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Pumpkinfest at Seacoast Garden Centre

Seacoast Garden Centre, 38A Seacoast Rad, Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 9DW
Child carving a pumpkin with a Jack-o-Lantern face
  • Child carving a pumpkin with a Jack-o-Lantern face
  • A mother and two children toasting s'mores at the firepit
  • Family having fun poking their heads through the photo booth


A perfect day out for the family, kids can explore the pumpkin patch and collect their pumpkin at Seacoast Garden Centre, before designing and carving their lantern. Sit around the cosy firepit and enjoy s'mores and follow the yellow brick road straw maze. Craft and decorate a grasshead, and enjoy hotdogs, chocolate apples and candyfloss!

Family of 4 (2 Adults/2 Children) £40
Family of 5 (2 Adults/3 Children) £45
Family of 6 (2 Adults/4 Children) £50
Extra Child £10 (must be purchased with a valid Family Ticket)
Extra Adult £8 (must be purchased with a valid Family Ticket)
Individual Child £12
Individual Adult £10

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Opening Times

Season (22 Oct 2022 - 2 Nov 2022)
Monday - Sunday09:00 - 17:00

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