At three-quarters of a mile long, get ready to walk into a world of pumpkins at this annual event featuring an unbelievable display of hand-carved creations.

Jack-O-Lantern World is now open at Paulus Park in Lake Zurich, Illinois, and has thousands of pumpkins that have been designed by over 50 artisans who built 17 "immersive worlds," according to their official website.

The Jack-O-Lanterns took several months and "thousands of hours" to be carved by hand, according to their Facebook page. Designers, architects, carpenters, and event planners joined forces to build dozens of hand-carved pumpkin displays that include an Eiffel Tower and a large butterfly.

The "whimsical celebration" of Halloween will be open nightly from Thursday through Sunday. Tickets for the display vary by the night with prices starting at $20 for adults and $14 for kids from 3-12 years old.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Jack-O-Lantern World is supporting Susan G. Komen with a pink pumpkin section at the event, and an opportunity to donate to the organization while viewing the pumpkins.

If you and the kids would like to carve a pumpkin to be displayed at Jack-O-Lantern World, CLICK HERE to register and get more details about where and when to drop off your creation.

Along with the Illinois event in Lake Zurich, Jack-O-Lantern World also has displays near Omaha, Nebraska, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Food trucks will be offering treats for guests attending the hand-carved pumpkin display, along with a selection of beverages to enjoy.

If you're planning a trip to Jack-O-Lantern World, the location of Paulus Park is at 200 S. Rand Road in Lake Zurich, Illinois.

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