This was my first visit to Kilduff Farm near North Berwick and I was pleasantly surprised at how much there was to see. Much thought and effort has been put into creating things to spot around the farm.
Once the car was parked, we made our way to the big Kilduff Farm sign, where some munchkin and culinary pumpkins were on display – these could be bought and there were lovely recipe cards for making the most out of the leftover pumpkin.
On the field, there are lots of opportunities for photos. There’s a pumpkin house, a vintage American-style car with pumpkins in the boot (loved that), a giant chair and a wooden swing-style frame.
On the patch, there are some scales so you can see how much each pumpkin will cost, which was also quite fun.
Before or after the pumpkins have been picked, there’s a hay bale maze, a lavender patch, a games area, lots of fun little halloween creations to spot, and a scavenger hunt the kids can do. There were two food trucks and a covered area to sit in.
When you make your way to pay for the pumpkins, Kilduff Farm has a little shop with lots of lovely halloween gifts and Kilduff Farm merch. I bought an enamel mug with a hot chocolate spoon and a wooden fridge magnet which had a cute little pumpkin painted on it. I had to stop buying more!
Near Athelstaneford, North Berwick
Family run pumpkin patch which started in 2018. Tickets are per car rather than per person. They also have sessions for people with additional support needs.