The tourist destination began with only four pumpkins carved for a Halloween display in 1978. Over the next hundred years, this number has grown to three hundred. The landmark would later become automated, its proprietors installing the Mister Handy Jack O' Lantern. It continues to operate the facility well into 2103.
The site contains the two-story main house and a small garage. The garage holds a weapons workbench inside and various loot for scrapping, along with a water pump immediately behind the garage. There is the body of a dead raider near the pump that contains random loot.
- Pumpkin carving automation notes - Note, on the second floor, on top of a dresser.
- Halloween costume skull - On the porch, on the skull of the skeleton sitting in the wheelchair.
- Halloween costume witch hat - On the second floor, on a shelf beside the bed.
- Recipe: Pumpkin pie - In the kitchen, on the counter.
- Pumpkin grenade - Crafting of pumpkin grenades is unlocked by completing the quest Trick or Treat?
The Pumpkin House appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenes
- Level designer Craig Bernardo worked on this location's design and creation.
- The Pumpkin House is based on the real world Kenova's Pumpkin House, located in Kenova, West Virginia, which is listed on the U.S. Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places as the Joseph S. Miller House.