The time for spring is near, and that means new activities for families to enjoy in the Twin Cities. Here’s everything your family should explore and experience within Minneapolis as well as St. Paul.
Disney Animation: Immersive Experience From March 23rd 3rd until mid-June
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Enjoy the universes, music, and animated worlds from Disney Animation. Join in with your most loved Disney movies, both old and new! An interactive and innovative exhibit is on display at Lighthouse Artscape in Minneapolis. Prices start from $28 for a person to purchase the family package (4 tickets per person minimum).
Maplefest – March 26 th
Enjoy maple syrup season by enjoying the pancake breakfast that is available all day inside the MacMillan Auditorium at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. The menu features pancakes and maple syrup served with sausage, a variety of toppings for pancakes, as well as coffee and orange juice. Reservations are required; prices range from $13 to $23.
Sleeping Beauty by Metropolitan Ballet – April 1st & 2nd
If you’re interested in experiencing the beauty of ballet’s music and storytelling, check out the Tchaikovsky ballet Sleeping Beauty at The Fitzgerald Theater in Saint-Paul. Enjoy with your family the wonder and glory of an original ballet. Get tickets ahead of time.
Easter Party – April 8 th
Go to Midtown Global Market on April 8 from 11 am to 1 pm. Have fun, meet The Easter Bunny, make your journey through the market, take home candy! You’re sure to have an amazing time!
Family Bingo Night – April 11th
Looking for a way that your family can go to during the spring evening? Check out the ‘Family Bingo Night’ at Highland Park Community Center. The event is intended to be fun for all families and age groups. The winners can return home with lots of cash prizes.
The Royal Canadian International Circus – April 13 th to 23 rd
The Royal Canadian International Circus is starting the start of its season-long tour in Minneapolis for the first time this year! From breathtaking trapeze art to bone-breaking stunts to stunning motorcycles, the entire spectacle will keep you and your family entertained! Experience the most loved Trapeze Artist, Claudia Alvaro Bauer, or the brand new African Bone Breakers troupe! It’s some of the most family-friendly entertainment you can have within the two cities and a show you shouldn’t skip! Find tickets at this link.
Earth Day 5K Bee Run – April 22nd
Join in a pet and family-friendly walk or run through the one National Park offering scenic views of the Mississippi River. Make a difference and be an active citizen by participating in the river cleanup that is organized following an event. Registration is required, and costumes are suggested! There’s also a chance to win fantastic prizes.
GeekCraft Expo – April 22nd & 23rd
Go to The Minneapolis Convention Center for all things geeky and made by hand. Everything on sale during GeekCraft Expo is incredibly unique and limited in supply. It’s absolutely geeky. Guaranteed to delight children, both old and young! A $5 cover ticket is needed.
Paw Patrol Live! – April 28th to 30th
We’re calling all good citizens! We are the Paw Patrol is yelping for help as they take on their most difficult challenge yet. Offer a helping hand to your dog’s favorite in the State Theatre in Minneapolis! Tickets range from $24 up to $79.
Landmark: Kid’s Tea at the Castle – April 30 th
Head to the Landmark Center in Saint-Paul for a Kid’s Tea at the Castle! There will be craft activities as well as tea and juice, along with sweet or savory desserts. Admission to the event is $5. Reservations are available until March 21st day.