I spent a morning this week wandering around Franklin Park Conservatory. They are ready for fall – including their annual Pumpkins Aglow event which takes place evenings this month.
It was a gorgeous, unseasonably warm blue sky day and was perfect for examining pumpkin displays, fall mums and even their outdoor model railroad collection.
Here are a few pictures from this magnificent day. There are a handful of displays with skeletons in action.
Then there are the trains in a magnificent outdoor model railroad that celebrates miniatures, trains and nature.
Are there any Thomas fans in the house? They even have a Thomas engine for the littles to enjoy.
And a black cat or two mixed in for good measure.
But my favorite things here are the pumpkin houses. This one is especially nice.
I doubt I make it back for Pumpkins Aglow this season but would encourage you to go check it out! Get your information here.
Houses made with pumpkins is a new one to me! Scout would fit in.😊
They are pretty cool! Like a clubhouse made of pumpkins!
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