Minnesota Hotel Reservations
Catch Pro Sports in the Twin Cities
Twin Cities Have Teams like the Vikings & Wild
The Metrodome in Minneapolis
For the hockey fan in the family, head to the Xcel Energy Center in downtown St. Paul for thrilling slap shots and gloves saves of the Minnesota Wild.
With a growing fan base covering the state, fans travel in from nearby cities like Plymouth, and Coon Rapids during the fall and winter to watch the Wild take on the NHL's Western Conference.
Basketball fans are quick to make the drive to the Target Center for Minnesota Timberwolves games.
Spring and summer visitors are encouraged to catch a baseball game at Target Field. Home of the Minnesota Twins and set in downtown Minneapolis, Target Field opened in 2010, and has become the site for national events like the 2014 MLB All-Star Game.
As the NFL reigns in popularity across the U.S., it’s easy to see why so many Minnesotans love their Vikings. Playing all home games at the TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of University of Minnesota in downtown Minneapolis, fans frequently make the drive from Burnsville or Bloomington during the fall to catch a game against divisional rival Green Bay Packers or Chicago Bears.
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Local Travel Packages
Area Visitor Favorites
- 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.
- 5 Minnesota Sports Venues
Check out professional NFL, NHL, NBA, WNBA, and MLB games in Minnesota at these venues in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
- 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.
- 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.