Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff gave his fans a small virtual tour of the 2021 Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season views. Of course, fans who visit this year will see the barn where Amy and Chris Marek tie the knot. Excited for the 2021 event, the TLC star directed fans to the website and announced that tickets are open for sale now. This year, some of the changes made for the COVID-19 scaled back event last year feature again. Plus, some old entertainment re-opens. Oh, and not forgetting something new!
Little People, Big World Fans Just Saw Season 22 Conclude
The annual Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season festival is very popular. However, this year, the place looks really nice, fans agree. TLC fans know that Matt loves nothing more than working on his projects. With new buildings and the beautifully prepared barn for Amy’s wedding, the place looks so attractive with flowers and lawns. Of course, Season 22 brought a lot about Amy’s wedding, so interest seems very high in 2021. Those fans who missed out last year because of travel and other coronavirus restrictions will no doubt try and make it there this year.
Little People, Big World fans always hope that if they visit, they might spot one of the reality TV stars. Often, those people lucky enough to take a private tour meet one-on-one with Zach. Of course, fans really hope to spot little Jackson and no doubt this. year, Lilah. However, Jackson’s shy when it comes to big crowds. Still, Tori visits, and in the past, fans met with Amy. One new addition at this year’s Pumpkin Season Event should catch the eye of kids of all ages. So, what’s new, old, or brought back as it worked so well in last year’s scaled-back festival?
Little People, Big World Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season Ticket On Sale Now
The 2021 Pumpkin Season runs from October 1 to 30 and opens on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am to 5:30 pm. However, LPBW fans need to be aware that reservations are required. Also, it’s a good idea to takes along your masks. Worried about sanitizers and whatnot? Well, you’ll find sanitization stations where ever you go. Notably, the Rolofffarms.com website reminds people with comorbidities to rather sit it out. Expect that all the people working the event will be masked for your safety, as well.
Parking at the Little People, Big World event is free. General admission fees are $24 per person aged three or older. However, babes up to the age of two enter free. Pick up those pumpkins for $.52 per pound. Much like any funfair, some activities require additional tickets. However this year, Matt Roloff said that they bring back the Wagon Tour Ride which is inclusive of the general admission costs. LPBW fans who visit in 2021 probably enjoy the walking trail. Matt introduced it last year, and it’s “a beautiful, self guided ¼ mile trail walk with many fun play areas and exciting activities along the way.”
The New Features Include A Miniature Train
Roloff Farms Pumpkin Season brings something new, and this year, TLC fans can take a ride on the miniature train that Matt purchased in December. Plus the country store on the farm, ideal for souvenirs, moved. You’ll find it in the beautifully restored barn.
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