Take a Peek at the Kentucky’s 2023 Louisville Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular [PHOTOS]
A Halloween tradition in the tristate is back for its eleventh season! The 2023 Louisville Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular returns to Western Kentucky and it is, well... spectacular! Keep scrolling to get a sneak peek of this year's display.
Illuminated Works of Art
Every year, artists carve the most intricate and detailed jack-o-lanterns to illuminate the trail of Louisville, Kentucky's Iroquois Park. Every season, the finished works of art are put on display for Halloween lovers to enjoy! Now, we aren't talking about a few dozen jack-o-lanterns either. We are talking thousands of glowing gourds lighting the way.
The Jack O' Lantern Spectacular has roots dating back to 1988 in Oxford, Massachusetts. Fast forward to today, and the Louisville Jack O' Lantern Spectacular is celebrating its eleventh year of captivating audiences through October 31, 2023.
Where to Find the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular
Taking place at Iroquois Park, located at 4800 New Cut Road, excitement and magic begin at dusk every night, with closing times set at 11 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. The theme for 2023's display is "Wanderlust: The World is Your Pumpkin."
Get Your Tickets
With over 5,000 meticulously carved pumpkins, the Louisville Jack O' Lantern Spectacular is a must-see event and is likely to become a cherished family tradition. Make sure to allow enough time to walk from the parking lot to the entrance the night of your visit. If you get hungry during your visit, don't worry – there are concessions offering a variety of food options, as well as both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Immerse yourself in the magic of Halloween! Learn more and get your tickets by visiting JackoLanternLouisville.org. Keep scrolling to see some of the pumpkins from the 2023 Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular courtesy of my Facebook friend, Emily!
See Incredible Photos from the 2023 Louisville Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular
Gallery Credit: Kat Mykals