10 Fabulously Festive Pumpkin Displays Across NYC

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10 Fabulously Festive Pumpkin Displays Across NYC

Couldn’t make it to the pumpkin patch this year?  Not a problem! You can check out these perfect pumpkin displays scattered around the city (just remember not to pick them, they’re for display only!)

Spooky season is thriving in NYC as people and places everywhere are decorating their outdoor spaces for the fall.

Here are some of the best pumpkin displays to explore on a beautiful autumn day in New York before the season comes to an end:

1. Rockefeller Center, Midtown

Make sure to stop by the notorious Channel Garden at Rockefeller Center. Known for their lush, seasonal displays, this autumn arcadia is a perfect spot to visit.

Located: 45 Rockefeller Plaza

2. The Pumpkin Arch, South Street Seaport

The Seaport District, located in the historic enclave of cobblestone streets in downtown Manhattan near the East River, has just unveiled their annual Pumpkin Arch display…and it’s everything we hoped for in October!

Located: Heineken Riverdeck at Pier 17

3. Industry City, Brooklyn

Located at Industry City Courtyard 3/4, this display is sure make a perfect back drop for your next Instagram post that will have everyone saying “hello gourd-geous!” Overly abundant with perfect pumpkins, Industry City even has additional displays indoors.

Located: 934 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn

4. Queens County Farm, Glen Oaks

This adored farm is sure to deliver on breathtaking displays with their Fall Escape event by The Floral Escape. Tickets can be purchased online to view their one of a kind festive floral installations including a life sized-pumpkin spice latte cup and an enormous flowery elephant!

Located: 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy, Queens

5. Pumpkin Point, Governors Island

Pumpkin Point is returning to Governors Island for a fourth year at Nolan Park. With stunning city views, beautiful fall foliage, and a “village-like atmosphere” you won’t even feel like you’re in NYC. Plus you can pick these pumpkins, and they’re totally free!

Located: Nolan Park, New York

6. Hatch Creative Studio, Chelsea

You really autumn know about this one! Iconic for their year-round peace sign outside of their building, Hatch Creative Studio redecorated with a spectacularly rich fall display full of color.

Located: 511 W 25th St, New York

7. Carnegie Diner, Midtown

No need to leave the city for a pumpkin patch when there’s one right in Midtown! The classic Carnegie Diner & Cafe, located right by Central Park & across from the iconic Carnegie Hall, has transformed their front curb into the most adorable pumpkin patch.

Located: Corner of 57th St. and 7th Avenue, New York

8. 94th St. Brownstone, Upper West Side

This UWS house is sure to give you a spook! Draped in spiderwebs, this display has more than just pumpkins. The front steps feature scary skeletons, mummies, and of course, spiders!

Located: 94th St between Central Park West & Columbus Avenue, New York

9. Great Pumpkin Path, New York Botanical Garden

Weighing in at over 2,000 pounds, some of the largest pumpkins in the world return to the New York Botanical Gardens. Cared for by exceptional growers, you can check out these colossal pumpkins beginning Saturday, October 24.

Located: 2900 Southern Blvd, The Bronx

10. The Slaughtered Lamb Pub, West Village

First located as a pub in tiny town north of London that was once cursed by the blood of werewolves, this restaurant’s outdoor dining fits their horrifying history with scary pumpkins decorated all around the perimeter!

Located: 182 West 4th Street.

For more fun activities this season: 15 Stunning NYC Rooftop Bars Open For The Perfect Fall Evenings

featured image source: Facebook/ Industry City

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