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Minneapolis Institute of Art

Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) Mia is a world-class art museum in an imposing neoclassical structure south of downtown Minneapolis. Its galleries feature a comprehensive lineup of fine art from throughout human history, from ancient China and Mesopotamia, to the European Renaissance and recent American movements. The extensive permanent collections are always free, but special exhibitions […]

. Stone Arch Bridge

 Stone Arch Bridge The Stone Arch Bridge is a 19th-century railroad bridge, now exclusively reserved for pedestrians and cyclists, spanning the Mississippi River between St. Anthony Main and the Mill District. A great vantage point for snapping photos of downtown Minneapolis, its 2,100-foot span is also perfect for keeping track of distance on your early-morning jog. Don’t miss the […]

Loring Park

Loring Park Loring Park is a compact green space in downtown Minneapolis. Surrounded by trendy eateries and expensive apartments, it’s a free oasis in an otherwise exclusive neighborhood. Loring Park is a popular festival space and serves as the endpoint of the annual Twin Cities Pride parade and festival, one of the country’s largest.

Hidden Falls Regional Park

Hidden Falls Regional Park St. Paul’s Hidden Falls Regional Park is just across the Mississippi River from Minnehaha Park. Surrounded by tall bluffs on either side, Hidden Falls Park is a great place for an early-morning hike, fishing excursion, or evening campfire.  

Farmers Market

  Be Prepared for the New 2020 Mill City Farmers Market Shopping Experience WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2020 AT 8:18AM | KIM ESLINGER | Please familiarize yourself with the new reality of Farmers Markets in the COVID-19 world Farmers markets are a vital part of our food system and are essential to our farmers. The State of Minnesota considers farmers markets […]

St. Anthony Falls

St. Anthony Falls/St. Anthony Main Located just across the Mississippi River from the Mill District, St. Anthony Main is Minneapolis’s oldest intact neighborhood. Its cobblestone streets sit just a few steps from St. Anthony Falls, the city’s original source of power and sole reason for existing. Interpretive plaques identify key ruins and points of interest […]

Kenny Chesney

Buy Tickets MAY 2, 2020 5:00PM Ticket Prices$40 – $265 On Sale On Sale Now Kenny Chesney Chillaxification Tour 2020 MAY 2, 20205:00 PM Buy Tickets Eight-time Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney is ready to take it back to the stadiums! His Chillaxification 2020 tour is designed to bring great music, good vibes and one of his most diverse lineups to some […]

Midtown Greenway

 Midtown Greenway The Midtown Greenway is an open, sub-grade bike highway that runs parallel to busy Lake Street, one of South Minneapolis’s most important thoroughfares, and connects the north shore of Lake Calhoun with West River Parkway. The Greenway is a great way to access Lake Street’s eclectic shops and venues without braving traffic on […]

Grow Strawberries and Tomatoes on your balcony

Strawberries Strawberries are one of the many fruits you can grow in pots, containers and hanging baskets on a balcony – find out how to plant up this strawberry container. Discover more fruits to grow in containers. Tomatoes Tomatoes are a versatile crop that can be grown in lots of containers including hanging baskets, troughs and window boxes, […]

Como Park

Como Park Como Park is one of St. Paul’s largest parks. It boasts several miles of trails and a small zoo with native and nonnative mammals, birds, and reptiles. The adjacent Marjorie MacNeely Conservatory has a host of lush, well-kept gardens, many in climate-controlled greenhouses. Admission to the entire complex is free, though there’s a suggested donation of […]