Fall Family Fun Weekends
Saturdays and Sundays, Sept 18 & 19 through Oct 30 & 31, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Experience the joy of fall on our family farm. With the fresh air and wide, open space of the farm, we invite you to discover fun for everyone! The farm is full of fun activities for all ages.
Visit our barnyard of animals, adventure barn, hay bale and corn mazes, pony rides, pumpkin picking and painting, pedal tractors and play area. Have fun at the hippity-hop corral and duck races. Explore the hands-on fun in our discovery barn, little tots farm store and junior mechanics’ shop.
Don’t miss our one-of-a-kind Adventure Story Barn. We decorate it differently each year to tell the story of life on a farm. This year’s theme is “All About Apples.” Walk through the life-size storybook filled with all the wonders you can discover about apples in fairy tales, science and everyday life! All brought to life.
Enjoy the live music 12 to 4 p.m. each day by some of the area’s best local talent. Walk among nature on the farm trail and wind your way through the pollinator trail and fall scavenger hunt.
Stop by the Barn Door Cafe for tasty farm treats. Enjoy apple cider slush, hand-scooped ice cream and donuts. Pam’s Food Tent is filled with country fare such as pulled pork sandwiches, BBQ chicken, cider donuts, fresh pie and much more.
Enjoy a pre-poured tasting flight or a glass of red, white or fruit-based wine in our historic apple orchard. We have plenty of open-air seating. The seasonal favorite, apple wine, is made with our own apple cider. Seating is limited to 2 hours and 8 guests maximum per group.
Pick Your Own apples and pumpkins are fall favorites at the farm. Make choosing just the right pumpkin for your jack-o’-lanterns or decorations a family affair. Have fun decorating your own pumpkin at the pumpkin painting station.
Pick Your Own Apples are at our 13 Van Kirk Road Orchard.
This weekend only! Pumpking Carving Artist Tom Cook is Here
Join us to welcome back Tom Cook, pumpkin carving artist. His first return visit in 4 years! Previous winner of Hopewell Valley Arts Council, “Amazing Pumpkin Carver.” His carvings have been highlighted in local newspapers: The Times and Trentonian. Tom, a local-born chef and artist, now resides in the Pacific Northwest. He will be exhibiting his carving talents and sharing techniques on October 23rd & 24th from 11am to 3pm. Let Tom help you find inspiration for your own Halloween decorations!
The farmyard is filled with vibrant displays of colorful mums, pumpkins and apples. The Terhune Orchards Farm Store and Outdoor Farm Market are filled with farm-fresh produce, baked goods, Terhune Orchards wine, pies and cider. Be sure to bring fall home!
Admission is $11 (ages 3 years and older). Online tickets required to guarantee admission. Tickets required for entry to farm store and winery. Timed admission tickets must be purchased in advance to guarantee admission: https://terhuneorchards.ticketspice.com/terhune-orchards-fall-2021
Admission includes music, barnyard, nature & pollinator trail, adventure barn, pedal tractor & play area, hay bale maze, corn maze, painting pumpkins, children’s discovery barn & play houses and more!
- Additional fee: pony rides, pumpkins, rubber duckies, food
- Convenient parking is available at the farm on Cold Soil Road.
- Masks are required for non-vaccinated guests. Masks required inside farm store and Barn Door Cafe and when social distancing is not possible.