We’re SO close to time for fall fun, and I’m especially excited to bring my kids to the largest corn maze in Minnesota! At 20 acres, Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze boasts Minnesota’s largest corn maze.
This year’s maze offers visitors a chance to celebrate the Minnesota Lynx and their 10th anniversary season of basketball with a Lynx-themed maze design and trivia questions about the team placed throughout it.
One special event this year is Lynx Day at the Maze, which will include a visit from Lynx mascot Prowl as well as special games and activities. Stay tuned for more details!
In addition to walking the maze, visitors can also jump in the corn pit, stroll through the straw bale maze, and enjoy live music, a petting zoo, a hayride, inflatables*, a giant slide*, and much more.
Every year, Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze makes a donation to a local charity. This year, funds will go to the Minnesota Lynx FastBreak Foundation, which supports non-profit groups and education programs in the Upper Midwest that make their communities a better place to work, live, and play. Since opening in 2010, Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze has donated nearly $200,000 to a number of local causes.
When: Saturdays and Sundays from September 21 – October 27 (also MEA – Thurs., Oct. 17 and Fri., Oct. 18) from 10 am – 6 pm
Where: 8001 109th Avenue N in Brooklyn Park, MN
Tickets can be purchased online starting September 1 for $12 per person, or pay the same price at the gate. Children under 36″ are free.
Options to save on admission:
- Use the coupon code TC135 when purchasing online to save an extra $1!
- Visit the first weekend (September 21 and 22) for $10 admission when purchased at the gate!
- Visit the final weekend (October 26 and 27) in costume and get two food/activity tickets with paid admission ($2 value)!
*Concessions and some activities are not included in the ticket price.
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Laura is a former high school English teacher turned avid deal shopper following the birth of her first child. Now she’s a work-from-home mom of six which keeps her plenty busy!
Laura grew up in southern Minnesota and has called the Twin Cities home for over fifteen years. On the off chance she gets some free time you’ll find her with her nose in a book, spending time with family and friends, or enjoying a hot cup of coffee.