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8001 109th Avenue N., Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
Admission: $13.00
Activity Area $13/pp
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Hours of Operation:
Mon. Closed
Tue. Closed
Wed. Closed
Thu. Closed
Fri. Closed
Sat. 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sun. 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Open Good Friday, Easter Saturday, and Weekends 4/15-4/30, 2023

Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze in Brooklyn Park boasts the State of Minnesota’s largest corn maze, spanning almost 20 acres. The festival runs weekends from mid-September through October, including MEA Thursday and Friday. A few years ago, they added a Spring Babies Festival where kids can pet baby farm animal during the spring.

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Family Fun at Twin Cities Harvest Festival:

Each year, the Harvest Festival features a new maze design. In 2023, the maze features the St. Paul Saints with Saints trivia questions hidden throughout the maze. Answer all 15 questions for a chance to win prizes. New things in 2023 include a car show on two weekends.

Girls hiding among the corn stalks in the Twin Cities Harvest Festival Corn Maze in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Girls hiding among the corn stalks

Tickets to the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze

Again in 2023, general Admission to the festival grounds is free and includes the courtyard and market, carnival area, Pumpkin Patch & Sunflower Field.

Free Admission Activities:
  • Photo ops with antique tractors, photo boards, and fall decorations
  • Face painting & caricatures
  • Yard games
  • Picnic Area
  • Live Music on weekends from 11am-5pm
  • Magic Shows on Sundays and MEA
  • Pumpkin Trebuchet (That’s fancy for “Catapult”) demos
  • A car show on September 23rd & 30th, 2023
Activities Included with Daily Admission Fee.

There is a $13 activity area (a portion of these ticket sales go to local charities). Kids under 36 inches get into this area FREE.  This area includes families activities, including:

  • The kids’ Mini Corn Maze
  • A Giant Straw Bale Maze
  • A 6,000 bushel Corn Pit and a smaller Kiddie Corn Pit
  • The Playground & Pedal Tractors
  • Hay Ride
  • Corn Maze – 20 acres!

Extra amenities available for purchase at the festival are found in the Carnival Area. These pay-as-you-go activities include:

  • Inflatables
  • Giant Slide – Gunny Sack Slide
  • Barrel Train Tractor Ride
  • Corn Kernel Dunk Tank
  • Pumpkin Slinger
  • Petting Zoo
  • Pony Rides
  • Food Trucks will be selling wares, including mini donuts, hot chocolate, hamburgers, cheese curds and more.

Parent Pointers for Festival and Maze

  • Be ready for a walk. It takes an average of 45 minutes to navigate the maze if you stop and look at all 20 fact stations.
  • If you need to get out quick, look for maze employees, there are a few shortcuts and they’ll be able to help.

Twin Cities Spring Babies Festival

The spring farm historically opens from Mid-April to early May. Admission covers a farm animal petting zoo (including baby goats, sheep, bunnies, chickens and more) the kids corn pit and play area, the straw bale maze and a hayride. Additional activities for the whole family and food can be purchased onsite.

Two girls holding rabbits at Twin Cities Spring Festival in Brooklyn Park, MN
Meeting the spring babies

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