Twin Cities September Family Events & Activities Guide

Welcome to September in the Twin Cities!​

September is all about seeking out ways to enjoy time outdoors during the beautiful Minnesota fall season with our families. Find below all our best, tried-and-true suggestions for for autumn adventures! Looking for something fun to do this weekend with kids? Start here:

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Ultimate Guide to Fall Fun in the twin cities

Our ULTIMATE GUIDE TO FALL IN THE TWIN CITIES is here for you when you’re ready to browse apple orchards, pumpkin patches, corn mazes or fall color tour ideas. All the autumn classics are wrapped up in this guide.

The best fall festivals for families in the twin cities

Get ready for a bumper crop of Twin Cities fall festivals! Find these fun family events near the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area all throughout the fall season. We’re so excited to get back to picking out pumpkins, taking hayrides, jumping in the corn pit and soaking in all the colors.

Enjoy outdoor activities in September

September weather in Minnesota can be so wonderful – sunny with a hint of crisp, vivid colors and the overall smell of fall. Get outside and enjoy while you can!

more things to do in september in the twin cities with kids!

There are all kinds of activity ideas loaded into our list of 30 DAYS OF SEPTEMBER DAYS TO CELEBRATE. Find outings, indoor activities, meal ideas and more things to do with your kids during the month of September.

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  2. Thank you for another extensive list of events! Just wanted to let you know that there is free museum day on Sep 22. Anyone can get free tickets to one of 34 museums in Minnesota. Here is the website: smithsonianmag dot com

    1. Thank you for the reminder, Sam. We did not update our article on Smithsonian’s Museum Day this year. Participating museums vary from year to year, but our article is a good place to compare notes on the various museums. Some are actually free year round and some are pretty far away.

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