Local Attractions

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are home to hundreds of miles of on-street bike lanes, bike boulevards and dedicated paths. The number of miles of bike facilities has doubled in recent years.

Walker Art Center

The Walker Art Center emphasizes visual, performing, and media arts and is the 5th most visited modern/contemporary art museum in the United States.


Minnehaha Falls is a natural relic of Minneapolis and a must-see destination.

Mill City Museum

After a deadly explosion in 1878, the mill was reopened over a hundred years later to tell the tale of Minneapolis’s connection to flour.

Lake Harriet

Lake Harriet is crowned by the illustrious Lake Harriet Bandshell, a sought-after venue for live music in the park with a gorgeous lakeside view.


The Midtown Global Market reflects the ethnic diversity of Lake Street and celebrates Minnesota’s diverse heritage with delicious food and artistic expression.

Bde Maka Ska

The centrally-located Lake Bde Maka Ska is a local hotspot for its sandy shores, scenic walking and biking paths, and water sports.