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Part of the Twin Cities, along with St. Paul, Minneapolis offers lots of exciting attractions, especially for families and couples.


Feed your need for arts and culture in the Twin Cities, or connect with the great outdoors along one of many wooded lakes. Minnesota is known as the "Land of 10, Lakes," though it actually has 11, Water defines this state, and visitors will find charming lakeside resorts as well as wilderness to be explored only by paddlers. Even the Twin Cities can claim to be lakeside destinations, although Minneapolis' and Saint Paul's big-city attractions not to mention the Mississippi River usually outshine the metro-area lakes. Tap ahead to find out about 20 of our favorite experiences in Minnesota, from Brainerd 's lakeland fun to Minneapolis ' theater scene.

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Just miles north of the Twin Cities, Brainerd is firmly in the lakelands—lots of pine trees and plenty of Paul Bunyan kitsch. The shores here are sprinkled with resorts from old-school to woodsy chicshops, restaurants, state parks and trails. North of Duluth on State, the turnoffs for fabulous state parks come one after another, like Burma Shave s flashing past your window: Gooseberry FallsSplit Rock Lighthouse picturedTettegouche.

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All told, eight parks sit along the North Shore, loaded with waterfalls, forest trails and achingly beautiful Lake Superior views. Tucked among north-central Minnesota's trees and lakes, you'll find generations-old resorts like Fair Hills Resort, pictured built around screen-door cabins and a refusal to gentrify. Downtown Detroit Lakes features a mile-long beach near streets of everyday shops, not just gift stores. Throw in simple pleasures like water-skiing lessons, a huge flea market and a county fair, and you don't get much more Parent Trap Hayley Mills version than this—and that's why people love it.

Related: Detroit Lakes Trip Guide. Three words best describe this Root River Valley town of outdoors, agriculture and arts. Mostly, visitors come for the trail system. Lanesboro miles southeast of the Twin Cities stands at the heart of the area's paved multi-use trails, including the mile Root River State Trail and the mile Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail. Many travelers bring their own bikes, but you also can rent them. Be sure to get a trail map before heading out.

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Art galleries, a seasonal farmers market and a professional theater round out a weekend trip here. Related: Top Things to Do in Lanesboro.

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Tucked into a natural Lake Superior harbor miles northeast of Duluththis town of 1, has a surprising arts scene. You can poke around shops downtown such as the Sivertson Art Gallerywhere the creations of regional artists reflect the influence of the lake pictured. Or head to the North House Folk School for classes topics include boat-building and basket-weavingfilms and even concerts. The creative spirit extends to area restaurants, where chefs work culinary magic with fresh-caught lake fish.

Want a glam night out at the theater?

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Look no further than Minneapolishome to more theater seats per capita than any city outside of New York. Our pick: The legendary Guthrie picturednow housed in a spectacular complex on the Mississippi River. Take an architectural tour during the day, and then come back at night for a play and dinner or drinks in one of the Guthrie's restaurants.

Related: Top Things to Do in Minneapolis. The lovely mile route of the Minnesota River Valley Scenic Byway, which parallels US on its east end, starts in a broad valley near Belle Plaine 45 miles southwest of Minneapolisthen he south before veering west at Mankato. Apple stands and a soda fountain await in Hendersonwhile New Ulm has handsome Germanic brick architecture including the August Schell mansion pictured and a working glockenspiel.

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Morgan Creek Vineyardsjust east of town, opens for tours and tastings on the weekends. Related: Top 10 Things to Do in Mankato. Situated on the Mississippi, Wabasha is famous for its wintering eagle population and as the setting for the movie Grumpy Old Men. At the National Eagle Centeryou can learn about resident eagles and see live eagles up close.

Hour-long educational feeding programs are held several times a day. If you want to spot eagles in the wild, winter's the best time to visit. Eagles migrate from more northern homes as their feeding sites freeze. The big attraction in Wabasha: A stretch of the Mississippi River near Lake Pepin that usually stays ice-free-and has plenty of gizzard shad, one of eagles' favorite foods. Related: Top Stops in Wabasha. Twenty miles north of Park Rapids, old-growth forest holds the burbling, clear source of the Mississippi river. Most people come to Itasca State Park to walk the Mississippi headwaters, but the forest's massive pines, sparkling Lake Itasca and miles of hiking trails and paved bike paths might steal the show.

