$15 for $30 Worth of Farm-Fresh Apples, Pumpkins, and Donuts at Wallingford's Fruit House

Wallingford's Fruit House Auburn

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Customer Reviews

34 Ratings

Best donuts!!!
Deborah P. · November 28, 2012
I think its a great place to go both for apple picking (great variety of apples) their gift store even have a playland for kids. I would recommend it to anyone.
Debbie L. · November 4, 2012
We love Wallingford's! We found you by "mistake" a year ago and now wouldn't think of going anywhere else. Your donuts are a huge hit with my family. We came twice this year because of the Groupon. Thanks for all you do! :)
Lori G. · October 31, 2012

What You'll Get


An apple a day keeps the doctor away, giving you ample time to rifle through his office for hidden lollipops. Savor the sweet flavors of nature's candy with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Fresh Apples, Pumpkins, and Donuts

Pyramids of orchard-fresh apples are $0.99 per pound, pumpkins of all sizes are $0.49 per pound, and freshly baked donuts—imbued with notes of apple cider, chocolate, and pumpkin spice—are $5.99 per dozen.

Wallingford's Fruit House

Each autumn, the tree branches at Ricker Hill Orchards begin to bow under the weight of a new generation of McIntosh apples, as they have for more than 200 years. Since 1803, the same family has cultivated the orchards, which today nurture several varieties of apples, pears, and peaches. Along with produce aisles along the East Coast, the fruit fills the baskets at Wallingford’s Fruit House, where shoppers just may save them from another fate: the bakery. There, raspberries, peaches, and blueberries tuck into pies or turnovers and hand-rolled crusts envelop apples to become fresh dumplings. The store also bakes fruitless sweets such as donuts and cookies and bottles fresh cider for pouring over a coach’s head after he wards off all the crows from the field.

In the fall, visitors can explore the orchards and pick apples themselves, hunting down such varieties as Cortland and Red Delicious. Wallingford's Fruit House’s backyard lets youngsters lose themselves in a variety of ways, from the corn maze to the petting-zoo animals’ thought-provoking lectures about delicious grass.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, May buy 1 additional as a gift. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Wallingford's Fruit House


Each autumn, the tree branches at Ricker Hill Orchards begin to bow under the weight of a new generation of McIntosh apples, as they have for more than 200 years. Since 1803, the same family has cultivated the orchards, which today nurture several varieties of apples, pears, and peaches. Along with produce aisles along the East Coast, the fruit fills the baskets at Wallingford’s Fruit House, where shoppers just may save them from another fate: the bakery. There, raspberries, peaches, and blueberries tuck into pies or turnovers and hand-rolled crusts envelop apples to become fresh dumplings. The store also bakes fruitless sweets such as donuts and cookies and bottles fresh cider for pouring over a coach’s head after he wards off all the crows from the field.

In the fall, visitors can explore the orchards and pick apples themselves, hunting down such varieties as Cortland and Red Delicious. Wallingford's Fruit House’s backyard lets youngsters lose themselves in a variety of ways, from the corn maze to the petting-zoo animals’ thought-provoking lectures about delicious grass.

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