Explore Minneapolis

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Explore Minneapolis2019-05-27T18:40:25+00:00

US Bank Stadium

The Regional Meeting will be held less than five blocks from the new US Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings! This stadium boasts with fans during football season and during the variety of concerts that are hosted throughout the year.

Mill City Museum

Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory

The park is filled with impressive works of art and historic structures; and you don’t want to miss the breathtaking gardens and galleries of the conservatory.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

One of the largest urban sculpture gardens in the country, with 40 impressive art installations and several temporary pieces. It is located a very short walking distance from the Walker Art Center, which is one of the nation’s “top five” museums for modern art.

Stone Arch Bridge

The impressive bridge crosses the Mississippi River and was built in the 1880’s. It is a great place for biking, running and walking with gorgeous views of the river and the city.

Nicollet Mall

The impressive bridge crosses the Mississippi River and was built in the 1880’s. It is a great place for biking, running and walking with gorgeous views of the river and the city.

Minnehaha Falls

From the waterfall to the creek to the Mississippi River, this state park is wonderful for walking and hiking in all seasons! It is perfect for families or individuals who enjoy the outdoors and scenic views.

Target Field

Target Field is the home ballpark of the Minnesota Twins. Costing nearly $545 million, this ballpark is impressively large and seats 40,000 while featuring one of the closest seating bowls to the playing field in all of Major League Baseball.

Lake Calhoun

As the largest lake in Minneapolis, surrounded by city park land and biking/walking trails, this lake is a highly popular destination for locals and tourists. It is also an excellent place for outdoor activities such as canoeing, fishing, wind surging, swimming, sailing and biking.

Information is courtesy of Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, the Depot: “Nearby Attractions