Grapevine: Hall's Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm is where families from all over Tarrant County and beyond come to enjoy an old fashion fall celebration.
Every October, our family celebrates the harvest by inviting folks to visit our farm. We’ve got pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, gourds, hay bales and corn stalks galore!
Our amazing Corn Maze is always an adventure. Are you up to the challenge? Located in historic Grapevine – nestled between Dallas and Ft. Worth, just west of DFW airport.
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- Founded by glass artist David Gappa in 1999, Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery keeps the ancient art of glassblowing alive in its state-of-the-art facility located in historic downtown Grapevine. With a team of talented glassblowers and knowledgeable gallery staff, Vetro shares its hot passion for glass through live demonstrations, hands-on events for guests, ever-changing original gallery items, and one-of-a-kind custom Read more...
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- Cliff Bingham, a fourth generation farmer in Terry County, has been farming since an early age. Since 1992, Cliff and his wife, Betty have served as pioneers in the Texas organic cotton and peanut markets. They diversified their farming operations in 2003 by planting wine grape vines. Together with their children, the Binghams currently own or manage over 200 acres Read more...