Pumpkinferno is a festival of jack o'lanterns 2 hours from Montreal in Ontario.\nArtists use over 7,000 pumpkins to create magnificent structures and figures.\nBook your tickets early! The event sells out quickly!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nFall is coming sooner than most of us would like to admit. And, though it's beautiful, the only true reason why Montrealers don’t like fall is because we know that a few short weeks after those colourful trees paint our city, the brutal winter follows.\nBut despite the inescapable sense of impending wintry doom, fall is without a doubt one of the most picturesque times of the year.\nThe beautiful foliage surrounding us makes the season one of the best times to take a road trip and do I have the perfect fall getaway activity for you.\nPumpkinferno is a celebration of the arrival of autumn. The award-winning festival of jack o'lanterns takes place each year at the Upper Canada Village in Ontario, just a 2-hour drive from Montreal.\nAttendees get to wander among giant jack o'lantern figures and structures. These mesmerizing installations of glowing pumpkins are something all ages can enjoy.\nYou will be in awe with every step you take. Every corner is filled with spectacular and original décor that all use pumpkins as a building material. Both whimsical and haunting, Pumpinferno is a fall event not to be missed.\nView this post on Instagram A few more snaps from @uppercanadavill on Sunday when they, along with @ottawatourism hosted us for an instameet to launch this year’s edition of #Pumpkinferno. This whole area was dedicated to the Day of the Dead. #photooftheday #myottawa #discoveron #explorecanada #pumpkinferno2018 A post shared by James Peltzer (@james.peltzer) on Oct 2, 2018 at 6:04pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Happy #Halloween! Today we're sharing #Pumpkinferno photos taken by YOU our visitors! 🎃💫 This one is thanks to @streetdreamsottawa! A post shared by Upper Canada Village (@uppercanadavill) on Oct 31, 2018 at 10:01am PDT\nOver seven thousand pumpkins will line the 19th century architecture and landscape of Upper Canada Village. It's fun and provides endless social media fodder.\nThe tour takes about forty minutes and I suggest you wear comfortable clothes and protective footwear.\nView this post on Instagram Flippant #halloween #halloween2018 #uppercanadavillage #ontario #pumpkins #pumpkin #canada #pumpkinferno #pumpkinferno2018 #pvt #pvtcanada #pvtistes #pvt2018 A post shared by Anthony Maio (@salvanito) on Oct 27, 2018 at 10:23am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Under the sea · · · · #octopus | #underthesea | #pumpkin | #pumpkinferno | #art | #uppercanadavillage | #morrisburg | #nightshooting | #ottawa | #canonphotos | #canonrebel | #ottawaontario | #igersottawa | #myottawa | #ottawaphotography | #ottawaphotographer | #ottawaphoto | #canadianphotographer | #narcityottawa | #ottcity | #canon | #canonphotographer | #ottawafamilyphotographer | #ottawaeventphotographer | #ottawaweddingphotographer | #613 | #613ottawa | #613photographer | #ottawatourism A post shared by Kierst Alex MacDonald (@kierstmacdonaldphoto) on Nov 6, 2018 at 7:00am PST\nRain or shine, this event goes on so make sure you check the forecast before heading out. But remember to look cute, it is a photogenic destination.\nView this post on Instagram 🎃 pumpkin carvings 🎃 #uppercanadavillage #pumpkincarving #pumpkin #pumpkinferno A post shared by John Lawrence (@jbclawrence) on Oct 30, 2018 at 5:12am PDT\nThe event begins Friday, September 27th! Tickets are between $16 and $18 for adults (19 years old +) depending on the night you attend. Pumpkinferno is closed Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.\nPUMPKINFERNO\nWhere: Upper Canada Village, 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario\nWhen: September 27 – October 27\nPurchase your tickets here!