The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze , a 28-day immersive, family friendly Halloween experience, set on Long Island’s historic 19th century village at the beloved Old Bethpage Village Restoration. This event runs through November 6, 2022. For tickets and event dates, visit www.pumpkinblaze.org. Advance ticket purchases are required.

My family and I loved walking the grounds of the beautiful Old Bethpage Village Restoration grounds after dark. We were in awe of the gorgeous displays and there was no way we could pick a favorite out of the more than 7,000 hand carved Jack O’ Lanterns. One thing I can guarantee you will love the experience of seeing them for yourself this Halloween season.

As you know I love being a Long Islander! We not only enjoyed seeing the incredible artistry that went into making the carved pumpkins but, I loved learning historic facts about Long Island as face boards were displayed along the trails. For example, did you know that the Hewlett House is one of several buildings at the Old Bethpage Village that are supposedly haunted? We loved the displays in front of the Hewlett House.

On display you will see some familiar iconic faces, as well.

Purchase your tickets online and know that the proceeds from your ticket purchase will support the education and preservation efforts of Old Bethpage Village Restoration and Historic Hudson Valley.

“I want to thank Historic Hudson Valley for bringing its highly successful Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze to Nassau County again this year,” said Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman. “This will be the third time Long Islanders will be able to enjoy this breathtaking, magical exhibit, the largest of its kind and an event that draws tens of thousands of residents from across Long Island.”

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The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is presented in partnership with Bruce A. Blakeman, Nassau County Executive and with support provided by National Grid and Four Points by Sheraton. Blaze: Long Island has limited capacity and all admissions are by advance purchase timed ticket or FLEX anytime ticket. No tickets are sold on site. Online tickets start at $32 for adults and $24 for children 3-17 and are free for children 2 and under. 

About Historic Hudson Valley

Historic Hudson Valley, Westchester County’s largest cultural organization, educates and entertains more than 325,000 visitors a year through school programs, tours of five National Historic Landmarks, and Halloween themed experiences, which have earned a national reputation as among the best in the country. Historic Hudson Valley has been producing Blaze for 18years at its original location in the Hudson Valley at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson. Since 2005, more than 2 million visitors have enjoyed this event. That location will be open 54 nights from September 16 through November 20.

About Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Old Bethpage Village Restoration is a living history museum owned and operated by Nassau County that provides guests the opportunity to step back in time to the island’s agrarian past. The Village, which hosts the Long Island Fair in September, consists of homes, barns and other buildings dating back to 1765. Costumed interpreters describe life as it was in the 19th century and historic trade smiths demonstrate various trades.

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