Spooky season is nearly upon us and its almost time for you to pick your pumpkins. Cheshire is full of great places to go to get your pumpkin, here is a roundup of some of the best! 


Tatton Park

Tatton Park's Pumpkin Patch will open 21st - 29th October. Dont forget to head over to the farm first to meet all your farmyard favourites, then stop by the pumpkin patch to pick the perfect pumpkin. Standard Farm entry + £4 per pumpkin

Magical Malpas

A pick your own pumpkin experience with an extra sprinkling of magic. At Magical Malpas there are plenty of photo opportunities in the hidden prop village but you will have to navigate the spooky mazes to find it first. Say hello to Lily and Houdini, the miniture Pygmy goats, and take a spooky tractor ride. Pick your own pumpkin straight from the pumpkin patch.  

Pick your own Frodsham

Open weekends in October for you to pick your own pumpkins.

Libbys Patch, Macclesfield

A family run business run by local residents Daniel and Beth Thornicroft and their 3 boys you can expect a warm welcome at Libbys Patch. Pick your own pumpkins and enjoy delicious refreshments on site including fresh baked pizza and homemade cakes. 

Kenyon Hall Farm

Open every day in October, advanced bookings are essential. You will have access to over 15,000 pumpkins and will be able to make memories with their unique, pumpkin-tastic photo backdrops. See displays of pumpkins and squashes of all shapes, sizes and colours, you will be spoilt for choice! Make sure you pop into the Farm shop and cafe onsite before you go.

Dunham Massey Pumpkin Patch

Back for another exciting year of pumpkin fun, the Hewitt family have been busy planting over 28,000 pumpkin plants this year to celebrate the return of the Dunham Massey Pumpkin Patch. You will find many different varieties including traditional orange pumpkins, gourds and knobbly pumpkins as well as last year's very popular Ghost Rider Pumpkins! This year to make the pumpkin picking experience even more special you can enjoy a tractor & trailer shuttle and a Maize Maze!

Benty Farm Team Rooms

Pick your own Pumpkins and from June you can pick your own Strawberries and Raspberries too. Enjoy Afternoon Tea in the tea rooms whilst you are there or warm up with a hot drink.

Partridge Pumpkin Patch

The Patridge Pumpkin Patch is back for the 3rd year, bigger and better than the last! This year there will be more pumpkins, more props & more FUN! Leave the mess at home and use the onsite carving tent to create some pumptactular designs! Book online here. Breakfast is served all day, every day in the onsite cafe and you can also enjoy delicious burgers, sandwiches, toasties and hotdogs!

Cheshire Potatoes, Bunbury

Open in October you can pick your own pumpkins and Cheshire potatoes, perfect for making some hearty autumnal dishes. No entry fee, no booking required.

Pye Ash Farm, Macclesfield

So much more than just pumpkin picking there will be animals to see, sheepdog demonstrations, face painting, local ales & gins, milkshakes, farm fresh hot food, a pumpkin maze and more! No booking required. Every weekend in October.

Lambing Shed

Come along to The Lambing Shed's outdoor Pumpkin Patch to choose your perfect pumpkin for Halloween.  Running on the 7th,8th, 14th, 15th & 21st - 29th in October. Please note that the entry ticket does not include a pumpkin. These are available to buy and are priced depending on size. Don't forget to visit the farm shop and cafe on site. You can takeaway some delicious afternoon tea and graze boxes to enjoy at home.

Delamere Farm Shop

Our Pick Your Own Pumpkin field will open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout October and all week from W/C 23rd October 2023, from 10am - 4pm. No booking required/free entry. Stock up on local produce in the farm shop whilst you are there!


Tatton Park
Historic House / Palace
Daffodils in the Parkland at Tatton Park

Tatton Park’s ancient Parkland is just waiting to be explored.

Dunham Massey (NT)
National Trust
Dunham Massey (NT)

A garden with year-round seasonal highlights, an ancient deer park with free-roaming fallow deer and a Georgian house filled with treasures and stories.



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