ST. PAUL, MN - Are you planning to visit the Twin Cities during a long weekend? If the answer is yes, but you do not know what to do, we have an itinerary inspiration for your trip.
Experience Minneapolis and St. Paul's culture and fine dining with a long weekend in these cities.
Start your day one in Minneapolis. The Mill City Museum traces the history of the flour industry along the Mississippi River. Nearby attractions include the Stone Arch Bridge and Gold Medal Park.
As for dining, the Guthrie Theater has three dining options that cater to different tastes. Many nearby restaurants offer American, Thai, Italian, and Japanese cuisine.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art is the world's largest art museum, with over 80,000 objects. There are also special events and exhibits requiring tickets, but it's usually free for regular admission. Or, you can visit the Museum of Russian Artis. It's a modern, remodeled church that houses both Russian art and culture.
As for fine dining to music festivals, discover the variety of venues in downtown Minneapolis. The Orchestra Hall, for instance, presents a variety of classical and pops programs.
The Walker Art Center is a cultural institution that features contemporary art. There are also programs and events held throughout the year featuring legends from the art world. You will get to see the Twin Cities icon here as well.
You'll find fine dining establishments downtown, including St. Paul Grill and the Meritage. Take a walk through Rice Park to the Ordway Center for the Arts, where you'll find various theaters with talented performers.
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