Oct 4 - Nov 3

Old Bethpage Village Restoration
Old Bethpage, NY

“A truly festive after-dark Halloween experience.”
Travel and Leisure

“A staple for Halloween-loving New Yorkers and tourists alike...”
House Beautiful

“The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze takes pumpkin carving to new heights.”
The Daily Beast

Experience Long Island’s Top-Rated Halloween Event

Walk the immersive pumpkin trail on the grounds of a 19th-century village where thousands of hand-carved jack o'lanterns light up the night, complete with an all-original soundtrack, synchronized lighting, and special effects you have to see to believe. This family-friendly event is a real treat for all ages!

NEW FOR 2023

  • Go under the sea with a giant pumpkin-octopus
  • Be wowed by our gourd-geous mythical Montauk mermaid
  • Kids will love our Minions-like, friendly Pumpkin Pals
  • Be awed by giant 100+ pound carved Prizewinner pumpkins
  • Watch LIVE pumpkin carving every night

Even More To Enjoy

  • Browse Hall of Fame, gaze in wonder at the Pumpkin Planterium, and find your favorite classic Hollywood monster
  • Stop by Café Blaze for favorites like cider donuts and pumpkin beer
  • Browse the Blaze Boo-tique to find exclusive souvenirs and local delights

Preview Experience
Blaze Long Island

Advance Tickets Required

Admission is by timed ticket or FLEX anytime ticket sold ONLY in advance. NO tickets available on site.

Local Artisans

See the incredible work of Long Island carvers!

Shop for Souvenirs

Our expanded Blaze shop features exclusive finds, seasonal gifts, and more.

Flex Tickets - Go Anytime!

Visit Blaze ANY NIGHT, even when it's sold out, plus recieve a free snack and beverage. No reservations needed!


This event sells out – buy tickets early to secure popular dates and for best pricing.


Blaze is an all-ages event, enchanting for everyone from the littlest goblins to grown-up ghouls.

Visit Duration

Blaze is a self-paced walk-through experience. Visitors usually spend about 45 minutes on the pumpkin trail.

Buy with Confidence

For a small fee, exchange any ticket up to 24 hours before the event. Learn more

Getting to Blaze: Long Island

Old Bethpage Village Restoration

1303 Round Swamp Rd
Old Bethpage, NY 11804

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Parking is FREE, Safe, & Secure

Available starting 30 minutes before your ticketed entry time, NO earlier. If you arrive early you will be turned away. Handicapped parking is available for cars displaying a valid handicapped placard or plate.

Directions from the Long Island Expressway

From I-495 E/Long Island Expressway:
Take exit 48 and merge on S Service Road
Turn right onto Old Country Rd/Round Swap Road
Turn left onto Round Swamp Road
Turn left into entrance to Old Bethpage Village Restoration (You'll see signs for the American Armory Museum and Old Bethpage Village Restoration)

From I-495 W/Long Island Expressway
Take exit 48 and merge onto N Service Road
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Old Country Rd/Round Swap Rd/Old Bethpage/Farmingdale
Turn left onto Round Swamp Rd
Turn left into entrance to Old Bethpage Village Restoration (You'll see signs for the American Armory Museum and Old Bethpage Village Restoration)

Don't Miss The Magic of Blaze

Along the Pumpkin Trail

The Sights of Blaze: Long Island

Blaze: Long Island
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.

Presented by

  • Catholic Health

Support provided by

  • Presented in partnership
with Nassau County
  • I love New York
  • Bethpage Federal Credit Union
  • Four Points by Sheraton Melville Long IslandHospitality Partner
The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze

New York’s Original Halloween Event

A production of Historic Hudson Valley