GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - The first ever Pumpkin Nights — a half-mile-long walking path lined with more than 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins in 12 themed larger-than-life worlds of marvelous art is continuing at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds through Halloween Day.

We were joined on KARE News @ 4 by artists Chelsea and Amber Kasen who shared details about the family-friendly event featuring 12 different enchanted worlds — Pumpkin Galaxy, The Great Pumpkin Reef, Scarecrow Row, Picture Minnesota and more!

Pumpkin Nights combines whimsical interactions that will appeal to all senses, featuring UV bubbles, Halloween music and scents, fall treats, interactive lights and more.

Attendees are encouraged to come dressed in their best costume and bring a carved pumpkin to add to the Community Carvings world.

Pumpkin Nights will donate $5 to Scares That Care.

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