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From amusement parks to art galleries, the Twin Cities metro has a variety of attractions that will satisfy anyone’s cultural diet
Artistic director Sarah Rasmussen is bringing one-person plays, music, puppets and new faces to the Jungle Theater in the 2018 season.read more
Fall under the Phantom's spell at the Orpheum Dec. 13-31 with a spectacular set, a cast and orchestra of 52, and Andrew Lloyd Weber's iconic melodies.read more
The Minnesota Orchestra welcomes you for the holidays with the world premiere of their show, “Home for the Holidays,” Dec. 21.read more
“Blithe Spirit” celebrates the farce, delivers humor and indulges in the perfect amount of pettiness at the Guthrie Theater (Nov. 25-Jan. 14).read more
Shop local for your holiday gift list with our top Minnesota-made picks in apparel, home goods, art and more.read more
“The Hip Hop Nutcracker” at the State Theatre Nov. 21-22 is a dance show for the youngest child, old school hip hop fans, dance lovers and more.read more
If you prefer more structured tours, Minneapolis and St. Paul have a number to choose from: Minneapolis/St. Paul Above the Falls Sports Segway Magical History Tour Twin Cities Trolley Adventures with a Locavore But if you're looking to blaze your own trails, here are...read more
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 •...read more
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