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Pumpkin Experience Tours

Thank you for your interest in visiting Jones Family Farms!

We have closed registration for our 2022 season.

If you wish to visit us in the future, please email education [at] to join our mailing list.

Designed for Groups of 15 or More 

Our Self-Guided Pumpkin Experience provides the opportunity to observe a working farm while enjoying a classic New England autumn activity. Enjoy a private hay wagon tour of the farm fields out to a pumpkin field. Both parents and children then enjoy the excitement of each selecting their own pumpkin. 

Upon returning to the Harvest Yard, chaperones may guide children in exploring the over 50 varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds grown at the farm. Our family-friendly mini-corn maze is also open daily, including to students with chaperone supervision.

Tour Dates
Tuesday’s October 4, 11, 18, 25, and October 26 and 27 

We recommend visiting our Tour Calendar page before completing your pre-registration to confirm which dates may already be booked.

Tour Time
9:45am or 11:00am

$10 per person (excluding teachers & teacher aides) 

Chaperone Policy 
We welcome as many adult chaperones as is desired, though we do have a maximum capacity of 45 on our hayrides, so all adult chaperones must be accounted for in a school's pre-registration. Also, please note we cannot accommodate unaccounted for younger siblings and infants on the tour.

School Tour Policies and Procedures
Please review our school tour policies regarding chaperones, cancelations, and payments, as well as answers many of our commonly asked questions

Pre-registration is required for all our programs.  Due to the busy schedule of teachers and farmers, we believe our pre-registration form is the most efficient way to register your students. 


Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912