Minneapolis Sights and Landmarks Guide, Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN US - SightsMinneapolis, the incredible city
Minneapolis city is a part of Twin cities of Minneapolis - Saint Paul and is considered as the largest in Minnesota. This place is known as county seat and is situated on the banks of Mississippi river. It is considered as the 16th largest of the metropolitan area of United States and has over 3.2 million of the residents.
Minneapolis is a beautiful city and is known far and wide for its abundant richness in water, harboring about 20 lakes and the wetlands, creeks, waterfalls and the Mississippi waterfronts. People travel here each year from all over the world in order to see the place that was once regarded as the flour milling capital of the world and a great hub for the timber. As Minneapolis is among the most literate of the American cities, hence it faces no trouble in treating the visitors well with great hospitality. As t features many theatres, visual arts, music and writing, a lot of creative minds from the world are attracted to the place. Minneapolis is also known very much for its charitable operations.
Tourist attractions in Minneapolis
If you are traveling all the way to Minneapolis then it is really worth it as there are incredible sights to behold in the city. The city of Minneapolis has great natural parks, waterfronts, museums, shopping districts and dining zones that can make you have the best of your Minneapolis trip.
The wonderful lakes of Minneapolis
As the city is well known for its lakes, here are some of them that you cannot just afford to miss visiting:
The Cedar Lake harbors a very shady swimming beach for public. The Lake of the Isles is known for the bird sanctuaries that it has on the islands along with the public skating rinks that are greatly groomed in winters. Lake Calhoun harbors boat rentals and an amazing public beach. The snack bar it has adds to its charm further. Lake Nokomis has great beaches, public access to boats, canoes, sail boats and kayaks. Minnehaha Creek and Harriet lakes are other two of the most popular lakes of the city that are a must visit.
Other great sights
The other great sights of the Minneapolis city include the fantastic museums it has. The Science Museum of Minnesota, the Children’s museum, the history center, the sculpture garden and the Mill City Museum are the top favorites of the tourists. The Como Park that is a glass domed conservatory is much cherished among children, as there is a free and an amusement park inside it. Minnesota zoo is another attraction along with the Valley Fair Amusement Park which has the right rides and incredible entertainment for you to have the most marvelous of the times.
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review by MadSuh posted more then 30 days ago
Minneapolis is one of the places with the highest standard of living. Major companies like 3M or Northwest Airlines are headquartered in Minneapolis. Minneapolis offers some sports teams as well as some great outdoor activities not too far away. If you are into shopping, they have the Mall of...
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- Spoonbridge and Cherry
travel tip by tiffiniflynnmn posted more then 30 days ago
Definitely one of the city's most visited sights, the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture is located in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. It's one of the most interesting and weird sculptures I have ever seen; it really is a huge...
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travel tip by tomtum posted more then 30 days ago
This unusual looking house is the joint creation of architects William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie. The house is built in the distinctive Prairie School style, a popular style in architecture in the late 19th century and early...
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travel tip by lizzy_a posted more then 30 days ago
The 32 floor Foshay Tower might not be very impressive when compared to mre modern sky-scrapers, but back when it was completed (in 1929), it was the tallest building in Minneapolis. It is an interesting building in the Art Dec style...
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