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  • Emma Krumbees Apple Orchard

    507 East South Street, Belle Plaine, MN56011
    952-873-3006

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

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

  • Glensheen, the historic Congdon estate

    3300 London Rd, Duluth, MN55804
    218-726-8910

    Rated #1 paid attraction in Duluth by TripAdvisor, Glensheen Mansion sits on the shore of Lake Superior, featuring 39-rooms with original antique furnishing, trails, gardens and beach access. Come see why this family-friendly attraction is rated the best museum in the Northland.

  • Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge

    Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 36289 State Hwy 65McGregor, MN55760
    800-877-8339

    Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge offers 14 miles of scenic roads in it's auto tour route and more than 7 miles of walking trails. Visitors can choose to spend only an hour or an entire day exploring, watching wildlife, fishing, picnicking, hiking...

  • Saint Casimir's Church Stone Home

    60659 - 200th St, Wells, MN56097
    507-553-5505

  • Lake Shetek State Park - Activities

    163 State Park Road, Currie, MN56123
    (866) 857-2757

  • Lutz Railroad Garden

    2960 Egan Ave, Eagan, MN55121
    (651) 454-3534

  • Laurentian Environmental Learning Center

    8950 Peppard Rd, Britt, MN55710
    888-749-1288

    Laurentian Environmental Center is a public residential educational facility that combines science, environmental education, leadership training, and outdoor skills recreation programs.

  • Soudan Underground Mine State Park - Activities

    1302 McKinley Park Rd., Box 335Soudan, MN55782
    218-753-2245

    Tour Minnesota's first iron mine. Don a hardhat and journey underground 2,341 feet via a cage to the 27th level, ride the rails back into the mine and hear the stories of mining a century ago. Park naturalists offer a thrilling look into the history and unique geology of Minnesota's Soudan iron formation, how the mine contributed to the state's economy and attracted a wide mix of workers from many countries. Explore the above ground hiking trails, historic buildings and gift shop. A state park vehicle pass is not required. Tours: $12 adults, $7 children 5-12. Tour reservations recommended.

  • North American Bear Center

    1926 Highway 169, P.O. Box 161Ely, MN55731
    (877) 365-7879

    Science & Nature Center with Live bears in Natural Habitat, Indoor & Outdoor viewing, Video exhibits, Gift Shop, Theatre, Wildlife Gallery,