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With its slew of state-of-the-art sports facilities and professional teams, the Twin Cities offer some of the most exciting sports in the Midwest. Grab your caps, helmets, and jerseys and take it all in.

What Are Some Fun and Unique Things to do in the Twin Cities?

The Twin Cities has no shortage of fun and unique things to see and do, here are some of our favorites: • Exploring the Mall of America • Como Park Zoo and Conservatory • Walking around the newly reopened Minneapolis Sculpture Garden • Visiting the Chain of Lakes •...

What Are Some Fun Things to do for a Guys Football Trip?

The Twin Cities are loaded with activities for a guy's weekend. The metro is home to more than 40 breweries, including the lauded and award-winning Surly Brewing Co. in Prospect Park. Metro Transit's Blue and Green Lines will also bring you to downtown Minneapolis and...

How will the Target Center renovation impact season schedules?

The Target Center is currently undergoing a major renovation that started last spring. The venue will continue to host all its normal events until Summer 2017 when interior construction begins. While this schedule doesn’t affect the Minnesota Timberwolves, the two-time WNBA champion Lynx will move their home play to the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul…

Are there any college teams worth catching a game for?

The University of Minnesota is one of the larger universities in the country and supports 25 Division 1 men’s and women’s teams. Some standout Golden Gopher sports at the college are football and women’s soccer…

Which sports facilities are best for spectators?

The recently built U.S. Bank Stadium can’t be beat if you’re looking for the best place to watch a game of football. Twice the size of its predecessor, the Metrodome, the stadium boasts 66,200-72,000 seats (the number can change depending on the event), VIP club lounges…

What are your professional sports teams here?

We have several professional teams that play for the great state of Minnesota. The Minnesota Twins play ball at Target Field, a LEED-certified baseball stadium with plenty of seating and awesome concessions…


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