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#1 Chain of Lakes Described on by one resident as, "A must for visitors who wish to understand our city," no trip to the Land of 10,000 Lakes is complete without a ... Read more » Geoffrey Kuchera / Shutterstock

#2 Stone Arch Bridge The Stone Arch Bridge is a must-see for any architecture buff. This 2,100-foot granite and limestone bridge (featuring a total of 23 arches) was constructed in 1883 and was ... Read more » photo.ua / Shutterstock

#3 Guthrie Theater Named for founder Sir Tyrone Guthrie, the downtown theater is one of the nation's most renowned and one of the city's most beloved treasures. Opening in 1963 with ... Read more » Mark Vancleve / Courtesy of the Guthrie Theater

#4 Mill City Museum To learn more about Minneapolis' industrious past, take some time to tour the Mill City Museum. Situated on the west bank of the Mississippi River and housed in what was once ... Read more » Courtesy the Minnesota Historical Society

#5 Minneapolis Institute of Art Sheltering more than 83,000 works of art that span more than 5,000 years, the Minneapolis Institute of Art is the place to go if you're an art ... Read more » Mykl Roventine / Flickr

#6 Mall of America If you're facing a rainy day or simply can't bear the weight of your wallet, the largest shopping mall in the country is a welcome distraction. With more ... Read more » Jeffrey J Coleman / Shutterstock

#7 Minnehaha Park Sprawling along the banks of the Mississippi River, Minnehaha Park offers respite from the fast-paced atmosphere of Minneapolis. Situated about 6 miles southeast of central Minneapolis, the 193-acre park is ... Read more » Joseph Scott Photography / Shutterstock

#8 Walker Art Center Even if you're not incredibly passionate about art, a spin through the Walker Art Center is worth a few hours. It's famous for its collection of modern and ... Read more » photo.ua / Shutterstock

#9 Midtown Global Market If you're looking for a more unique shopping experience, skip the Mall of America and head to the Midtown Global Market, where more than 50 vendors sell food and ... Read more » Meet Minneapolis / Flickr

#10 Minnesota Zoo Situated about 30 minutes south of downtown Minneapolis in the suburb of Apple Valley, this 485-acre complex shelters an impressive menagerie of more than 4,700 animals  from camels ... Read more » Courtesy the Minnesota Zoo

#11 Historic Fort Snelling Established in the early 19th century as a frontier outpost, Fort Snelling is the oldest structure in Minnesota. Its perch over the converging point of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers ... Read more » Karla Caspari / Shutterstock

#12 Weisman Art Museum Designed by famed avant-garde architect Frank Gehry, the Weisman Art Museum is the place to go for a glimpse at some of the USA's most renowned contemporary art. Here ... Read more » Sophie James / Shutterstock

# American Swedish Institute Read more » Courtesy American Swedish Institute

# Minnesota Children's Museum Read more » Courtesy Minnesota Children's Museum

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Chain of Lakes picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Downtown Minneapolis picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
The Guthrie Theater picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Mill City View picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minneapolis Institute of Art picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Mall of America picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minnehaha Falls picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Midtown Global Market picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Entrance to the Minnesota Zoo picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Historic Fort Snelling picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Weisman Art Museum picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
American Swedish Institute picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minnesota Children's Museum picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Target Field picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Chain of Lakes picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Downtown Minneapolis picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
The Guthrie Theater picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Mill City View picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minneapolis Institute of Art picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Mall of America picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minnehaha Falls picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Midtown Global Market picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Entrance to the Minnesota Zoo picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Historic Fort Snelling picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Weisman Art Museum picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
American Swedish Institute picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Minnesota Children's Museum picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul
Target Field picture in Minneapolis - St. Paul

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The Minneapolis skyline as seen from the Stone Arch Bridge. photo.ua / Shutterstock

Even if you're not much of a theater geek, a visit to the Guthrie should still be on your to-do list for the architecture alone. Mark Vancleve / Courtesy of the Guthrie Theater

What was once the world's largest flour mill is now a museum showcasing the history of Minneapolis' flour industry. Courtesy the Minnesota Historical Society

Recent visitors attest the Minneapolis Institute of Art is well-suited for all ages, thanks to the kids scavenger hunt offerered by the museum Mykl Roventine / Flickr

To give you an idea of the Mall of America's size, seven Yankee Stadiums could fit inside the massive shopping center. Jeffrey J Coleman / Shutterstock

You'll find these thundering falls in Minnehaha Park, about 6 miles southeast of central Minneapolis. Joseph Scott Photography / Shutterstock

Claes Oldenburg's Spoonbridge and Cherry is one of the more iconic pieces in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden at the Walker Art Center. photo.ua / Shutterstock

Whether you're looking for groceries, gifts or a bite to eat, you'll find it at the Midtown Global Market. Meet Minneapolis / Flickr

The Minnesota Zoo is home to more than 4,700 animals.  Courtesy the Minnesota Zoo

Built in the early 19th century, Fort Snelling was used by the military to control the use of American trade routes. Karla Caspari / Shutterstock

The Weisman Art Museum owes its unique appearance to the famous architect, Frank Gehry. Sophie James / Shutterstock

Courtesy American Swedish Institute

Courtesy Minnesota Children's Museum

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