There are many great things to do and to see in Minneapolis. It’s time to get outdoors and enjoy all that the Twin Cities have to offer!
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is an 11-acre park with 40 art pieces located throughout the garden. Here you will find a perfect union between greenspace and cultural life. The whole park is filled with amazing sculpture items but the iconic Spoon with Cherry located in the middle of a lake is must-sees while visiting the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden!
Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Located just a mile from The Mall of America, the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge is a 14,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge in eastern and central Minnesota. To name a few things, the Refuge offers biking and hiking trails, areas to observe many different critters, and a butterfly garden.
Lake Nokomis is one of the many lakes located in the heart of Minneapolis. Lake Nokomis is easy to walk around and offers great views with every step you take. There are spots for water sport rentals, many trees for hammocks, and plenty of spaces to sit and enjoy the beach!
Stone Arch Bridge
Stone Arch Bridge is a year-round beauty. To absorb the beauty of the urban metropolitan area of Minneapolis, the beautiful architecture of this old bridge is a wonderful way to see the river and mini-falls. For those looking to get some exercise, there is a walking path for pedestrians as well as a bike path for bikers to enjoy the scenic Mill Ruins Park along the Mississippi River. Stone Arch Bridge is a great way to spend an afternoon!
Como Park Zoo is one of the last free zoos in the United States. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is home to a wide array of
animals and plants and is open to visitors 365 days a year. The Conservatory includes a variety of plants and greenery guaranteed to brighten up any day!
Posted on October 15, 2020
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