Twin Cities April Family Events & Activities Guide

Welcome to April in the twin cities!

It is our hope that you can use our Twin Cities April Family Events & Activities Guide page as a convenient way to find the special themed activities this month brings. April is blooming with Easter egg hunts, Earth Day events and other family friendly spring festivals. We also have a big list of spring break ideas if you’re planning a fun staycation. Check the links below for events we have collected across the Twin Cities Metro Area. As always, we hope to be inspiration in planning your family time together!

Twin cities Easter Egg Hunts & Activities

Grab your baskets and get ready for the hunt! Easter is Sunday, April 4th in 2021. Browse our HUGE LIST of Easter activities and plan ahead; most require pre-registration and have a limited capacity.

spring break in April?

There is plenty of stuff to do if you plan to be a tourist in your own city this Spring Break. Think mini golf, trampolines, scavenger hunts, rock climbing, museums and more. Get some inspiration from our 2021 Guide to Spring Break in the Twin Cities.

spring nature play

Spring can be tricky business here in Minnesota; it’s tough to get any kind of commitment out of the weather. But after months of cold and snow (plus a pandemic) everyone is excited to get outside for some fresh air. May we suggest some of the best Twin Cities nature centers for indoor and outdoor exploration? Or, before the bugs are out, check out one of these amazing nature-based playgrounds!

Earth Day and more spring festivals

You can get started planning beautiful weekends April & May right here with our list of Twin Cities spring festivals – including Earth Day events and tips on where to find the Minnesota farm babies.

summer camp - start planning!

color boats at camp

Looking for the perfect summer camp for your kiddos? Wondering what’s going to be offered this year? We choose from the best in our 2021 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps.  

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