The SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium at Mall of America is home to more than 10,000 sea creatures including sharks, sea turtles, jellyfish and many more.
Event Date(s): 4/5/2014-4/6/2014
A fish exhibition featuring hundreds of live fish, plants and more!
Last Modified: 2/14/2014
Beneath the surface of Minnesota aquariums is a breathtaking array of life-forms from around the world.
Deal Date(s): 2/1/2014-12/31/2014
Type: Family Fun
Bring the whole family and enjoy a fun-filled stay! The offer includes: Your choice of either four tickets to SeaLife Aquarium or two unlimited-ride wristbands to Nickelodeon Universe $10 per person SkyDeck Game card (maximum of four per room) Heated indoor pool Convenient skyway access to Mall of America Click on More Details below to book online or call 800-333-3333.
Type: Tourism Information Sources
Lakeville, Burnsville, Shakopee, Eagan. Minneapolis Saint Paul, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Minneapolis, Prior Lake, Farmington, Savage, Elko New Market
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Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau, Home of Mall of America.
Release Date: 4/7/2011
The Explore Minnesota Tourism Communications Office continually services inquiries from broadcast, electronic, internet and social media.
Release Date: 3/28/2011
Looking for some interesting travel story ideas? Here is some of the top Minnesota travel news for spring/summer 2011.
Last Modified: 7/26/2013
From boutiques to major malls, Minnesota has it all.
Last Modified: 12/12/2013
The Bentleyville Tour of Lights features an illuminated winter wonderland with colorful displays and holiday music from Nov. 23 through Dec. 28.
Last Modified: 11/15/2013
Where is the wildlife in Minnesota? From zoos to aquariums to the great outdoors, it's virtually everywhere.
Last Modified: 11/8/2010
Comprehensive listings for Minnesota amusement parks, theme parks, zoos and other exciting places for family fun.
Last Modified: 9/9/2013
Last Modified: 2/20/2014
The lovely town of Little Falls sits at a scenic spot along the Mississippi River, and carries rich chapters of Minnesota’s history.
Last Modified: 1/3/2014
When Minnesota winter kicks into full gear, you may hear the call of your couch. But then you’d miss out on all the activities and attractions are perfect for chilly days—the many museums, restaurants, and exhibits that were custom-made for winter.
Last Modified: 5/22/2012
When it comes to the 600 museums in Minnesota, we’re not just counting art museums, science centers, and historic societies. Animals, flowers, and farms count too!
Last Modified: 5/24/2012
With amusement parks, ice cream shops, learning centers and outdoor activities, the Twin Cities is filled with fun for the whole family.
Last Modified: 7/17/2012
90 degrees in July and August is the norm around here, so we’re good at finding ways to either enjoy the rising temps or beat the heat. If you’re visiting this summer, try out one of these ways to cool down.
Last Modified: 8/29/2012
Start: Canal Park, Duluth. Spend your first night at South Pier Inn on the Canal, which bills itself as Duluth's best "ship watching hotel."
Last Modified: 1/31/2013
You've made play dates for your kids. How about planning a play date for your family?
Last Modified: 9/17/2012
On Aug. 11, 1992, the nation’s largest mall opened its doors in Bloomington, Minnesota. Today, the Mall of America (MOA) has not only become the state’s top tourist destination, but, according to Travel + Leisure, America’s most visited shopping mall.
Last Modified: 2/27/2014
It's pretty easy to find a great place for a good time with the kids in Minnesota. Here are a few favorite places to get you started.
Last Modified: 2/18/2014
Get ready to shop ‘til you drop! The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is home to the country’s most famous mall, outlet malls, posh shopping centers and unique boutiques.
Last Modified: 2/28/2012
A great north shore trip starts in bustling Duluth and follows Lake Superior with breathtaking views, fun trails, and historic attractions all the way to Canada.