Great news for frugal families!
This year, in 2020, there is NO CHARGE to get into the Twin Cities Harvest Festival in Brooklyn Park!
Instead, you only pay for what you choose to do, such as the corn maze, pumpkins or food.
They stated on their Facebook page that they are able to allow free admission because their overhead is less and they are passing along the savings on to families.
They also have low pumpkin prices to help families have a fun day!
What does free admission include?
It includes admission to the Courtyard/Market, Pumpkin Patch, and Sunflower Field.
Admission charge for Corn Maze
This year’s corn maze is 20 acres and honors the University of Minnesota!
There is a cost for this. It’s $6 per person on weekdays, and $8 per person on weekends. Kids 3 & under FREE!
This year’s 20-acre maze features a scavenger hunt for kids and families to find MN Gophers people, places, & things on signs throughout the maze.
Ticket sales will benefit the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Fund “to help provide a transformational academic and athletic experience for every Gopher student-athlete. Since 2010, we have donated over $200,000 to local non-profit organizations.”
Purchase tickets at the maze entrance.
When is it?
They will be open everyday beginning Saturday, September 19th!
Where is it?
Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze
8001 109th Avenue N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
How much is it?
Admission is free!
The maze cost is $6 per person on weekdays, and $8 per person on weekends. Kids 3 & under FREE!
More info on their website here: https://twincitiesmaze.com/
Giving to Charity
Every year, Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze makes a donation to a local charity. This year, funds will go to the Minnesota Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation, which provides and supports hands-on programs that positively impact Minnesota youth. Since opening in 2010, Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze has donated nearly $180,000 to a number of local causes.