With 12 children between them, the parents of the Family Fun Twin Cities team sure are THANKFUL for a good deal! This guide to free Twin Cities November family fun is filled with local ongoing events as well as special and seasonal ones. For hundreds more ideas on what to do in Minneapolis in November or how to find free Twin Cities events & entertainment in November, visit our Family Fun Calendar or November Family Guide.
TWIN CITIES NOVEMBER FREE FUN IN THE PARKS
Forever Wild Family Friday | Lebanon Hills Park Visitor Center, Eagan
Nov 6, 7-8:30pm.
TWIN CITIES NOVEMBER FREE FUN WITH THE ARTS
First Free Saturday | Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Activities are geared towards kids ages 6-12, but don’t let that stop you from bringing your littler ones! Free gallery admission for the whole family. Get out and explore the new sculpture garden. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Nov 7, 2020, 10am-3pm.
Minneapolis Institute of Art Virtual Family Day | Minneapolis
Pick up a free Family Day Artist Tote with art supplies then visit the virtual family day link for content and tutorials. Nov 7-8, 2020. 11am-5pm.
ONGOING FREE NOVEMBER WEEKEND EVENTS
Want to find things to do in Minneapolis & St Paul this weekend? Find our current Weekend Family Guide, packed with suggestions.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts | Minneapolis – Daily, 11am-5pm
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory | St Paul
Seasonal events include the Fall Flower Show in the Conservatory’s sunken garden, storytime at noon, and animal programs throughout the day. Daily, 10am-6pm.
November Free Family Fun Days | Three Rivers Parks
Mississippi Gateway Regional Park Sundays, 1-3pm
Open House at Pond Dakota Mission Park | Bloomington
Come by the historic Gideon Pond house in the park for tours, living history lessons and other interactive activities. Ongoing Sundays, 1:30-4pm, please check the website first. FREE, donations appreciated.
ONGOING NOVEMBER WEEKDAYS – FREE
FREE WEEKLY TWIN CITIES ACTIVITIES
Free abounds in the Twin Cities. Many local bookstores, libraries and other businesses offer free storytimes during the week. Local coffee shops & cafes serve parents with free dedicated play spaces. Nature centers are wonderful places that offer free admission and hands-on exhibits and outdoor play opportunities most days of the week. And dozens of St Paul & Minneapolis recreation centers offer free open gyms and tot times to run your littles ragged during the cooler months. Explore from our links below.
|Kids Storytimes in the Twin Cities||Kid-friendly Coffee Shops|
|Twin Cities Nature Centers||St Paul & Minneapolis Free Tot Times|