Minneapolis along with the state capital of St. Paul are known as the “Twin Cities”. The river Mississippi bisects this city in Minnesota. The city has a large number of lakes, parks and museums of historic significance. The Walker Art Center is a cultural landmark in the city that truly adds to its credentials for tourism.
Places to visit-
- Mall of America- It is a theme park and a huge shopping complex.
- Minnehaha Park- There are beautiful waterfalls and biking trails.
- Walker Art Center- It is an art museum and also a cultural landmark in the city.
- Mill City Museum- It is a flour industry built into a museum because of the brilliant and innovative ideas that have been used for its working.
- Minneapolis Sculpture Garden- The garden has modern sculptures and landscapes to keep tourists entertained.
- Stone Art Bridge- This long span bridge is a city landmark and allows only pedestrians and bicycles.
- Nickelodeon Universe- It is a shopping area where one can buy TV station merchandise.
- Guthrie Theatre- It has 3 stages, restaurant and bar and is an iconic venue for live entertainment.
- Saint Anthony Falls- It is the city dam built in a vast area and allows for tours also.
- Lake Harriet
- Bde Maka Ska
- First Avenue
Places to stay-
- Aloft Minneapolis- It is a modern 3-star hotel with a buzzy bar and a fitness center.
- Graduate Minneapolis- It is built entirely in red bricks and offers a gastropub fire pit and gym.
- Millennium Hotel Minneapolis- It is a posh hotel offering 16 meeting spaces and a restaurant and bar for the guests.
- Kimpton Grand Hotel Minneapolis- It is an old hotel built in 1912 with upscale rooms and suites for the distinguished guests.