Let someone else do the work while you sit back and enjoy the sights.
Some of the best ways to explore the Twin Cities are by boat on the Minneapolis Queen, or on a TC Brewery Tour, the metroConnections’ holiday lights tours, or on a St. Paul Gangster Tour.
Above The Falls Sports offers amazing urban paddling tours of the Mississippi River that feature incredible views of the Minneapolis skyline.More Info
The beautiful Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis is the first designated basilica in the United States. Tours are offered by Basilica docents and are available year- round (except holidays and holy week).…More Info
For people interested in Minnesota craft beer culture, Bitter Minnesota is a craft beer tasting and brewery tour experience in Minneapolis, MN. Their guided tours take adventurous people interested in tasting…More Info
The Cathedral of Saint Paul welcomes over 200,000 guests and visitors every year. It’s recognized as a historical landmark, one of the most prominent buildings in the city and as a center of spiritual…More Info
City Running Tours offers personalized and group guided running tours accommodating the needs of both a runner and a tourist. Lead by the knowledgeable guides of City Running Tours, they offer casual 5K and…More Info
Flat Earth Brewing Company is located in Saint Paul and is featured in local beer establishments across the Twin Cities. Hand Crafted Beers, Daily Sample Tastings, and Weekly Tours (Tuesday, Thursday and…More Info
Take a walking tour of Hennepin Theatre Trust’s three theatres: the Orpheum Theatre, State Theatre, and Pantages Theatre. Experienced guides highlight the beautiful architecture and interesting historical facts…More Info
The Hindu Temple of Minnesota is the largest Hindu temple in the country. The 43,000-square foot mandir was founded by the Hindu Society of Minnesota and provides religious, spiritual, educational, social, and…More Info
Built in the early 1820s, Historic Fort Snelling is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the U.S.-Dakota War of…More Info
Rugged stone, massive scale, fine detail, and ingenious mechanical systems recall the powerful presence of James J. Hill, builder of the Great Northern Railway. Guides lead tours through the James J. Hill…More Info