned about cost, because pumpkin patches can come at a hefty price, these are the cheapest spots in the country to partake in this autumnal activity.

The following prices are based on the cost for two adults and one child.

1. Mollie’s Farm, Offaly (€10.50)

2. Alright Pumpkin, Meath (€15)

3. The Ark Puddenhill, Meath (€16.50)

4. Tinahely Farm, Wicklow (€18.50)

5. Funtasia, Louth (€20.70)

6. Curraghchase Garden Centre, Limerick (€21)

7. Piltown Pumpkin Patch, Meath (€22.50)

8. Nore Valley Park, Kilkenny (€24)

9. Michael’s Pumpkin Patch, Galway (€25)

10. Galway Pumpkin Patch, Galway (€30)

Now if you’re looking to book in for a spot of pumpkin picking, you might have some trouble as patches tend to fill up fast, but if you’re lucky you might just get into one of these top spots.

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