Take a walk in one of 5,000 parks in Minneapolis

Walking down Minneapolis trails

Home to Mall of Amer­i­ca, Min­neapo­lis forms Twin Cities” with the neigh­bor­ing state cap­i­tal of St. Paul and is full of lush nature. Take a tour of down­town by kayak, or catch live music at Min­neapo­lis Music and Movies in the Parks dur­ing the sum­mer. When the weath­er is just right, go apple pick­ing at the Min­neso­ta Land­scape Arbore­tum and col­lect Minnesota’s famous apple: the Hon­ey­crisp. Tour a craft brew­ery, get a hands-on his­to­ry les­son about the state’s flour indus­try at Mill City Muse­um and vis­it the club that made Prince famous – First Avenue. Don’t for­get to take a pic­ture with his gold star on the wall. Bring your fur-baby to near­ly 2 acres of off-leash dog park at Lake of the Isles, and dis­cov­er all the nature Min­neapo­lis has to offer. 

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Min­neapo­lis-St Paul Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (MSP)

Minneapolis skyline

Min­neapo­lis-St. Paul Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (MSP) is not part of any city but is nes­tled among sev­er­al. The air­port is sur­round­ed by Min­neapo­lis, St. Paul and the sub­ur­ban cities of Bloom­ing­ton, Eagan, Men­do­ta Heights and Richfield.

MSP has one air­field with four run­ways and two ter­mi­nal build­ings — Ter­mi­nal 1‑Lindbergh and Ter­mi­nal 2‑Humphrey ‑each with adjoin­ing park­ing ramp facil­i­ties. Trav­el­ers who need to trans­fer from one ter­mi­nal to the oth­er use the light rail tran­sit ser­vice. There is no pedes­tri­an access between the buildings.

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