Twin Cities Spring Babies Festival is back for 2023, with cute baby animals to pet and hold and other family fun activities.
Hugging babies just feels good – especially when they’re baby animals! Twin Cities Festival is BACK this year with a spring baby animals event in which visitors can hold and/or pet baby goats, puppies, sheep, chicks, bunnies, ducklings, and ponies!
Activities include animal petting area, corn pit, straw bale maze, pedal tractors, trikes, and more. For a little extra you can enjoy inflatables, gunny sack slide, corn kernel dunk tank, food trucks, face painting, caricatures, and more. Most of the fun is fully enclosed, so the event is open rain or shine.
When: April 7-8, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30, and May 6-7 / Saturdays and Sundays 9 am – 5 pm
Where: Twin Cities Spring Babies Festival – 8001 109th Ave N in Brooklyn Park, MN
Access to the courtyard is free, but if you want to participate in the activities you’ll want to purchase a ticket. Ticket includes:
- Hold and pet baby goats, puppies, sheep, chicks and more!
- Corn Pit
- Kiddie Corn Pit
- Straw Bale Maze
- Pedal Tractors
- Trikes and More!
Tickets are $13 when purchased online, $12 at the gate (cash), or $12.50 at the gate (credit card). Kids under 23 months are free. Concessions and some activities are not included in the ticket price (see above). Be sure to dress appropriately for spring on the farm!
The grounds are stroller accessible, but strollers are not permitted inside the animal area. There is an area where you can park your stroller while you enjoy the animals. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed and cleaned up after as needed. Pets are also not allowed inside the animal tent area.
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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.