to Minneapolis & St. Paul

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Visit Twin Cities is your insider’s guide to everything that Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs have to offer in dining, shopping, entertainment and attractions. All this along with a host of suggested itineraries arm visitors and residents with the know-how to get out and explore the region—and it is all housed in one easy-to-navigate site, complete with our best kept City Secrets.



What are the best bars to go to before a Twins game?

If you’ve got tickets for a Thursday night game and are in the mood for some deals, you’re in luck. From 5:30-6:30 p.m. find deeply discounted happy hour prices that include $2 drafts, $2 rails and a number of appetizer specials. Find these specials in the Town Ball Tavern, Hrbek’s, the outdoor pub located on Club Level and the Gate 6 bar.

Activities for a multi-generational group?

Visiting Minneapolis and St. Paul with a multi-generational group? There are plenty of activities that are just as fun for young children as grandparents. Check out our list before for some family friendly ideas.

  • The Minnesota Children’s Museum or the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul.
  • The Chain of Lakes (5 interconnecting lakes just outside of Minneapolis) where you can rent canoes, kayaks and bicycles.
  • Minnehaha Falls where there you can take a short hike to the Mississippi River and see a 53-foot waterfall.
  • Can Can Wonderland, an indoor 18-hole mini golf course with art-designed holes and a fun atmosphere.


From north to south and east to west, there are decidedly different vibes in every corner of the Twin Cities. Art lovers, dog walkers, boutique shoppers and park hoppers will all find a place to love here, even if only for a few hours.

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