Exploring magnificent Minnesota

Land of 10,000 Lakes -
Known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota actually has more: 11,842 to be exact.

The Devil's Kettle -
The curiously-named Devil's Kettle is a mind- bending tourist attraction located in Judge C.R. Magney State Park, on Lake Superior's North Shore. 

Split Rock Lighthouse -
One of the most-photographed spots in the state, Split Rock Lighthouse is an intact 1910 light station sitting on a cliff edge on the rocky coast of Lake Superior. 

Boundary Waters -
If you want to get away from it all and take an active break in splendid isolation, Boundary Park is the place to do it.

Basilica of Saint Mary -
The Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis also merits a visit. Sitting pretty in the city's downtown and built in the early 1900s.

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory - For over 100 years, this flower-filled attraction in Saint Paul has been wowing visitors year-round. 

Mall of America -
Ready for some serious shopping? The Mall of America, 10 miles (16 km) south of Minneapolis, is the nation's biggest mall.

Minnesota State Fair -
State fair lovers should plan to be in Minnesota during late August and early September, for the Great Minnesota Get-Together. 

Mill Ruins Park - Visitors can cycle or stroll along across the Stone Arch Bridge at this intriguing park set among the ruins of water-powered mills.

Mill City Museum - It's now a fascinating museum, complete with vintage railroad cars and an enormous freight elevator that hoists visitors from floor to floor.

Walker Art Center -
This slick contemporary art center in Minneapolis was the upper Midwest's first public art gallery when it opened in 1927.

Minnesota Sculpture Garden -
Right next to the museum, the impressive Minnesota Sculpture Garden is one of the largest urban sculpture parks in the US.

Weisman Art Museum -
The eye-catching, Frank Gehry-designed exterior should be enough to entice you into this impressive Minneapolis gallery. 

State Capitol -
This stunning 1905  building in Saint Paul is a masterwork from Cass Gilbert, architect of the United States Supreme Court.

Minnesota History Center -
Minnesota excels at its kid-friendly approach to bringing the past to life.

Minneapolis Institute of Art - One of the largest art museums in the US, it houses more than 90,000 pieces of art from over 5,000 years of history.

Explore Minneapolis after dark -
Minneapolis has a famously lively nightlife scene, with each of its neighborhoods offering a distinctively different vibe.

Itasca State Park -
Established in 1891, this is Minnesota's oldest state park, and the spot where the Mississippi River begins its mighty journey towards the Gulf of Mexico.

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