Are you feeling stuck on what to do on these cold Minnesota days? The MAX Team has your back!
We understand how hard it is to have the ambition to go outside when the temps are nearing zero. BUT, have no fear. We specialize in Washington County, but we have searched the entire Twin Cities area for the cheeriest, merriest, holiday festivities for you. We promise these events and festivities will help you stay warm, merry, and ready to take on the Minnesotan winter ahead of us.
Hollidazzle – Loring Park, Minneapolis
Thursdays through Sundays, November 29 – December 22, 2019.
Walk the path and enjoy holiday lights and decorations,
local food vendors, and artisan goods. Then warm up with a hot
chocolate or cider, or head to the beer tent to grab a Fulton
European Christmas Market– Union Depot, St. Paul
The first three weekends in December.
Located in St. Paul, this is a free event. Shop for unique,
handmade holiday gifts and decorations from local vendors,
drink Glühwein (spiced mulled wine), and taste European
inspired food and delicacies.
Festive Holiday Lights Tour
Thursday – Sunday for the whole month of December at 5:30pm and 7:00pm.
Treat yourself to the magic of the holidays by viewing
beautiful light displays on this 2-hour tour! Your expert guide
will escort you to your warm, heated coach bus where you’ll
ride in comfort while viewing twinkling lights and nibbling on
holiday treats. The brightly decorated streets of the Twin
Cities are sure to get you in the spirit of the season – so
please join us for some festive fun!
Rice Park Lights – Rice Park, St. Paul
Rice Park captures the spirit of the holiday season with a
tree as tall and bright as the iconic Rockefeller Center tree
in New York City. The gigantic tree in Rice Park will be
lit 24 hours a day, seven days a week with 15,000
energy-efficient LED lights. The park will sparkle with
thousands of twinkling lights and other holiday
décor. WinterSkate Ice Skating Rink.
Phalen’s Park Holiday Lights in the Park– Phalen Park, St. Paul
More than 60 holiday-themed light displays all along a driving
path. The path is open for drivers from 5 to 10 p.m. each
night of the week through January 1.
We truly hope you set aside sometime during this hectic holiday season and enjoy some holiday cheer! You deserve it!
– Kolleen & Max Gygi, The MAX Team