The history, art, culture and beauty of Minneapolis are marvels that must be experienced rather than witnessed. Nature meets skyscrapers, blending together to create unique sights and attractions that can only be experienced in Minneapolis. Tour the city with a knowledgeable guide, or venture into an adventure of your own; either way, the life of this city will unfold before your eyes.
In Minneapolis, spectators become participants, so get ready to immerse yourself in our culture.
Completed in 1905, the Minnesota State Capitol is used by the Minnesota Governor, Supreme Court, Senate and House of Representatives. Designed by Cass Gilbert, who was known for his classical style and pioneering skyscrapers, the Capitol features the second-largest self-supporting marble dome in the world, works by important 19th and 20th century artists and battle flags from the Civil and Spanish-American Wars. While currently undergoing a three-year renovation, the Capitol remains open to visitors for daily tours. The Minnesota State Capitol is one of 26 historic sites and museums operated by the Minnesota Historical Society.
Minnesota Wine Country Tours provides specialized winery tours for individual groups, wedding parties, large groups and special corporate tour events. Our smaller vehicles can accommodate groups from 6 to 14 people. We can also arrange tours for larger corporate events using full service, first class motor coaches. Free pick up and drop off at all area hotels, or your pre-arranged location within the Twin Cities Area.
Nickelodeon Universe is the nation's largest family indoor theme park with over 30 remarkable rides and attractions that shape the seven-acre park, which also features nine places to eat, entertainment and shopping.
Step into a reconstructed fur post from the winter of 1804. Meet a French Voyageur, a British fur trade clerk and visit an Ojibwe encampment. The visitor center houses an expansive exhibit gallery with a 24-foot birch canoe, a 30-foor tall stone fireplace and a gift shop. The Snake River heritage trails are open year round for hiking, snowshoeing and skiing. The North West Company Fur Post is one of 26 historic sites and museums operated by the Minnesota Historical Society.