Spring Babies Festival
A sure sign of spring is new life – budding trees, blooming flowers, and fuzzy baby animals! Say hello to spring at Twins Cities Spring Babies Festival in Brooklyn Park. Bring your family out or stop by with your friends and enjoy the sunshine, sip on apple cider and have your first fresh cheese curds of the year. 2021 open dates:
- Friday - Sunday, April 9 - 11
- Friday - Sunday, April 16 - 18
- Friday - Sunday, April 23 - 25
Kids, families, and animal lovers of all ages are invited to spend time among some of the cutest baby animals around: baby goats, sheep, bunnies, ducklings and chicks. Bowls of food are available to feed the animals, and trained handlers are ready to help you hold them. It’s a great opportunity for kids to get up close and personal with the delicate joys of spring, and the adorable photo ops are endless. The animals are enclosed under a large tent, so visitors can enjoy them rain or shine.
NEW THIS YEAR: There will be no charge to enter the festival; you only pay for the activities you choose to do! You can purchase a wristband to see and hold the baby animals, and it will also get you into the kids play area, which includes a corn seed pit, hay bale maze, playground equipment, pedal tractors, and hayrides. We will have several food trucks, the giant slide, pony rides, the ever-popular corn kernel dunk tank, and a NEW ATTRACTION: mini golf!
The festival will follow capacity limits provided by the Minnesota Department of Health, and hand sanitation stations will be spread throughout the grounds.
This delightful festival is operated by the Bouwman family, who also run Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze. The family owns this special plot of farmland and has used it to bring the community together every spring and every fall. The festival grounds are located at 8001 109th Ave. N in Brooklyn Park, just off Hwy 169.
Minnesotans know how to celebrate in every season, and throughout the year, Minneapolis Northwest plays home to a number of annual events and festivals. Cozy up to fuzzy baby animals in the spring, celebrate Liberian culture in the summer, and explore one of the state’s largest corn mazes in...