Would you like to go and spoil yourself and your family in a place far from home? This is the right place for you. Located at Estabrook Drive, the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is free to all and what it has to offer baffles the mind. There is a zoo with man-made replicas of various wild animals, each made with industrial standard materials. From bronze statues of gorillas to fiberglass replicas of giraffes, there is something for everyone. The park is also popular for its 0.5-acre conservatory where tourists can come to see various assortments of gardens each growing unique things. And for those of you who love fun and thrills, there is also an amusement park for your adrenalin.
The architectural design of this cathedral is quite outstanding and is part of what attracts visitors to the place. Your next stop definitely should be Cathedral Hill. Its dome is made of copper. From marble sculptures to an artistically figurative decorated colored glass in the interior for illumination, the cathedral is dedicated to an Apostle who dates back to the 1st century, Apostle Paul. At least you can head back home and tell your friends that you paid a visit to the third largest church ever completed in the USA.
This place is located a few blocks from Fort Road at Kellogg Blvd and is a really treasured building in Minnesota. It is a 25 year old center which preserves the past of Minneapolis for the future generations. A library contains some artifacts dating back to the Hmong’s and the Ojibwe who are part of this history. With 26 historical sites, thousands flock yearly to experience this marvelous trip. The building also is built to historically portray some past activities and events that have happened in the area. The exhibits there will also immerse you into another world.
A brief stroll from the Minnesota History Center brings you to yet another place that will offer you a glimpse of the rarest of things mother earth has to offer: the Science Museum of Minnesota. With lots of things to explore, you can never have an experience better than this. You get to see the fossils of the dinosaurs and the extinct creatures of the old times. The museum likewise educates you on the human body and some mathematical sciences. With humongous screens in the omni-theater, you get to see various films and adventures of the wild in the most realistic way you can ever imagine.
Who said museums are only fit for the adults? This museum is well suited for the young generation of kids and offers them that adult experience while they are still young. Kids from all walks of life can come to this place to explore and have engaging fun with other kids. Since 1982, the museum has been stimulating the cognitive development of kids by using plays to enhance their cognitive abilities. Forbes has also cited this museum as one of the best Children’s Museum in the United States of America and this suggests that a visit to here won’t be a waste of time and a worthwhile experience.