Sleepy Hollow’s annual elaborately lit pumpkin exhibit, the Great Jack O Lantern Blaze, is Old Bethpage after the Old Bethpage Gardens Rise of the Jack O Lantern was canceled this year due to a coronavirus pandemic. Appears in Page Village Restoration.
Blaze’s Long Island location will have 23 nights from October 2nd to November 2nd, while the original Blaze will be in Westchester’s Van Cortland Manor for 16 years, September 18th to November 21st. I will stay for 30 nights.
“OBVR provides the perfect 19th century background for this mysterious and eerie event, and we hope it will also spur the economic activity of our community,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Callan. Said.
The location of LI features pumpkin sculptures that honor local icons, from the Apollo Moon Module to the Montauk Lighthouse to the East End windmills.
Blaze is completely outdoor, touch-free, uses time-limited admission, and features a one-way walk-through pass with no meeting place. Capacity is reduced by 67%, allowing visitors to enjoy their time as safely and socially as possible. When on site, all staff and visitors are required to wear masks and there is no food or drink.
Blaze Long Island dates are October 2-4, 7-11, 14-18, 21-25, 28-31, and November 1st. Online tickets are available free of charge from $ 32 for adults and $ 24 for children 3-17. Children under 2 years old. Members of the historic Hudson Valley can participate in Blaze Hudson Valley for free.
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