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  • Minnesota History Center

    345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul, MN55102
    888-727-8386

    Home to an interactive museum, state archives and a major library.

  • Charles A. Lindbergh House

    1620 Lindbergh Dr S, Little Falls, MN56345
    320-616-5421

    Charles Lindbergh's 1927 flight from New York to Paris launched an aviation revolution. Tour his boyhood home, explore the visitor center exhibits, including a "Spirit of St. Louis" flight simulator, and walk an interpretive trail along the river. Additional trails are located in the adjacent Charles A. Lindbergh State Park. The Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site is a National Historic Landmark.

  • Lake Superior Zoo

    7210 Fremont St, Duluth, MN55807
    218-730-4500

    Visit Duluth's Wild Side! Over 400 animals and 200 different species await you. Meet Kaya and Kermit, baby Angolan colobus monkeys born during the summer of 2013. Wave at Trouble, our most famous resident (Have you read the book "A Bear Named Trouble"?). Get up-close and personal with Darla, Lynnard, Harry and our other barnyard friends. See numerous endangered and threatened animals such as snow leopard, Amur tiger, swamp monkey and more. Be sure to check out our daily animal enrichment schedule, designed to excite both animals and visitors alike. Open 7 days a week, all year long.

  • Forest History Center

    2609 Co Rd 76, Grand Rapids, MN55744
    218-327-4482

    A recreated 1900 logging camp, wooded trails and visitors center focused on logging, conservation & forestry.

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

    6282 Cranberry Rd, Finland, MN55603
    800-523-2733 xMN,WI,

  • Pine Tree Apple Orchard

    450 Apple Orchard Rd., White Bear Lake, MN55110
    651-429-7202

  • Alexander Ramsey House

    265 S Exchange St, St Paul, MN55102
    651-296-8760

    This remarkable example of a Victorian-era house was home to Minnesota’s first territorial governor and his family.

  • Runestone Museum

    206 Broadway, Alexandria, MN56308
    320-763-3160

    Spend a pleasant hour or two at this history museum that features the Kensington Runestone, a very nice Native American exhibit, pioneer log home, one-room schoolhouse, and children's interactive area.

  • Hubbard County Historical Museum

    PO Box 327, 301 Court AvenuePark Rapids, MN56470
    218-732-5237

  • Village of Yesteryear

    1448 Austin Rd, Owatonna, MN55060
    507-451-1420