Lions & Tigers & Octopi Oh My!

Many know the state of Minnesota as the land of 10,000 lakes (there’s more than 11,000 actually), so it’s no surprise that we take natural habitats—and their inhabitants—seriously. Get an up-close-and-personal look at them all at two vastly different zoos and a world-class aquarium.

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory

Minnesota’s oldest zoo houses more than 60 species, an outdoor music venue, and the beautiful Conservatory. This community zoo is just that—quaint enough to stroll through, yet big enough to see many exotic animals.

Flowers at the Como Regional Park Majorie McNeely Conservatory.

Sensational State Parks: Como Regional Park

With a zoo, gardens, pool, picnic areas, athletic fields and much more, Como Regional Park in St. Paul is one of the best places to play this summer.

Minnesota Zoo

The Minnesota Zoo offers a variety of exotic animals as well as daily feedings, demos and shows, such as the Tropical Reef Dive Show and the Monk Seal Demo.

Sea Life Aquarium at Mall of America

SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium

Dive into, well not literally anyway, an underwater adventure by visiting SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium down in the belly of the Mall of America.

People observing art in an airy room in an art museum

Top 10 Rainy Day Activities in the Twin Cities

The Twin Cities have fun activities for all ages no matter what the weather forecast says.

Inside the Minneapolis Institute of Art looking at hanging paintings on pristine white walls.

Immersive Experiences

Get a unique look at these Twin Cities attractions with unforgettable tours and experiences.

View of a twilight horse race from the stands at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack.

Top Twin Cities Attractions

From zoos and amusement parks to shopping and outdoor fun, the Twin Cities have a mile-long list of must-see attractions.


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