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  • Minnesota Agricultural Interpretive Center - Farmamerica

    7367 - 360th Ave, Waseca, MN56093
    (507) 835-2052

    Changes in agriculture, 1850s to the present. Historic farm sites, country school, country church, blacksmith shop, feed mill, historic gardening and field cropping; monthly events; Self-guided walking tours available June 2 - August 30 - Tuesday - Friday and Sunday's Noon - 4 pm.

  • Normandale Japanese Garden

    9700 France Avenue, Bloomington, MN55431
    952-487-8200

  • Minnesota Fishing Museum & Education Center

    304 W Broadway, Little Falls, MN56345
    (320) 616-2011

  • Museum of Natural History

    1501 State St, Marshall, MN56258
    800-642-0684

  • Kilen Woods State Park - Activities

    50200 - 860th Street, Lakefield, MN56150
    (866) 857-2757

  • Woodbury Heritage House and Garden

    8025 Lake Road, Woodbury, MN55125
    (651) 714-3564

  • Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center

    Corps of Engineers, 600 Lake Avenue SouthDuluth, MN55802
    218-720-5260

  • Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

    3675 Arboretum Dr, Chaska, MN55318
    (952) 443-1400

    Minnesota Landscape Arboretum comprises more than 1,100 acres of gardens, plant collections and natural areas, plus a state-of-the-art visitor center with Restaurant, exhibit areas, gift store, art gallery and more!

  • Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge

    Route 2, Box 67, 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...

  • 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.