The Twin Cities, which encompasses the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan area, is home to around 4 million residents who live in a geographic area that stretches into Western Wisconsin (Hudson, WI is one of the most easterly lying suburbs of the metro area). This includes hundreds of suburbs, some as small as 69 people and some as large as 85,000 (like Bloomington). Your city tour can be customized by contacting and consulting with us on a coordinated travel plan in the Twin Cities.
Mall of America
Since we already mentioned Bloomington, a shopping stop might be the famous Mall of America, one of the largest shopping centers in the United States and it is right next door to a large IKEA outlet as well.
Minnesota is home to a diverse and growing list of micro- and craft breweries and “brewpubs” that are spread throughout the Twin Cities. Our website contains a list of these special Minnesota-based craft beer breweries, which are great attractions. They are also a lot of fun, as well as educational. Learn how beer is made!
US Bank Stadium, First Avenue and Target Field/Center
Target Center and Target Field (where the Minnesota Twins professional baseball franchise and Minnesota Timberwolves pro basketball team play) are located right across the street from the historic music venue First Avenue, where Prince once played. Big news right now (at least according to rumor) is that Paisely Park may become a tourist destination and possible museum for fans of Prince’s music. US Bank is the new super technologized stadium where the Minnesota Vikings play. It’s great to be state that has all four major sports teams, plus a growing soccer league. useu
Walker Art Center and Museums
The Walker Art Center is a great place to see art. Also, the twin cities is home to the most live theaters per capita of any city besides NYC. There is a lot of art and culture here to explore. Beyond the great restaurants and awesome people, there are history museums and other arts museums and centers, including the science museum.
University of Minnesota
Check out the U of M campus, one of the largest colleges in the nation (in the top 3) while you’re in town. It’s an amazing campus with its own set of attractions and neighborhoods.
–Renee’s Royal Valet – Limos, Coaches and Trolleys