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A Ballgame at Target Field
And what better way to enjoy the mild temperatures than with a day at the ballpark?
The Minnesota Twins, getting their namesake from the "Twin Cities" of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, are a mainstay attraction in the Gopher State.
Founded in 1961, the Twins are one of the oldest professional sports teams in the state, and have the history and championship pedigree to boot.
Take in a ball game, and be sure to explore some of the sights, like Stone Arch Bridge, the Foshay Museum, and the Guthrie Theater before or after the game – there are many must-see attractions within walking distance of the stadium, and the weather will likely call for some bipedal exploration.
Back to baseball – Target Field is no stranger to fans making the short journey from nearby communities like Saint Paul, Bloomington, Plymouth, and Brooklyn Center. Be sure and don some navy blue and red, and help the Twinkies win another American League Pennant, or hopefully another World Series this coming fall.
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Science Museum of Minnesota.
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Tee it up in Minnesota.
Exemplary golf awaits at top courses across Minnesota. From Grand Marais in the north, to the Twin Cities. Tee off soon in MN.