Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch invites Los Angeles-area residents to celebrate Halloween with high-quality pumpkins and merchandise along with family-friendly Halloween-themed activities. With its wide array of activities and events, the urban pumpkin patch offers fun for children and for the young at heart, according to spokesperson Lyra Marble. —
"We are proud to have become a Halloween tradition for thousands of families in the area," Lyra went on to say. "We opened the Culver City pumpkin patch because we wanted to give city kids a little taste of farm life as well as creating a spooky and fun space where families can celebrate Halloween together year after year."
At the Los Angeles pumpkin patch, children can experience nature by browsing a huge collection of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes at the Pumpkin Village. They can also pet farm animals, like baby goats, sheep, and ducks, at Mr. Bones's Petting Zoo, and they can ride a pony around a ring. Other activities include an inflatable super slide, giant rocking horses, face painting, a tipi village, and a straw maze.
If anyone gets hungry while waiting in line, there are plenty of snacks available from restaurants and food trucks. A schedule of vendors is available on the website. Lyra emphasized that guests are welcome to bring their own food, but alcohol should be left at home. "We want to ensure that our pumpkin patch is a safe and welcoming space for children and families," she explained.
In addition to the regular activities, the pumpkin patch also hosts special events throughout the fall season. Said Lyra, "We bring in entertainers of all kinds to enhance our guests' experience. On the weekends, we often have musicians, magicians, and other family-friendly entertainers perform shows. Near Halloween, we also bring in a professional pumpkin carver who can create any design you can imagine."
Although the pumpkin patch is not available for private rental, it does offer two party tents that groups can reserve. Mr. Bones frequently hosts parties for family birthdays and corporate events, and they are a popular venue for any Los Angeles Halloween Party.
Concluded Lyra, "Every year, we add new attractions, but we also try to provide all the traditional Halloween experiences that our customers look forward to. We invite everyone in and around Culver City to come out and see what we have to offer."
About Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch
Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch was founded in Westwood in 1987 by Becky and David Campbell, who drew inspiration from their farm in Oregon. Becky's daughter, Lyra Marble, took over the business in 2001 and oversaw a move to West Hollywood. She was later joined by her father, Steven, who had previously worked on designing and building the "Back to the Future" ride at Universal Studios. From Hollywood, Mr. Bones moved to Culver City, where it has gone on to become an institution, drawing westside crowds from Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Rey, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, and as far away as Manhattan Beach and Calabasas.
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