Pumpkin House

748 Beech St, Kenova

Over 3000 jack o’lanterns are each carved with a unique pattern every October; they are lit from dawn til dusk throughout the month. The home that is now known as the Pumpkin House was once owned by Joseph Miller, who was the first commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. It was built in 1891. It is said that President Grover Cleveland once paid a visit here.