Twin Cities Corn Maze returns to Brooklyn Park

 

This aerial photo shows this year’s Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze, which has returned to Brooklyn Park this year. The maze, billed as Minnesota’s largest, sits on 20 acres at the southeast corner of 109th Avenue and Highway 169 in Brooklyn Park. This year’s theme is “A-maze-ingly Minnesotan,” with a maze that features images of state icons, including Paul Bunyan and Split Rock Lighthouse. The festival includes helicopter rides, hayrides, a corn pit, a petting zoo, live music and more. The festival is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday every weekend through Sunday, Oct. 27. Admission costs $10. Some activities cost extra. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Info: twincitiesmaze.com (Submitted photo)

This aerial photo shows this year’s Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze, which has returned to Brooklyn Park this year. The maze, billed as Minnesota’s largest, sits on 20 acres at the southeast corner of 109th Avenue and Highway 169 in Brooklyn Park. This year’s theme is “A-maze-ingly Minnesotan,” with a maze that features images of state icons, including Paul Bunyan and Split Rock Lighthouse. The festival includes helicopter rides, hayrides, a corn pit, a petting zoo, live music and more. The festival is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday every weekend through Sunday, Oct. 27. Admission costs $10. Some activities cost extra. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Info: twincitiesmaze.com (Submitted photo)

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