Where are the Top Spots for Arts and Crafts for the Family Near Minneapolis?

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 at 11:22am.

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When you’re looking for places to take the family in Minneapolis for arts and crafts, you have several great options. It’s a great way to spend time with your family learning a new skill, practicing techniques and bonding over a unique activity.

It’s not only great for families, but it’s the type of place you can drop the kids off for the afternoon or for adults to try a date night activity. Get your family more creative at these top spots around Minneapolis featuring arts and crafts.

Break Time Craft Studio – 820 North East 4th Street, Grand Rapids

Just outside of Minneapolis is the Break Time Craft Studio in Grand Rapids. It features opportunities for all skill levels to try painting and decorating ceramics. Older children like to try different pottery options and glass mosaics, wind chimes and jewelry. Younger kids will be able to try many great options as well. Bring the babies so you can have their toes and fingers made into handprint and footprint keepsakes. Plus, adults can sip on a cup of joe while the little ones play. There are new options to paint every week.

Austin ArtWorks Center – 300 North Main Street, Austin

Check out Austin ArtWorks Center which features a Family Paint series. It’s the place to go for families to bond together over a single canvas where everyone gets to be a part of the artwork experience. it’s a fun opportunity to create something together and then take it home to hang on the wall.

It costs $25 - $30 to take part in and it will last just 2 hours on a Saturday. Try other events and classes which feature beginning clay classes, musical performances and an introduction to knitting.

Created To Grow – 2904 Pentagon Drive, St. Anthony

Created To Grow is a great place to check out for families that want to try a fun project together in the Twin Cities area. You’ll learn techniques used by master painters and get to make art that celebrates cultures from around the world.

They also have a program that allows you to repurpose recycled art. Bring kids into the toy room to play when they start to get tired and let the rest of the family finish up their artwork. There is even open studio for those that want to drop-in.

Check out these top spots for family arts and crafts near Minneapolis.

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