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Best Of Twin Cities
Twin Cities Showcase
The Minnesota State Fair
One of the largest State Fairs in the country! With approximately 2,000,000 visitors each year! It's located at the State Fair Grounds in Falcon Heights, just outside of St. Paul.
0 to 68 mph in less than 4 seconds! That's the Steel Venom. Valley Fair has been entertaining people for generations. (Shakopee)
The Mall Of America
With over 500 stores and an indoor amusement park compete with roller coasters, it's the largest indoor mall in America. This mall attracts visitors from all around the world. (Bloomington)
The iconic Minnehaha Falls is one of the most popular parks in the Twin Cities! (South Minneapolis)
Lake Harriet Bandshell
Enjoy a summer evening outdoor orchestra concert. (Southwest Minneapolis)
The Minnesota Arboretum
1,200 acres of gardens, run by the University of Minnesota. (Chaska)
Target Field / MN Twins
Home of the Minnesota Twins, this ballpark has spetacular views of Downtown! (Downtown Mpls)
Minnesota State Capitol
Located in Downtown St. Paul, it's worth the visit.
The Eagan Outlet Mall
The Twin Cities second outlet mall offers a unique indoor / outdoor feel. (Eagan)
US Bank Stadium / MN Vikings
A prominent building in downtown Minneapolis, this stadium is home to the Minnesota Vikings. (Downtown Mpls)
With 46 beers on tap every day, there's something for just about every beer lover. (SE Mpls / St Paul)
Wabasha St Cave / Gangster Tour
Gangsters had a large presence in St. Paul's history. Learn about local gangsters and how the caves were used over the last 150 years. (St. Paul)
Minnesota History Museum
Not only a museum, but also the headquarters of the MN Historical Society. (St. Paul)
James J Hill House
James J Hill was the CEO of the Great Northern Railroad, and often times known as "The Empire Builder." (St. Paul)
Mill City Museum
Mill City Museum is an explosive museum with tours of the ruins. Flour is what made Minneapolis. (Downtown Mpls)
Stone Arch Bridge
The foundation of Minneapolis, this historic bridge stands over the Mighty Mississippi River. (Downtown Mpls)
A celebration of winter in Minnesota. (Lake of the Isles)
Walker Art / Sculpture Garden
The iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry scuplture that draws people worldwide. (Downtown Mpls)
Just A Little Further
Franconia Sculpture Park
A 43 acre sculpture park complete with a 1/2 story house!
A nice getaway from the Twin Cities metro area, under an hour away.
Called the "Birthplace of Minnesota," Stillwater is locaed on the St. Croix River. The historic main street is known for antique shopping.
Just a little over 2 hours north of the Twin Cities lies this gem of a city. It's the gateway to the North Shore. Breathtaking views of Lake Superior.
The North Shore / Lutsen
The North Shore is where it is at. Silver Bay, Split Rock, Two Harbors, Tofte, Lutsen...
Just an hour away from the Twin Cities, Red Wing has lots to offer!
Bemidji / Mississippi Headwaters
Did you know you can walk across the Mississippi river? Here is the birthplace of the Might Mississippi, just outside Bemidji
Forestville / Mystery Caves
13 miles of underground caves to discover. Flashlight tours and an underground lake complete the experience.
Split Rock Lighthouse
The North Shore was deemed the "most dangerous piece of water in the world. Thlis lighthouse was built in 1910 to guide ships safely around the coast.
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