This event draws large crowds with over 5,000 carved pumpkins illuminates a one-third trail in Louisville’s Iroquois Park.
The park theme is “A Night At The Library”, with different themes from literature, popculture, history, art and cinema.
This event runs from October 9 – November 4, 2018.
For those who aren’t able to attend this event due to life circumstances, I made this for you. I keep the original background noises of people talking, music playing and kids laughing in this clip to enhance your experience as you view this. It was chilly and requires a poofy jacket to stay warm. The line was long and hardly tolerable. It was packed with families and kids out on a school night, which made me question its parenthood. But what do I know? I’m a childless traveler by choice.
They do bag checks. The park sells food inside, so unfortunately outside food isn’t allowed. Understandable. It annoyed me but whatever. That was my only off-putting moment with a staff there. It’s not like I’ll eat my food around kids or purchase food inside this establishment. I’m there to enjoy my time and take pictures as a tourist.