Twin Cities February Family Events & Activities Guide

Twin Cities February Family Events

Welcome to February in the Twin Cities!

It is our hope that you can use our Twin Cities February Family Events & Activities Guide page as a convenient way to find all the special themed activities this month brings. In February, seek out ways to celebrate with your little (and big) VALENTINES, bundle up and head outside with our ULTIMATE WINTER FUN GUIDE, or STAY COZY INDOORS. Plus, BROWSE SUMMER CAMPS for your kids and get planning for warmer weather!  As always, we hope to be inspiration in planning your family time together.

Looking for something fun to do this weekend with kids? Start here:

Weekend Family Guide - Family Fun Twin Cities Banner.

Ultimate Winter Guide to February in the Twin Cities

Couldn’t we all use a little help getting through the long Minnesota winter with our kids? Keep our Ultimate Winter Survival Guide in your virtual back pocket. It’s packed with suggestions for the best tubing and sledding hills & ice skating rinks in the Twin Cities Metro Area. When it’s time to come in from the cold, we’ve got ideas for cozy-up games and other indoor fun.

Twin Cities Valentine's Day events 2024 - for families & kids

Spend some time with your favorite sweethearts taking advantage of the local Valentine’s Day ideas in the Twin Cities starting the last weekend of January. Get inspiration for creating homemade gifts for your loved ones. Plus, find more Valentine’s Idea on our Valentine’s Pinterest Board.

Twin Cities winter festivals in February

Festivals aren’t just for summer here in Minnesota. Most of our favorite winter traditions are back this year! Make sure to check us often for the latest and greatest updates. Then bundle up and get out there for snow-building contests, snowshoeing, ice skating and scavenger and medallion hunts. Some of our favorite community winter festivals include:

APPLE VALLEY: Mid-winter Fest (February 3, 2024)

BROOKLYN PARK: Winterfest (February 10, 2024)

BUFFALO: Kites on Ice (February 10, 2024)

BURNSVILLE: Polar Fest (February 10, 2024)

MAPLE GROVE: Wonders of Winter (February 3, 2024)

ST PAUL: St Paul Winter Carnival (January 25-February 4, 2024)

See our TWIN CITIES WINTER FAMILY FESTIVAL CALENDAR for all the super-cool details.

Free things to do in February in the Twin Cities

With 12 children between them, the parents of the Family Fun Twin Cities team are always scouting out ways to score a good deal. Our list of free Twin Cities February Family Events & Activities is stocked with dozens of ways to save money and have free family fun.

Cozy indoor activities in February

There’s not a speck of snow in sight in any of these 29 ideas for cozied-up indoor play and family time in February. One for each day, but most of them can be swapped out all month long.

We’ve been keeping busy on cold days diving into these lists of fun indoor games for kids and families. Boredom buster alert!

FFTC's 2024 Summer Camp Guide

Classic outdoor adventures, tech-y enrichment, performing arts opportunities and cultural explorations are just a sampling of what you’ll find in our 2024 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps. From day camps for your preschoolers to sleepaway camps for the teens, these local camps offer something for everyone. Get your early bird plans on!

2021 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps

Did we miss something? We would love to hear from you. If you know of any Twin Cities February Family Events feel free to leave us a comment and share with the community!

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