Ruffins Farm near Bury St Edmunds offers family-fun pumpkin patch and festive activities
A third generation family farm has attracted thousands of visitors this spooky season.
Ruffins Farm, which is about five miles south of Bury St Edmunds just off the A143, has welcomed families to pick their own pumpkins and kick off the Halloween festivities.
The farm also has a maize maze, farm animals, various food stalls and games for children.
This year saw a new addition with Trailer Rides which offer visitors the chance to cruise around the farm while be towed by a tractor.
Around 6,500 pumpkins in a selection of varieties were planted and the farm will be open from 10am to 4pm every day until Sunday, October 29.
It is free to attend which includes parking and organisers are recommending visitors wear wellies.
Card or cash payments are accepted and all the pumpkins are priced dependant on size and variety.
Booking is not required to attend however dogs are not allowed due to the other animals on the site.