Bring it Home® Chicago

If you are a Chicago resident and a fan of fall festivities, you no longer need to leave Windy City in order to get your corn maze fix. This is because the 2-acre Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-up will be open in Goose Island and is bringing “cornfusion” to Chicago.

Returning to a unique two-acre plot of land west of the famous Goose Island, Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-up is excellent as it will save you a trip to the nearby suburbs by bringing a huge and fantastic corn maze. You will also enjoy thousands of pumpkins, carnival games, ax throwing, food trucks, and twinkling orange light displays, which is excellent.

Did you know that Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-up features Chicago’s biggest corn maze with a hidden bar, laugh-out-loud carnival games, pumpkin carving, colorful light displays, and a wide array of nightly entertainment? There is no doubt that this festival is an excellent homage to all things pumpkin, where orange gourds beautifully line the streets.

So, pack a picnic and spend an entire afternoon out in the crisp and chill fall air, and don’t miss pumpkin-inspired wares and treats. Although decidedly an adults-only place after 7 pm, note that during the day, the pop-up is an excellent place for children of almost all ages to enjoy and make the most of an interactive and fun pumpkin-themed pop-up complete with carnival games and a corn maze.

Highlights of Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up

Corn Maze

Did somebody say Chicago’s largest corn maze? You can explore the many twist and turns and keep a close eye out for the exciting and fun photo opportunities inside the fantastic maze.

Pumpkins Galore

Who would have imagined there would be so many pumpkins and activities at Jack’s Pumpkin Pop Up? So, do not forget to choose your ideal pumpkin to take home. Also, keep in mind that they make an excellent pop for all the photos you know you will be taking.

A Month of Fun

This month-long event is from the creators of Frosty’s, the yearly pop-up Christmas bar. Some of the fall activities include the largest corn maze in the Windy City, with a hidden bar in the maze.

You will also enjoy all-ages games, pumpkin carving, light displays, and nightly entertainment. And that is not all; there will be seasonal foods and drinks and plenty of photo opportunities in order to capture the perfect autumn aesthetic for Instagram.

Location

Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up will be held at Goose Island, 1265 West Le Moyne Street, from Sep 23 to Oct 31, for an unforgettable two-acre, 100 percent outdoor fall experience with a hidden boozy bar, carnival games, music, ax throwing, and fortune-telling.

Whether you’re looking for the ideal pumpkin or just want to enjoy some fresh air, this fall event is a wonderful and engaging weekend activity for you and your family.  And, you can take a break from all the fun and excitement on the farm to enjoy some tasty apple cider and sweet fried dough for the ideal pumpkin-picking afternoon snack.

Multi-Sensory Adventure

There is no doubt that Jack’s Pumpkin Pop-Up is a larger-than-life, multi-sensory adventure right in the heart of Chicago. So, spend an autumn night with your family outside and make memories while you get lost in Chicago’s biggest corn maze.

You can also enjoy nighttime light displays as well as pick a pumpkin from the fantastic patch. Keep in mind that masks are required, and all visits are limited to ninety minutes.

Get the Tickets

It is worth noting that every guest five and over needs an individual ticket to enter. And ticket prices at the door will be a little higher compared to pre-purchased tickets online. While a general admission ticket will get you access to the amazing pop-up, you may also opt for various add-ons that will let you go ax-throwing, take home a pumpkin, or grab a drink at one of the three bars.  Kids four and under are FREE!

Corn mazes, hayrides, and pumpkin patches bring locals and visitors together in order to celebrate a bountiful and fun harvest. Keep in mind that in accordance with Chicago’s Department of Health Safety standards, visits are limited to 90 minutes, and masking-wearing is always required. Outside drinks and food will not be permitted.