4 Father’s Day Activities To Enjoy in the Twin Cities

4 Father’s Day Activities To Enjoy in the Twin CitiesFather’s Day is quickly approaching (reminder: it’s this Sunday, June 21), and we know many of you may be scrambling to think of gift ideas and ways to celebrate.

If you’re still trying to figure out the perfect gift, don’t forget that sometimes the best present you can give dear old Dad is quality time together!

Stumped on what to do? Check out these four, family-friendly Father’s Day activities in the Twin Cities:

The Stone Arch Festival – Downtown Minneapolis

This popular summer event runs all weekend with live music, art and family fun along the Minneapolis riverfront. Don’t forget to check out the Polaris motorcycle gallery or the car show on the Merriam Street Bridge as well!

Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago Cubs – Minneapolis

The Twins are playing the Cubs at home all weekend long, so why not head out to Target Field for some baseball with Dad? There are some great specials that weekend, including a free hot dog and soft drink promotion for ticket holders seated in the “Our Family Section” of the park. Bonus: In honor of Father’s Day, the first 10,000 men through the doors on Sunday will receive a Minnie and Paul Ceramic Stein mug.

Father’s Day Brunch Cruise – St. Paul

Take in the gorgeous scenery with Dad during a Mississippi River cruise, all while enjoying sumptuous brunch options like egg strata and chef’s choice French toast or crepes. Make sure you purchase tickets ASAP, as this is a popular event! (Dinner cruise option also available.)

Minnesota Transportation Museum – Minneapolis

Heavy machinery can be the way to many dads’ hearts, so the Father’s Day event at the Minnesota Transportation Museum on Saturday, June 20 might be a perfect weekend activity for the family. Kids and parents alike can enjoy train rides, blacksmith demos, music, and many delicious offerings from local food trucks. (Click here to purchase VIP tickets at reduced prices.)

However you decide to celebrate Father’s Day, just keep one thing in mind… Dad probably has more than enough ties!