10 Fall Things To Do In The Twin Cities!
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Tailgate At A Viking’s Game


How about starting your sunday by tailgating for Minnesota Vikings next home game here in Minneapolis? Tailgating is an age old practice by which fans get pumped up for the game by showing up early in the lots near the stadium, setting up their grills, purple tents, games, and beer coolers to fire up and enjoy the community of like-minded Vikings fans. Vikings fans are finally moving back to downtown at the new U.S. Bank Stadium, and you can find more info on the games here.

Zip-line Through The Minnesota Woodlands


Soar gracefully above the autumn trees and witness the beautiful fall colors like never before with Kerfoot Canopy Tours. Voted #1 Viewer’s Choice Zip Line in Minnesota, Kerfoot Canopy Tours offer a sky high way to get closer to the Minnesota River Valley. Have fun filled with nature plus the thrill! Get more involved with the beauty of the woods soaring through trees, zip along the cables, and have a time of your life less than 50 miles outside of Minneapolis in Henderson, MN!

Make Fall 2016 Litter Than Ever At One of Our SIMShows!


If you’re looking for some nighttime fun this Fall, make sure to come out to one of our shows at venues throughout the cities! Although Fall is halfway over, we still have plenty of artists coming through to make Minnesota move all night. On the radar, we have the likes of MK, Vanic, Griz, Flosstradamus, Slushii, Sam Feldt, and many more! To look at our full Fall lineup and to grab tickets, make sure to check out our site here.

Go To A Pumpkin Patch


Wondering where all those pumpkin patches and corn mazes are hiding? Well look no further! Below is a list of numerous patches and mazes to get into the spirit of the season. Pick a pumpkin, get lost in the maze, and have great family fun! Bring food for a picnic, but don’t forget to practice bobbing for apples. There are also a few petting zoos for the littles to enjoy. Find which pumpkin patch fits your family’s needs here.

Drink Some Wine And Paint


Love painting? There is a Fall Bridge paint class in town. This is a guided painting class of a red covered bridge washed in autumn forest colors with a local artist and the help from an assistant! There will be food and beverages available for purchase from their studio café. Their studio will open at 5pm, so come early to socialize with the group you will be painting with and enjoy appetizers and desserts. You can also just come hungry and enjoy the dinner selections they will provide. They will have some “liquid courage” as they state while painting from a selection of wine, and yes you get to choose by the bottle or by the glass and also beer and non-alcoholic drinks. All single serve beverages are just under $6, so make sure to check out the event page here.

Build An Appetite At The Turkey Day Run


Want to stay fit and still stuff your face on Thanksgiving or build up your appetite? Look no further than the turkey day run! You can choose a location close to you from their site to sign up. The race will begin at the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis. Get creative and dress up goofy, gather your friends and run as a group, and make sure to have fun! The Turkey Day Run has brought family and friends together to start the day in a healthy way, so make sure to start out the holiday with a nice run through beautiful downtown Minneapolis!

Experience Fall At The Minnesota Arboretum


Said to have the most diverse trees in Minnesota, uncover the mystery and beauty of the Minnesota Arboretum. Walk the trails, and enjoy the serenity and beauty of the vibrant colors: bursts of yellow in the aspens and birch, oaks covered with purples and maroons. From the Harvest Festival to a parade of whimsical scarecrows; from Pumpkin Palooza to pumpkins outside the Visitor Center, there are tons of opportunity to have some fall fun! And don’t forget to get lost in the maze garden or attend a yoga session. And the fun doesn’t stop in the fall: the first-ever large-scale outdoor light installation at the Arboretum will illuminate the winter landscape after hours. Make sure to look at their website for all the events happening there this Fall.

Find Some Treasure By Geocaching


Before it gets too cold, if you enjoy adventures and treasure hunts, there are many places in the metro area to geocache. To go geocaching, you can use your phone or any form of GPS to find hidden treasures that people leave in those certain GPS coordinates. When you locate the treasure yourself, you then take something left in that spot and leave your own personal little treasure for someone else to find. It’s great fun with friends and can be a great bike adventure. Click here to start your hunt today!

Catch A Show At The Children’s Theater Company


Bring the family to The Last Firefly located at the Children’s Theater Company. This mythical adventure will transport you and your child on a fantastic journey where the littlest things can make all the difference. Join in on the thrilling adventure of the next great hero your children do not want to miss. You can find tickets and more info here.

Dance With The Ghouls Of The Night At Haunted Union!


Saving the best for last, don’t forget to come to Haunted Union at Rev Ultra Longe on October 29th! There will be three levels of haunted partying, and the cover is only $10! Two levels of DJs, three levels of bars, and tons of creeps and thrills around every corner! This is not the Fall event you want to miss out on! For more information on this thrilling event, click here.