As one of the biggest metropolitan cities along the Mississippi River, Minneapolis boasts impressive cultural venues such as the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Institute of Arts. If you want to see the Minneapolis skyline from high above, go to the observation deck at the Foshay Tower, one of the premier examples of Art Deco architecture in Minnesota. Reserve a seat at the Target Center to watch the Timberwolves of the NBA in action, or head to Target Field to cheer on the Twins of MLB.
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is connected to downtown Minneapolis via State Highway 55. You can also take advantage of the METRO light rail system to navigate the "Twin Cities." From the Gateway District to Downtown East, there is an abundance of riverfront hotels in the heart of this city. Book a room in the University District if you'd like some peace and quiet, while still having clear views of the Minneapolis skyline.
During the winter, Arctic air often sweeps across the northern parts of the United States and leads to heavy snowfall in Minneapolis. You might want to wait for the summer to see the water at Minnehaha Falls flow at full force. Enjoy the city's vibrant performing arts scene by watching an Off-Broadway show at the Guthrie Theater, or listening to a classical music concert at Orchestra Hall.
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