If you’ve followed my blog or Instagram for a while then you’ll know I’m pretty pumpkin obsessed. Halloween has been my favourite holiday since I was a child, and now I’m (kind of) grown up I revel in being able to spend the whole of October in pumpkin heaven. Over the month my Instagram becomes a sea of orange, and last year I brought you the details of all the Norfolk pumpkin patches. This year we are back, and I’m aiming to visit them all again and bring you the latest information. First up is Undley Pumpkin Patch which we visited on their opening weekend.
Read below for more info and check out my Instagram highlights for a closer look.
Undley Pumpkin Patch
Where: Undley Pumpkin Patch, Beck Row, Suffolk
Opening Times: 10-5 Weekends in October, plus half term week
Price Rate: £££ – entry is free and pumpkins are £1-6, but there are lots of activities at an extra charge so bring plenty of cash.
Things to Do at Undley
- Large pumpkin field to explore
- Straw hale bales to climb
- Name the scarecrow – find all the letters to complete the scarecrows name and win a sticker
- Maize maze (£5 each adult, £3.50 kids, under 5s free)
- Donkey rides (£2.50)
- Inflatables (£2 for 5 minutes) – there are strict height limits on each, check the height chart to see which one your child will be able to go on
- Face painting (£3)
- Storyteller (£1.50)
- Circus workshop and shows (£2/3 each)
- Stalls selling Halloween and Christmas goodies, and animal balloons (£4.50)
- Several food stalls including hog roast, burgers, pizzas and of course pumpkin pie!
Other Things to Know
- There’s a large car park which is free to use
- Cash machine and toilets on site
- The site is really dog friendly
- Undley can get muddy, and the pumpkins are still out in the field on the vine in the mud so wear appropriate footwear. There are some stinging nettles too.