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Twin Cities Festival Spring Babies

May 4

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Sunday and Saturday, repeating until May 5, 2024

Spring Babies Festival Attractions

Spring is here, and adorable baby farm animals are arriving at Twin Cities Festival. Visitors enjoy FREE admission to the festival grounds where you pay for what you choose to do: food
trucks, a gunny sack slide, corn kernel dunk tank, several inflatables, hayride, face painting, and caricatures. Purchase a ticket to hold & pet baby goats, puppies, sheep, ducklings, chicks, and more! Ticket includes animal petting area, hayride, and play area (corn pit, kiddie corn pit, straw bale maze, pedal tractors, trikes and more)! Leashed dogs are welcome on the festival grounds (although not inside the baby animal tent). The event is outdoors and in large tents and will be held rain or shine. 

Admission to the festival grounds is free, but a ticket is required to hold and pet baby animals (includes the hayride and access to the play area). Inflatables, rides, and concessions cost extra. Tickets can be purchased for $15 online, $14.50 on-site with credit card, and $14 on-site with cash. Kids 23 months and under are free.

Open 10am – 5pm the following dates:
▪ Sat. April 13 – Sun. April 14
▪ Sat. April 20 – Sun. April 21
▪ Sat. April 27 – Sun. April 28
▪ Sat. May 4 – Sun. May 5

Free admission to the festival grounds where you pay for what you choose to do:

  • food trucks
  • gunny sack slide
  • corn kernel dunk tank
  • several inflatables
  • face painting
  • caricatures
  • and more!

Purchase a Ticket to Pet and Hold Baby Farm Animals:

  • goats
  • puppies
  • sheep
  • chicks
  • and more!

Ticket purchase includes:

  • animal petting area
  • corn pit
  • kiddie corn pit
  • straw bale maze
  • pedal tractors
  • trikes and more!


May 4
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Twin Cities Harvest Festival Grounds
8001 109th Avenue North
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
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