Discover Waseca Tourism

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  • Waseca is located 50 miles south of Minneapolis / St. Paul metro and nestled between Owatonna and Mankato on Highway 14.

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  • Discover Waseca Tourism is open Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

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  1. A Touch of Country Class Boutique

    41830 150th St
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: 641-204-2290

    Be sure to visit A Touch of Country Class and browse through the Seed Shed, Stable Down Yonder, Chicken Coop, Farm House, Tool Shed, Milk House, Garden Shed, Old Barn, Horse Barn and the Livery. Folk art, antiques, and country crafts abound in buildings full of treasures.

  2. Annual Triathlon in Waseca

    Annual Triathlon in Waseca

    1000 8th Ave e
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: 507-664-9438

    The Super Sprint Course is a 200 yard swim, 6 mile bike, and 2 mile run. The Sprint Course has a 1/3 mile swim, 14 mile bike, and 4.4 mile run. There is also a Kid's Triathlon. Team entries are also offered.


  3. Brats-N-Beer Night

    Brats-N-Beer Night

    Call: 507-835-3260

    An annual festival event that brings people to the downtown area. Meander through the streets for Brats and Beer at Downtown Waseca Bars and Taverns.

  4. Chautauqua Revival

    4th Ave NE & 2nd St NE
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: 507-835-7700

    Chautauqua is a community-based, cultural and social movement that started in the 1870s and flourished in America until the mid 1920s with music and lecturers recreated each year near Independence Day.

    2016 features story teller Al Batt, followed by Dr. Galvin & Northern Drawl, Vecchione & Erdahl on oboe and bass, Pete Klug, Jack Klatt, and Puppet Farm Arts.

  5. Lakefest Music Festival

    Call: (507) 461-2604

    Lakefest on the 4th of July is an annual family event, celebrated in the perfect small town atmosphere of Clear Lake in Waseca. The day begins with the Lakefest Freedom Run followed by other day long activities in Clear Lake Park.
    *Food vendors & Musicians
    *Boat parade
    *Live Entertainment
    *Fireworks Show at Dusk.

  6. Never Enough Christmas Boutique

    41830 150th Street
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: (641) 204-2290

    Wonderful signs of an old-fashioned country Christmas await you at the farm. Folk art, antiques, country crafts and beautiful, handmade Christmas decorations.

  7. Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm Mini Music & Art Fest

    Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm Mini Music & Art Fest

    41142 160th St
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: (507) 384-2692

    Relax and enjoy an outdoor music festival at Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm. The talent lineup is Dixie Creek Dixies at 2:00, Bee Balm Fields at 3:00, Rachel Hanson at 4:00, Just Mirlyn at 5:00, The May North at 6:00, and concluding with The Last Revel at 7:00. While you are there, savor pizza made in a wood fired brick oven, find that unique piece of art you have been looking for from the vendors at the festival, explore the Pizza Farm on the walking trails, and enjoy a free taste from Half Pint Brewery that will be opening next spring. Bring your lawn chairs, sit back, enjoy the day.

  8. Sleigh & Cutter Festival

    Sleigh & Cutter Festival

    Call: (507) 461-3727

    Waseca’s annual winter festival gets bigger and better each year with activities taking place on 12-14 days over three and sometimes four weekends. This festival was created in 1950 in Waseca and continues to entertain young and old. Miss Waseca County Sleigh & Cutter reigns over all events including the Saturday parade. Horse owners from around the state bring magnificent horses of every type imaginable to Waseca for the parade down State Street. Only animal powered units and riders are allowed. Sleighs, cutters, bobsleds and many types of wagons and buggies can be seen.

    The festival also includes a dinner and dance, dart tournament, card games, children’s art project, hockey tournament, the search for a hidden Medallion, the unveiling of the winner of the Identify Frosty the Snowman Contest, M S D R S sanctioned snowmobile drag races, live entertainment, authentic ice harvest, ice golf, ice curling, youth ice fishing, family movie night, dodge ball, kick ball, skydiving, snow sculpting and more!

    Most of the events are free! Many restaurants and clubs offer special meals and entertainment. Check our website for a full schedule of events.

  9. Waseca Garden Walk

    Waseca Garden Walk

    Corner of 2nd Ave NE and 4th St. NE
    Waseca, MN 56093
    Call: (507) 835-7700

    The self-guided tour of gardens begins at the Bailey/Lewer House (corner of 2nd Ave. NE and 4th St. NE) where maps and refreshments will be provided. All locations are free and open to the public. The event will be held rain or shine.

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