5 Places To Visit In Minnesota
From state capital Minneapolis to areas of natural beauty including Gooseberry Falls, there are plenty of places to visit in Minnesota.
Planning a trip? Here are the top places you just can't miss!
πŸ“ Split Rock Lighthouse. This pretty lighthouse is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior.
It was built at the start of the 1900s after a huge storm in which 29 ships were lost.
It costs $10 to enter. Climb the tower, take in the views, then walk to the beach for some stunning photos.
πŸ“ Gooseberry Falls State Park. Spend a day exploring the many waterfalls, hiking trails and beauty spots.
Around 45 minutes drive from Duluth, this is a popular spot for families in the summer. Kids (and big kids) will love paddling in the water here.
πŸ“ Cannon Falls. Not far from Red Wing, you can get out on the water for a day kayaking or tubing.
πŸ“ Red Wing. This city is located on the Mississippi River and has a cool shopping and bar scene.
Head to the Red Wing Brewery for a tasting session. The brewery opened in 1951 and serves up small-batch beers and delicious pizzas.
πŸ“ Minneapolis. This vibrant city has a great atmosphere and is known for its top food scene.
The Lynhall is a great option if you're looking for a mix of dishes and cocktails in a foodhall environment.
Don't miss a trip to the city's famous sculpture garden. It's free to enter and features artworks by famous international artists.
Whether you're craving nature...
... or the buzz of a city, there's somewhere in Minnesota for you!
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