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No one says adulting can't be fun. Let loose with grown-up games at our favorite adult game-tertainment venues in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
One zombie’s terrifying behind-the-scenes account of a night at Valleyfair’s Halloween attraction.
Located in nearby Minnetonka, The Big Thrill Factory is often voted as the top location for kids and teenage birthday parties as well as corporate events—go figure!
With a zoo, gardens, pool, picnic areas, athletic fields and much more, Como Regional Park in St. Paul is one of the best places to play this summer.
Located in the heart of the Midway area of St. Paul, Como Town is a good-old-fashioned family amusement park surrounded by quaint 1930s era housing. With 19 rides aimed at younger thrill seekers, this family friendly haven is part of a 384-acre park with ample picnic and play areas as well as beautiful, paved trails.
There are very few indoor public parks like this one. Sunny and 70 degrees all year round, Edinborough Park, nestled in the heart of Edina, is a one-acre park featuring Adventure Peak.
Experience the natural beauty of Canada without having to buy a passport with the FlyOver Canada tour at the Mall of America.
From family-friendly pumpkin festivals to the most hair-raising of haunted basements, the Twin Cities has Halloween in the bag with these attractions.
Visit Mall of America this season for more than just holiday shopping. Fun events for the whole family abound at the Twin Cities' big mall.
ValleySCARE, the Zombie Pub Crawl, New Ulm Oktoberfest and more highlight the Minneapolis and St. Paul fall festivals this season.
Take a ride on the horror side at these Minneapolis and St. Paul haunted houses, including Scream Town, ValleySCARE, Dead End Hayride and more.
Check out our top 5 Minnesota State Fair must-dos so you don't miss out on any of the action and the best it has to offer.
Spread across seven acres in the center of Mall of America is Nickelodeon Universe, the world’s first Nickelodeon-themed amusement park.
Experience Nickelodeon Universe's four-level ropes course, which features bridges, slides and an 800-foot zip line.
The Twin Cities have fun activities for all ages no matter what the weather forecast says.
From zoos and amusement parks to shopping and outdoor fun, the Twin Cities have a mile-long list of must-see attractions.
Five Twin Cities fall festivals throughout the Greater Minneapolis and Saint Paul area. Explore the Halloween capital of the world, BooFest, and more.
Explore the largest park in the Minneapolis park system in nearby suburb of Golden Valley that is filled with fun activities and amenities.
Get your thrill on at Valleyfair, the midwest’s largest amusement park. With rides like Steel Venom, thrill seekers will find no better park in the region.
Visit Valleyfair in Shakopee this Saturday and Sunday for the amusement park's annual Food Truck Festival, featuring nearly 20 different restaurants on wheels.
Take a look behind the scenes at ValleySCARE 2017 and make sure to get your scare in before the season ends.