Since 2005, more than 2 million visitors have been delighting in this walk-through experience, where thousands of hand-carved pumpkins in elaborate displays light up the night. Now in two New York locations, in Westchester at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson and in Nassau County at Old Bethpage Village Restoration in Old Bethpage, this fun fall festival features larger-than-life installations, along with synchronized lighting, and an all-original soundtrack. It’s a magical, family-friendly experience for all ages.

Blaze is uniquely located at two National Historic Landmarks, providing hundreds of thousands of visitors the opportunity to experience these treasured sites and learn about the culture of the region.

Blaze: Hudson Valley

at Van Cortlandt Manor

Located on the grounds of an 18th-century estate on the banks of the Croton River in Westchester, Van Cortlandt Manor is the picturesque setting for this awe-inspiring fall event. Visitors meander through the heritage gardens filled with hand-carved jack o’lanterns, past the brick ferry house, where they can see a glimpse of the Headless Horseman, and see the light show at the manor house.

Proceeds from your ticket purchase support the education and preservation efforts of Historic Hudson Valley.

Blaze: Long Island

at Old Bethpage Village Restoration

This 209-acre living museum village in Nassau County is the home of Long Island’s top Halloween event! Visitors stroll the pumpkin trail, past 19th-century buildings, and through historic barns, to find themselves immersed in a fall wonderland with more than 7,000 hand-carved jack o’lanterns. 

Proceeds from your ticket purchase support the education and preservation efforts of Old Bethpage Village Restoration and Historic Hudson Valley.