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8 Fun Things To Do In Minnesota

8 Fun Things To Do In Minnesota


Traveling is fun, but it can get messy. Sorting out your papers to travel has been the bane of many travelers. You can avoid all that through the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation or ESTA. With an ESTA VISA, you can travel around the USA for up to 90 days. One place you can travel to is Minnesota. Here’s a list of fun things you can do there.

Immerse Yourself in Nature

Minnesota has a lot of great parks and trails to make you feel at one with nature. If you want to hike or do some backpack camping, then try the Superior Hiking Trail found at North Shore. It is a 300 Mile hiking trail that takes you along the rocky ridgeline over Lake Superior. Then there is the Gitchi-Gami State Trail. The 86 mile stretch will take you on a journey that connects five state parks, multiple communities, scientific nature areas, and historic sites.

Explore Different Works of Art

Found in Brainerd, the former Franklin Junior High School building is now the Franklin Arts Center thanks to Artspace. This multipurpose art center has 37,775 square feet for artists to use as studios and is even open for arts-based organizations and arts-friendly businesses. Then there are another 36,247 square feet operated by Brainerd School District for community programs. This space is perfect to learn from local artists and even enjoy special events every second Saturday of the month.

If you want something more traditional, then you can go visit the Minneapolis Museu, of Art. Not only is in the top 10 list of Comprehensive US Art Museums, but it is also easy on the pockets as admission is free. If that is still not enough, then you can check out the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden which showcases over 40 works of art. Then there is the Franconia Sculpture Park at Shafer. Open year round this location holds over 100 large scale sculptures.

See the City and Its Culture

There is more to Minnesota than just nature and art. The city itself is an interesting place for any touring visitor. You can check out the Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers in Pipestone. It is one of the few buildings made out of yellow brick. It is found on the Historic Register. Inside you can find the Pipemakers gift shop, an Indian art gallery, and a display of Native American items.

For a more urban look at the place, you can try the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway in Minneapolis. The 50-mile route at the heart of the city gives visitors a great view of the downtown skyline. At the same time, it is still refreshing with the greenery and waterways making it feel like a rural byway.

Enjoy Some Odd Landmarks

It may be a cozy place, but Minnesota has its quirks and oddities. For example, you can take a picture with the lumberjack of Folklore Paul Bunyan and his trusty companion the blue bull Babe. They can be …