Heritage Farmstead Museum debuts Poncho’s Pumpkin Patch

Heritage Farmstead Museum in Plano recently debuted a new pumpkin patch experience for residents of all ages. Poncho’s Pumpkin Patch – named for the farmstead’s resident donkey – offers a variety pumpkins for sale, a hay maze,  photo opportunities and more.

The pumpkin patch is open 12:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday or by reservation.

“Guests can enjoy a variety of special photo opportunities, our truly unique Hampshire hay maze and the beauty of Heritage Farmstead Museum, a historic treasure located in the heart of Plano,” stated Kathy Strobel, the farmstead’s development director.

There is a $3 entrance fee at the farmstead. It’s located at 1900 W. 15th St. publishes every week.
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