Twin Cities Gateway
On the northern edge of the Twin Cities - easy access to the excitement of metropolitan life while offering extensive recreation and small town charm.
Mall of America
The nation’s largest retail & entertainment complex - 4.2 million square feet & home to 520 world-class shops, Nickelodeon Universe, SEA LIFE Aquarium, a Radisson Blu Hotel & more. In Bloomington.
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Each city offers their own approach to an exciting arts scene, landmark architecture, terrific restaurants and intriguing museums.
The Gunflint Trail
As you meander on up from the shores of Lake Superior to the banks of the Boundary Waters you’ll wind your way through 57 miles of beautiful boreal forests and past glacial Gunflint Trail lakes.
Lake Country Scenic Byway
Often called the Playground of the North. Lakes and rivers, public forests and parks, recreational trails, golf courses and more offer outdoor adventures.
The Whitefish Chain of Lakes is a set of 14 interconnected lakes and situated between the communities of Crosslake, Pequot Lakes and Pine River.
Brainerd Lakes Area
The region is an outdoor paradise, boasting more than 500 lakes and rivers, beautiful parks forests and world class golf. Two hours north of the Twin Cities.
Perfectly positioned as your home away from home in the Twin Cities metro area. Just minutes from Mall Of America & Nickelodeon Universe Amusement Park.
Located on the beautiful St. Croix River just east of the Twin Cities. Unique shopping, dining, lodging and entertainment are all wrapped inside this quaint and charming rivertown where time stands still.
Timber Bay Lodge
Located on Birch Lake near Ely and the Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoe Area (BWCA). A modern resort (with both cabins and houseboats!) located deep in the heart of the Superior National Forest.
Charles Lindbergh House
The famous aviator spent boyhood summers and a few winters in Little Falls. The visitor center with state of the art exhibits tells more of the family story.
Mn Fishing Museum
Located in Little Falls - dedicated to preserving the heritage and history of freshwater fishing in Minnesota with over 10,000 artifacts.
Stretches 37 miles across northeastern Minnesota and encompasses over 40,000 acres, 365 islands and hundreds of protected bays.
Mill City Museum
Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, the museum is located on the Mississippi Riverfront. Learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and Minneapolis.
Minnesota History Center
An interactive museum with both permanent and changing exhibits. The building is also home to the Minnesota Historical Society library and archives. Located in St. Paul.
Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park
Explore the world of Mystery Cave with its stalactites, stalagmites, and underground pools in southern Minnesota.
Settled by German immigrants 4 years before Minnesota became a state. Today this community, 90 miles southwest of the Twin Cities, offers one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants to important historical sites.
Historic River Town in Southern Minnesota and one of the most beautiful places in the country, nestled between the covered limestone river bluffs that rise 500 feet and the stunning mighty Mississippi River.
Schubert Club Museum
Located in St. Paul, the museum holds a world-class collection comprised of over 100 historic keyboards, hundreds of instruments from around the world.
Mn Landscape Arboretum
More than 1,000 acres of magnificent gardens, model landscapes, woodlands, wetlands and prairie. Located in suburban Minneapolis.
International Wolf Center
Advancing the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future. Located in Ely.
Sea Life Aquarium
Located in the Mall of America, it is home to more than 10,000 aquatic creatures, including a large collection of sharks, sea turtles, stingrays and freshwater fish.
Grand View Lodge
A historic golf, conference and spa resort on the shores of Gull Lake offering cabins, lodge rooms, golf condos and town homes. Three championship golf courses.
Bloomington - Team Sports Venue
With 40 hotels, numerous sports venues and free transportation to Mall of America, Bloomington is an excellent choice for your next tournament or event.
Whether you're canoeing into the unspoiled, world-famous Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) or relaxing at one of Ely's full-service resorts, you're sure to discover the last great pure experience!
The St. Paul Hotel
Known for its old-world charm and European inspired elegance. A superb location, premier services, style and sophistication make The Saint Paul Hotel one of the Midwest’s finest lodging experiences.
Built in the early 1820s, the fort is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, and much more.
The Source of the Mississippi and Birthplace of Paul Bunyan. Hundreds of lakes may be found within a 25 mile radius from Bemidji. The region is known as one of the finest sporting grounds in America.
The Rourke Art Museum
Featuring the art of our Upper Midwest region; art by important 20th Century artists and art from the cultures that inspired those artists. Located in Moorhead.
Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast
Located in New Ulm, the specialty of this historic home is providing guests with comfortable surroundings and flavorful cuisine.
Bluefin Bay Resort
On the shores of Lake Superior - in-suite fireplaces, whirlpool baths and breathtaking views of the world’s largest freshwater lake.
Split Rock Lighthouse
One of Minnesota's Landmarks. Restored to its 1920s appearance, the lighthouse offers a glimpse of lighthouse life in this spectacular setting.
Bloomington sits at the doorstep of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and is home to the world renowned MALL OF AMERICA®.
Mn Children's Museum
Great family fun & learning in St. Paul. Imagination and fun collide in interactive exhibits under one kid-controlled roof.
Biking in Minnesota
The American Trails organization named Minnesota the “Best Trails State.”