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Frequently Asked Questions 


When are you open?


We will be open for our 25th Pumpkin Season on Saturday, September 23. 2023 at 10 am!

Our hours are 2 pm to 6 pm on weekdays, 10 am to 6 pm on Saturdays, and we are closed on Sundays. We reserve our weekday mornings for scheduled groups and are not open to the public during that time.

Is there a charge to visit Two Sisters Pumpkin Patch?


There is no admission charge to visit our "pumpkin barn", or the animal barn. We sell individual tickets for our corn maze, tractor hay rides, barrel train rides, pumpkin painting, mini cow playtime, and other special events.

What activities do you have?


We offer an animal barn, "gift barn", and lots and lots of pretty scenery with every kind of seasonal produce imaginable, for no charge. We offer the following activities for a fee - trip through the corn maze ($5), pumpkin painting ($8 - includes a pumpkin), barrel train rides ($5), hayrides to pick a pumpkin out of the patch ($12 - any pumpkin in our field, no matter the size, shape, or color plus a scenic ride through the farm), and our newest option - hands on playtime with our mini cows and Highland cattle, with opportunities for photo sessions & private group event appearances! Please note that hands on cow visits must be scheduled in advance, but the cows will be available to visit in the animal barn with all of our other animals during business hours. 

Ages 24 months and down are free for hayrides if they don't pick a pumpkin in the patch. In addition, we offer a wide variety of concessions on Saturdays, including homemade baked goods.

Do you have anything new for 2023?

Yes! We have been hard at work around the farm during the off season! We are most excited to share our new family members, our miniature cows - Margo, Hopie, Jubilee, and baby Highland calf Josie. You will also get to meet two extra special new additions, calves Duke and Rosie. You may remember meeting Hopie and Jubie last year when they were babies, but Margo, Josie, Duke and Rosie are new to the pumpkin patch barn. They all LOVE humans and have worked hard on having good manners, and will be available on a limited basis for photo sessions, group trips, and one on one visits in their corral. Margo is full of sass and character, closely resembles Grumpy Cat, and loves to chat with humans in her own cow language. (You'll understand when you hear it!) Duke and Rosie were bottle babies who had a tough start to life, and have inspiring stories to tell. Josie is our littlest calf on the farm and is a full sister to Jubie. She is fluffy, sweet, loves to sit in people's lap, and can't wait to greet you! Hopie and Jubie have both grown since you last saw them and are eager to see familiar faces they got to know last fall. If you are interested in hands on playtime or photo sessions with any of the cattle, please reach out to us before your visit! Visitors who take hayrides will also get to see our speciality herd in the peak of baby calf season, positioned along our hayride route. 


Our barrel train rides have a new route around the barnyard, and of course our corn maze has a brand new design. You might notice that some of our prices have changed. Just like the rest of the world, we have had to make accommodations for rising fuel prices and overall cost of living. We have made lots of adjustments to keep prices as low as possible! 

How much are your pumpkins?


We have so many different varieties, this is hard to answer! The short answer is that we offer pumpkins, gourds, squash, and many other fun items at every price point imaginable. 

What kind of events are you hosting with Temple Grandin?

On Friday, September 22, from 10 am to 2 pm, Dr Temple Grandin will host a private event at our farm. She will give a presentation designed for students about her revolutionary low stress cattle handling techniques, the importance of animal welfare, and how she related her knowledge of animal behavior to her personal journey with autism. Books, souvenirs, concessions, and all of our usual pumpkin patch activities will be available for ticketholders to purchase, and Central Kentucky Riding for Hope will have their ponies set up for guests to enjoy. Industry leaders from across the worlds of agriculture, beef cattle, veterinary science, and autism will be on hand to meet with attendees. Tickets are limited and must be purchased in advance. Lunch is included. The farm will be closed to the general public for the event. Tickets are available for purchase at this link: Farm Field Day with Temple Grandin

On Saturday evening, September 23, from 5 pm until 8 pm, Morgan (niece/daughter of the "two sisters") will host a privately ticketed event in our picnic barn area with Dr. Grandin. Tickets include: locally sourced Kentucky Proud dinner, curated gift bag, photo opportunities with Temple and our Highland cows, a chance to purchase her newest books and have them signed, entry to an exclusive round table discussion with Temple and agriculture industry leaders, private shopping selection, bonfire with S'mores, fresh flowers by The Olde Barn, live music by Appalachian singer-songwriter Walker White, and of course - hands on playtime and selfies with our Highland cows and all of our newest calves. We look forward to an intimate setting where women with an interest in any aspect of the world of agriculture can gather and discuss their unique experiences with the trailblazing cowgirl herself, Dr Grandin! This event is CAIP credit eligible and those interested in hands on cattle chute experience will have an opportunity to do so, courtesy of Four Rivers Ranch Equipment. Tickets are available for purchase at this link: Women in Agriculture with Temple Grandin

Can we come to the farm on a Sunday, even if it's just to take pictures and walk around?


We are closed on Sundays to all visitors. 

Can we get married on your property?


We do not book weddings, but thank you for thinking of us while you're planning your special day!

Can I bring my group there?


We love groups! Contact Andrea if you're interested in scheduling a birthday party, school group, scout group, etc. Visit the Groups page to find out more about what we have to offer.

I keep seeing posts about "CFM" or "Covenant Friendship Ministries". What is that about?


Covenant Friendship Ministries, CFM for short, is a nonprofit that was co-founded by Two Sisters Pumpkin Patch owner Andrea Smith along with Charlotte Roper. It's purpose is to be a voice for victims of  sex-trafficking and for all young people who are from troubled backgrounds. CFM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded and based on biblical principles and solutions.

Can I use one of your photographs from your webpage, Facebook, or Instagram?


We just ask that you contact us for permission. All images are copyrighted and not available to use without our express written consent.

Can you donate pumpkins/produce/decorations to my organization or school?


Each year, we start a list of everyone in need of a donation. Towards the end of the season, we begin donating. The list is first come, first serve, but we do donate until we run out of items! Contact us via the Contact form on this site, or call/text Andrea at (859) 585-8000. 

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