- The theme of this year’s exhibition is centered on the most famous fairy tales
The magic of fall arrived at the Dallas Arboretum with its village made up of more than 100,000 pumpkins. With the decorative theme “A Fall Fairy Tale”, visitors can take photos in this ideal space to explore and enjoy during this time of year.
Pumpkin displays inside the Dallas Botanical Garden recreate the houses from classic tales like Jack & The Beanstalk, The Three Little Pigs, The Sword in the Stone and One Thousand and One Nights.
Upon entering this village, visitors will find a whole town with houses and other constructions. For a moment they might feel like they are inside a magical tale. First they will find a house decorated with multicolored pumpkins, with its patio and its entrance, they will be able to enter it and take photos from the door or the windows.
Then you will see a giant pumpkin with a sword stuck in it, which reminds us of King Arthur’s sword. Then they will run into Cinderella’s carriage that appears to be pulled by two horses, which are made of straw; This attraction is ideal for family or couple photos, since people can ride the carriage.
Autumn at the Dallas arboretum with 100,000 pumpkins to tell fairy tales this 2022
The gourds come from the rural community of Floydada, Texas, located about 50 miles northeast of Lubbock, the Dallas Arboretum explained on its website.
Families can follow along by exploring a castle tower, several other houses, and even a pumpkin maze.
The exhibition will be open to the public from September 17 to October 31.
Prices to visit the Arboretum during the fall festival range from $12 for children under 12 to $20 for adults, with admissions every 15 minutes for groups of about 150 people from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Tickets are purchased online at reservations.dallasarboretum.org.