MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Planning a two-day trip in the Twin Cities for you and your family is made easy. The Twin Cities offer great and inspiring places for recreation. The Twin Cities offer a museum, minigolf course, bookshop, conservatory, market, and many other places to have wholesome activities.
After getting both doses of your COVID-19 vaccination, you might feel that you deserve some rewards for being inside your home almost all the time.
On the morning of day one, the Red Balloon Bookshop is a great place to go for all your family needs. They have a large selection of children's and young-adult titles, as well as a general collection. If you start to carve for some food, the Punch Pizza is the go-to. You only need to walk a block away to reach the pizza shop.
In the afternoon, you can visit the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory to witness a scenic botanical beauty. It has a bonsai collection and a greenhouse with majestic blooming seasonal flowers.
If you are not fulfilled after the beautiful botanical wonders, you can drive to the Science Museum of Minnesota. It has The Mississippi River Gallery, which includes various details on the preservation and the habitats.
In the evening, you can go to Midtown Global Market to get dinner. You will have at least 14 options for your dinner there.
As for the second day, you can start from Can Can Wonderland. You can play minigolf at the unique Gramma's Living Room course.
In the afternoon, you can get great seafood at Sea Salt Eatery. Minnehaha Falls is nearby, and you can just take a short walk after your lunch.
To finish your two-day trip, you can enjoy some modern arts at Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
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