The Best Things to Do in Southern Minnesota
There is more than enough to keep you busy on the southern side of the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
Wine connoisseurs and agritourists are in for a treat when they see what the Three Rivers Wine Trail has to offer. Treat yourself to some local wine from vineyards at Cannon River Winery, Northern Vineyards Winery, St. Croix Vineyards, WineHaven Winery, and Falconer Vineyards.
Make sure you carve out time to take in La Crescent Farmers Market and the Minnesota Alpaca Expoin Owatonna.
Head on out to the Twin Cities and snap a picture of the World’s Largest Spoon & Cherry at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Sit in the Adirondack Chair in St. Paul. Take a ride to Rochester and see the Ear of Corn water tower. See for yourself why Madison is called the “Lutefisk Capital of the World”.
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Carve out some time for a trip to southeastern Minnesota and see why it’s such a hot destination for wine connoisseurs and agritourists. Check out the Three Rivers Wine Trail and sip on some local wine from vineyards at Cannon River Winery, Northern Vineyards Winery, St. Croix Vineyards, WineHaven Winery, and Falconer Vineyards.
Treat yourself to a day of fresh fruits and produce at La Crescent Farmers Market or the Minnesota Alpaca Expoin Owatonna.
Head down to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden to see the World’s Largest Spoon & Cherry. Get an eagle eye view of St. Paul in the giant deck chair known as the Adirondack Chair.
Take a ride out to Rochester and see a water tower designed to resemble an ear of corn. Go a little further west and see why Madison is called the “Lutefisk Capital of the World”.