Tours starting at $168.00
City, Shopping, Wine, Holiday
MIA (Minneapolis Institute of Art) is one of the largest arts educators in Minnesota. Started in 1883 by 25 Minneapolis natives, the MIA continues to expand their collection. Through memberships and contributions, the MIA is free to the general public.
The Guthrie Theater, founded in 1963, is an American center for theater performance, production, education and professional training. By presenting both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures, the Guthrie illuminates the common humanity connecting Minnesota to the peoples of the world.
Mill City Museum is built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront and next door to the Guthrie.
Fitzgerald Theater is St. Paul’s Oldest Theater and home for A Prairie Home Companion. The theater has, over the years, played host to Broadway musicals, vaudeville shows, film festivals, and concerts of all sorts.
This 53 foot waterfall is known as Minnehaha Falls. Located near the entrance of Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, this is a popular site for weddings and other attractions.
Visit the famous statue of Mary Tyler Moore throwing her hat up, at 7th and Nicollet in Minneapolis.
Walker Art Center includes indoor and outdoor facilities–from objects in the permanent collection of books in the library to an inside view of the artist’s own creative process.
Stillwater sits on the St. Croix River banks, 20 miles from St. Paul. This old lumber town is known for their antiques, restaurants, river boats and fun on the waterfront.
The Science Museum of Minnesota is known worldwide for its interactive exhibits, dynamic traveling exhibitions, and internationally distributed large format films. The museum was an early innovator in the use of live theater as a humanizing interpretive tool and continues to be a training ground for other museums wishing to include live programming in their exhibit halls.
Historic Fort Snelling: The story of Fort Snelling is the story of the development of the U.S. Northwest. While surrounded today by freeways and a large urban population, Fort Snelling was once a lonely symbol of American ambition in the wilderness. This vast territory inhabited by fur traders and Indians still loyal to the British in Canada lay well beyond American settlement.
The Mall of America has 40 million visitors each year and is the number one tourist destination in the Midwest. There are more than 520 stores, 50 restaurants and has other key attractions such as The Park at MOA™, Underwater Adventures® Aquarium, LEGO® Imagination Center, A.C.E.S. Flight Simulation, and NASCAR Silicon Motor Speedway.
Edina Galleria Shops of Distinction Specializing in fashion, home decor, dining and events, there are over 70 local and national retailers here.
Nicollet Mall of Minneapolis offers a variety of shops, galleries, restaurants and other attractions.
Uptown Minneapolis and Lake Calhoun are one of the best places to people watch, do some shopping, go to the beach, and dine or get some drinks. They are famous for roof top seating at select restaurants like Stella’s and their annual Uptown Art Fair.
Cathedral of Saint Paul is one of the most unique cathedrals in the United States, it is the Co-Cathedral of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, along with the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis. Sitting atop Cathedral Hill, it overlooks downtown St. Paul.
Enjoy wine sampling with one of our Winery Tours.
Be it a pub crawl or a Brewing Company Tour, taphouse, tavern, saloon or bar, craft, draft or ale ……Beer. Need we say more?!
Have fun and leave the driving to us!
Home of the Minnesota Twins. Eat at Target Field or at one of the many restaurants nearby.
There are SO many things to do in our beautiful state, just let us know when you make your reservation where else you’d like to stop.