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HERE ARE LINKS TO SOME FUN PLACES

Can Can Wonderland

Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center (a.k.a. CAFAC)

Goldstein Museum of Design

Guthrie Theater

Minneapolis Children's Theater

MN Children's Museum

Northern Clay Center

Center for Book Arts

MPLS Photo Center

Quench Jewelry Arts

Walker Art Center

MPLS Institute of Arts

The Bakken Museum

The Willey House

Orchestra Hall

The Ordway Theater

Broadway Tour (info)

Univ of MN Showboat

American Swedish Institute

MN History Center

Science Museum of MN

Museum of Russian Art

Saint Anthony Falls Heritage Trail

Eloise Butler Bird And Wildflower Garden

Quaking Bog Of Wirth Park

Minnehaha Falls Park

Northrup King Building

Casket Arts Building

Twin City Model Railroad Museum

Como Zoo and Conservatory

Historical Tours (info)

Art and Architecture

IKEA

Mall of America

Minneapolis Convention & Visitors Association

Saint Paul Convention & Visitors Association

Self-tour on the "Green Line train"

Explore Minnesota

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Sewing Lounge

Textile Center of Minnesota

Weaver's Guild of Minnesota weavers guild mn

WGM offers classes, supplies, tools, books and loads of inspiration!

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Bobbin House is centrally located in the Twin Cities Metro Area, with easy access to MANY entertainment and dining options!

 

Visit a bird and wildflower sanctuary Eloise Butler Garden

 

OR - Take an Historic Walk - just 10 minutes away via the "Green Line"

The St. Anthony Falls Heritage Trail: a self-guided 1.8 mile walking tour encompassing historic main street, Nicollet Island, the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, a portion of West River Parkway, the West Side Mills District, and the Stone Arch Bridge spanning the Mississippi River.

Hike or bike on the Saint Anthony Falls Heritage Trail and enter a place where the present brushes against the past. Signs provide stories and pictures about the area's past and information about recreational opportunities and attractions today. The trail connects nationally significant historic buildings, homes, and archaeological sites and stories, moving through a surprisingly abundant natural environment.

 

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