Sea Salt at Minnehaha Falls
Make sure to grab your camera, the Minnehaha Falls are beautiful. This is one place that we frequent in the Summer. It's a great spot to bring out of town guests too. My husband grabs a beer and waits in line for Sea Salt. I take the kids to run around while we wait. Food, Music, A small Hike near the falls & finish it off with an ice cream cone! Perfect Spring Evening!
Spectacular and intimate ... breathtaking views ... dazzling amenities ... and a staggering array of special features! Those are just a few things you can find in your experience at Target Field, the world class home of Twins Territory.
Como Zoo and Conservatory provides a balanced combination of fun, family and education. Its mission is to inspire our public to value the presence of living things in our lives. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is open 365 days a year and admission is free. Guests are invited to make a voluntary donation to help care for the plants and animals. Suggested donation is $3 for adults and $2 for children. Opens April 26th, 2017
Grand Rounds Scenic Byway
The system consists of seven segments:
Downtown Riverfront: 1.2 miles
- Chain of Lakes: 13.3 miles
- Minnehaha: 12.6 miles
- Mississippi River: 9.2 miles
- Northeast: 6 miles
- Victory Memorial: 3.8 miles
- Theodore Wirth: 4 miles
Local farmer’s markets have sprung up everywhere, and many people are enjoying the benefits associated with being able to drive a few miles to pick up fresh produce and other products.
See a full list of Markets here: www.liveandlovemn.com/blog/farmersmarkets
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
The delightful promise of spring has arrived, and with it comes the chance to get out in nature, explore, and see the Arboretum literally come to life a little more each day. 32,000 early spring bulbs were planted in large groupings last fall for a showier spring than ever before.
Walk the Stone Arch Bridge
I love to go places where I can take amazing photos. This photo was taken of the Mill City Museum. Parking is so easy around the museum. Grab your camera and take a hike!
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