- TripBuzz found 200 things to do with kids in or near Maplewood, Minnesota, including 196 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Paul, Minneapolis, Burnsville and Hastings.
- From Ramsey County Sheriff's Department Fright Farm to Battle Creek Dog Park, the Maplewood area offers 87 different types of family activities, including: Maze, Movie Theaters, Dog Park and Recreation Centers.
- Ramsey County, Minnesota is home to the city of Maplewood, with a relatively large population of nearly 40,000 residents. The areas population is composed of mostly families, making for a friendly, urban community. Settled near the state's capital of St. Paul, Maplewood is the center for several well-known businesses, including 3M and St. John's Hospital.
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White Bear Av. and Frost St., Maplewood, MN MoreLess Info
Ramsey County Sheriff's Department Fright Farm is a haunted house that features an all adult cast of performers. The haunting experience is produced by professional craftsmen, theater artists, and law enforcement professionals.
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1847 Larpenteur Avenue East, Maplewood, MN 55109 MoreLess Info
Second-run movies are featured at the Plaza Maplewood Theatre which also includes a standard concession stand. Film showings are offered for a discount price, and the movies are all digitally projected.
As a recreational center, Maplewood Community Center offers a variety of classes and activities for the residents of its city. In addition to a gym, the facilities include a sport shop, racquetball court, pool, and theater.
A former Federal Court House and Post Office, the Landmark Center is now a cultural center that hosts a variety of events, including dance theater, music, public forums, and exhibitions. The center is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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380 Rivertown, Suite #200, Woodbury, MN 55125 MoreLess Info
Built on volunteer dedicated and community involvement, Woodbury Community Theatre delivers entertainment and culture to the patrons of Woodbury. The theatre presents a selection of classic theatre stage plays, musicals and holiday specials.
A converted railway bed, Gateway Trail, features 18-miles of multi use trails just outside of the twin cities. Bikers, hikers, even the occasional horseback rider enjoy the paved trail and the picturesque lands it passes through.
Year round trips are provided by the St. Paul Gangster Tour that lasts for roughly two hours. Visitors are able to see the sights where the gangsters of the city used to live, party, and execute their most notorious crimes.
Comprised of 12,000 square feet within an underground cave system, the Wabasha Street Caves is a unique facility that is available for private events. The caves have been fitted with stucco ceilings, tile floors, a 60 foot bar, meeting rooms, and dining spaces.
St. Croix River runs through Afton State Park, and offers wildlife viewing opportunities on foot, or by canoe or kayak. Explore the river via a boating excursion, or make stops at historical sites and apple orchards, or one of two downhill ski areas in winter.