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Visit both the Jacob V. More than 40 million people visit the Mall of America10 miles south of Minneapolis, each year. The nation's biggest mall has more than stores, dozens of restaurants, an indoor amusement park, an aquarium and a butterfly garden.

A little planning before your outing will ensure you're not overwhelmed. Go to the mall's website for information on store locations, hours, parking, events and promotions-and a handy coupon book. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes, and leave your coat in the car the mall is 70 degrees year-round.

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Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge rises more than 20 times each day for boats-and skyscraper-size ships-traveling between Lake Superior and Duluth Harbor. No matter how many times you see it, the scene never gets old. At the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Centerlearn about the lake's shipping industry and try your hand on a pilothouse wheel. The Great Lakes Aquarium is home to playful otters, gigantic sturgeon and more. Related: Duluth Area Trip Guide. At the northeastern tip of Minnesota, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness qualifies as a backpacker's paradise, where paddles and boots replace motors, campfires replace ovens, and loons provide the background music for all.

Travelers paddle from lake to lake, portaging gear in between.

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Solo trips are common, but outfitters in getaway towns, including ElyCrane LakeGrand Marias and Tofte can provide able guides and supplies to orchestrate the trip. Sharp-eyed visitors spot moose, black bears and bald eagles.

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Townspeople in Northfield gunned down most of the Jesse James gang when it attempted to rob the First National Bank in ; only Jesse and brother Frank escaped. Now, somecelebrate the victory at the annual Defeat of Jesse James Days event in September, with bank raid re-enactments, a parade, arts and crafts show, antique tractor pull and other events.

Northfield 44 miles south of Minneapolis also is home to the Northfield Historical Society Museumwhich includes the restored office of the First National Bank. The outlaw spirit also lives on at The Hideawaywhere a bistro-style menu includes items named for Jesse and his gang. Related: Northfield Trip Guide.

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Arounda forward-thinking farmer bought up the dying town of Forestville and patiently waited for the state to recognize what he had saved. Today, interpreters chat with visitors in this beautifully resurrected pioneer town miles south of Saint Paul. The village shares a park with Minnesota's longest caveopen for tours in the summer, and is 16 miles west of Lanesboro. Related: Lanesboro Area Trip Guide. As a quiet neighbor to St. Paul, historic Stillwater lures Twin Cities locals and vacationers to the scenic banks of the St. Croix River.

The 5. Shoppers will find plenty of stops on Main Street; when you're ready for a rest, check out Gondola Romantica for a soothing ride along the river. For a taste of the countryside, buy or pick apples at Aamodt's Apple Farm. Related: Top Stops in Stillwater. The world's largest mill— the Washburn A. Mill— ground enough flour in a day to make 12 million loaves of bread. The Minneapolis building now houses the Mill City Museumwhich re-creates old-school flour production days with period equipment, railroad cars and a floor-by-floor tour in a giant freight elevator.

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The glass elevator rises from the rubble of Mill Ruins Park, with the iconic Gold Medal flour overhead. A mix of culture and nature flows through Winona, on a Mississippi River sandbar about miles southeast of Minneapolis. Victorian antiques keep things authentic at the Alexander Mansion Historic bed and Breakfast. Related: Two-Day Getaway to Winona. How do you get around a ,acre national park that doesn't have any ro?

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The answer is the main reason people visit this park on the Canadian border: boats. To explore Voyageurs ' some lakes Rainy and Namekan are the biggest and find the solitude this park is famous for, you need something that floats. Some folks spend a day on a guided walleye fishing trip and stay at a resort in one of the shore towns of International Falls or tiny Ranier.

Others motor around on houseboats, watching for moose by day and anchoring at a different island each night for sunset and a campfire. The architect of the U. Supreme Court building deed this stunner in Saint Pau l. Among its impressive features: the quadriga, or golden horses, on the exterior of the building.

Deed by Daniel Chester French sculptor of the Lincoln Memorialthe figures are made of copper and covered with gold leaf. Check website for tour availability. Think our winters are a bear? Steaming geysers and erupting volcanoes evoke the wild Russian Far East, and you'll watch 1,pound grizzlies roam the Apple Valley grounds and catch live trout. Neighbors in the exhibit include sea otters, leopards and wild boar.

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