Open every day from 10am to 5pm from October 7 to 23


Pumpkinville Witches and Wizards, put on by OG&E at Myriad Botanical Gardens, is a magical place you can enter. Grab your broomsticks and staffs and get ready to make potions, recite spells, visit magical creatures, and more. Pumpkinville is the biggest event at Myriad Botanical Gardens every year, and thousands of families look forward to it every fall. More than 30,000 pumpkins, gourds, haystacks, and mums will be used to make creative displays for people to see. You can play games that were made by hand, paint a pumpkin, buy things from magical vendors, and ride Mo's Carousel as much as you want. The cost is $9 per person, but kids under 2 are free and members don't have to pay anything. Families are urged to get a membership to the Gardens. This is a way for the Myriad Gardens Foundation to raise money.


Pumpkinville is made possible by OG&E, Express Employment International, E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation, Delta Dental, Devon Energy, Tinker Federal Credit Union, Midtown Vets, and MetroFamily Magazine.


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Pumpkinville Events


Daily Activities

  • Free Crafts, daily
  • Face painting $5-8, daily
  • Paint-A-Pumpkin $5, daily
  • Pre-registered Classes, Monday-Thursday at 11am
  • Story time, 1pm daily


Weekends only

  • Story time with Glinda the Good Witch, Saturdays and Sundays, 1pm


Members Preview

Thursday, October 6, 5-7pm

Members only, FREE

Do you like to see a big event before everyone else? Myriad Gardens members get a free sneak peek inside the Witches and Wizards theme of Pumpinville on “preview night” before opening to the public the next day.


Pumpkinville Happy Hour

Friday, October 14, 5:30-7:30 pm

$10 member, $15 nonmember

Enjoy a night out at Pumpkinville for grown-ups. Grab a drink and food, stroll through the décor, take pictures, and revel in the fall atmosphere. With limited capacity, this is a great way to enjoy Pumpkinville without all the hustle and bustle during the day. The theme is Witches and Wizards!


Spooky Pooch Parade sponsored by Midtown Vets

Sunday, October 16 from 2-3pm

$5 member dog, $10 nonmember dog

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Dress your pup in their best costume and come down to PUPkinville! Drinks and food will be available for purchase while watching pups show off their looks inside Pumpkinville. Prizes for best costumes.


Sensory Friendly Night

Wednesday, October 19, 5:30-7pm

$9 member child, $13 nonmember child

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Children 2 and under FREE. Accompanying adults FREE.

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An event for families and their children with sensory challenges, join us inside Pumpkinville for an evening of fall festivities. This event provides a more controlled environment to experience our fall festival – no loud music and smaller crowds. Your entry fee includes complimentary rides on Mo’s Carousel.


BOOtanical Trick or Treat Costume Contest

Saturday, October 22, 6-8 pm

$9 member, $14 nonmember child

Looking for a safe, fun, and unique way to trick-or-treat with your kids in a magical setting? The BOOTanical Trick or Treat Costume contest is setup throughout the Children’s Garden and Mo’s Carousel.   


Pumpkinville Educational Programming

Programming Tent

$6 each, in addition to Pumpkinville admission (which is free for members)

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October 10- 20, Monday-Thursday, 11am-noon

  • Monday: Spooky Spiders
  • Tuesday: Pumpkin Cauldrons
  • Wednesday: Witch’s Brew Tea Party
  • Thursday: Magic Science!


Free and open to the public, Myriad Botanical Gardens provides 15 acres of ornamental gardens and grounds that include a children’s garden and carousel, native prairie garden, shade gardens, tree and shrub collections, lake with terraced gardens and a diverse collection of ornamental flowering perennials and grasses. 


The Gardens offer a variety of horticultural educational programs for all ages ranging from lectures, classes, workshops and walking tours to seasonal festivals. The grounds also feature the Crystal Bridge Conservatory which is currently closed through fall 2022 for renovation. With more than 500,000 visitors annually, the Gardens is managed by Myriad Gardens Foundation, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that partners with corporate and community groups to enhance the educational, aesthetic, cultural and economic development of Oklahoma City.