Minnesota Hotel Reservations
Minnesota, known as “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, is made up of several wilderness areas. With over 72 parks and 58 forests including the Itasca State Park and the Chippewa and Superior National Forests, Minnesota offers tourists and residents a multitude of outdoor activities. The St. Paul metro area known as the “Twin Cities” sits along the Mississippi River and plays hub for the states transportation, business and education industries. Minneapolis, the most populated city in Minnesota is home to the new state-of-the-art Target Field where the the Minnesota Twins play, and the Metrodome where the Minnesota Vikings are hosted, and Target Center home of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Journey to Minnesota and find out why its name was derived from a Dakota word meaning “sky-tinted waters”.
Enter into one of the many marathons taking place during the month of February, and warm up during cold Minnesota winter days. On February 5th the Yukon Day 1M/3M Run and Snowshoe will be in White Bear Lake, and the Freeze Your Buns Run 5K will be in Hamel on February 6th. You can also take part in the Valentine’s Day TC , in both St. Paul and Minneapolis on February 12th. With at least four other marathons during the month of February, there are many ways to burn off those extra holiday calories while staying warm and fit at the same time.
Enjoy a little teatime at the Traditional Holiday Tea in Chaska. Now through December 30th, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum will be serving up handmade sweets and savory treats. The Arboretum is on the campus of the University of Minnesota with highlights including: a trifle of fruit, sponge cake and custard. If you love tea and desserts, then you’re sure to love this annual foodie event.
Looking for a little laughter? The highly caffeinated comedy of “Triple Espresso” will be performing at the Music Box Theater in Minneapolis now through January 9th. Infectious laughter is sure to have in you the aisles unable to contain yourselves from comedy that will appeal to everyone from children to grandparents and everyone in between.
Take the kids out for a day of play and learning at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The Geometry Playground is on exhibit now through January 9th, giving children the opportunity to learn a lesson in how everyday things fit together in the world around them. From space filling blocks and the gyroid shaped climber to curved mirrors that reflect distorted images- they will love a day at this exhibit and won’t realize how much they’re actually learning because of all the fun they’ll be having instead.
With over 27 Best Western hotels offering superior customer service and amenities in the state of Minnesota, the only thing you’ll have to worry about is what city you want to visit.
Travel Region Favorites
- 5 Minnesota Sports Venues
Check out professional NFL, NHL, NBA, WNBA, and MLB games in Minnesota at these venues in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
- 10 Golf Courses Across Minnesota
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.
- 5 Marvelous Museums in MN!
Science Museum of Minnesota.
From the Twin Cities to the shores of Lake Superior – the Land of 10,000 Lakes is home to some of the state's most prized science and history museums.
- 11 Must-Shop Malls in Minnesota
Shop for sales in Minnesota
Minnesota is home to one of the biggest and most eclectic shopping centers on the planet – The Mall of America. There are 10 other pemier shopping malls to visit in the state, too.
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