If you are planning to travel to another state soon, make it Minnesota. From first class museums to small town charm and nature parks, the state has got you covered.
Here are a few places and activities you shouldn’t miss:
Check Out Haunted Attractions
The Haunting Experience suggests that you head over to Twin Cities and check out the haunted attractions in MN. Great for kids and kids at heart, you will find that a good scare can also mean a lot of fun. Not many are aware that the state has good haunted attractions that are open all year round, but if you’re up to it, you can visit during Halloween for a good round of scaring.
Get Close to Nature
If you’ve wanted to escape the city’s hustle and bustle, then head to southern Minnesota for a breath of fresh air and beautiful scenery. Enjoy an adventure like no other and explore southern Minnesota’s underground waters, take a dip in pools and waterfalls, and see stalagmites and stalactites in the Niagara Cave. This part of Minnesota is also home to plants you don’t typically see in the city, such as cacti (near the Pipestone area), as well as buffalo grass in prairies.
Visit a Radio Broadcasting Museum
If you are a fan of broadcasting, then be sure to swing by Pavek Museum of Broadcasting at St. Louis Park. Here, you will find antique television sets and radios, and a huge collection of vintage radio broadcasting equipment, which will take you back in time.
These are just a few of the many places you should see in Minnesota, but of course, here are still other options depending on your interests. There are water and amusement parks, lakes, zoos and aquariums, nature and wildlife spots, as well as gardens and state parks. What makes visiting Minnesota so great is that there are great places for traveling solo or with the family.