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The Big Ticket Adventure Pass: Minneapolis - Bloomington - St Paul - Mall of America Attractions
"Once you purchase the pass a representative from the Bloomington CVB will follow up with an email with directions on how to obtain your mobile pass using a promo code on their website. Once you exchange the promo code for your passes an email and text will be sent to you immediately. The pass holder simply needs to present their e-ticket (displayed on their phone) to the attractions attendant or if the ticket was printed out show your print at home ticket to the attraction attendant. Once your attraction pass has been acknowledged at the first attraction you will have three days (NOTE: three days does not necessarily mean 72 hours) including that day to visit the six attractions. Each attraction can only be visited once within the three days."""
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Private Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour of Minneapolis
"Meet your driver-guide at your selected departure time and get comfortable aboard your elegant horse-drawn carriage. Leaving Nicollet Island you’ll cross the Merriam Street Bridge over the Mississippi River into downtown Minneapolis. Relax to the rhythm of horses’ hooves clomping along the cobblestones of Main Street and soak up the nostalgia of a slower era where period lighting fixtures and charming restaurants add to the old-world ambiance. Your carriage driver will customize the 1-hour narrated tour to fit your needs from full commentary to simply pointing out the highlights or leaving you to a romantic ride with a special someone. Pass by cultural and historical landmarks including St. Anthony Falls Mill City Museum Guthrie Theater and the Federal Reserve Bank. You’ll see the Minneapolis skyline travel through the Warehouse District
From $116.00
 
Private Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour of Minneapolis
"Meet your driver-guide at your selected departure time and get comfortable aboard your elegant horse-drawn carriage. Leaving Nicollet Island you’ll cross the Merriam Street Bridge over the Mississippi River into downtown Minneapolis. Relax to the rhythm of horses’ hooves clomping along the cobblestones of Main Street and soak up the nostalgia of a slower era where period lighting fixtures and charming restaurants add to the old-world ambiance. Your carriage driver will customize the 1-hour narrated tour to fit your needs from full commentary to simply pointing out the highlights or leaving you to a romantic ride with a special someone. Pass by cultural and historical landmarks including St. Anthony Falls Mill City Museum Guthrie Theater and the Federal Reserve Bank. You’ll see the Minneapolis skyline travel through the Warehouse District
From $116.00

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Enger Park, at the end of the...

Enger Park has a pretty Japanese-style garden. It's but a short drive from downtown. The five-story, 80-foot tower was dedicated in 1939 by Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway. The...
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Gooseberry Falls State Park

Driving the north shore, you'll pass through many parks and cross numerous bridges. At Gooseberry Falls State Park, you'll pass the main park entrance, then cross over a high arch bridge. To your...
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Split Rock Lighthouse

Just north of Gooseberry Falls State Park is an overlook. The road reaches the top of a rise and begins to bend left and down again. Pull off at walk up to the stone wall. On a point of rocks, over...
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Grand Marais

Translated from french, this means the 'Great Swamp'. Located on a low flat area between two bays, Grand Marais is the county seat of Cook County and the largest town between Two Harbors, Minnesota...
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Grand Portage National Monument

One of the oldest recorded trading centers in Minnesota. Continuously inhabited by the Ojibwa peoples (now referred to as the Chippewa), Grand Portage National Monument and the community of Grand...
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Mile High Walk

Well, maybe you're not a mile in the sky, but the William I. Bong Bridge is the highest in Duluth, and fortunately when it was built in the 1980's a walking path was built. This walk is not for the...
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Lester Park - Great Local Park

I grew up in the Lester Park neighborhood. It's a middle class Duluth neighborhood on the east side of the city. To the far east of the city you will find Lester Park. There is a parking lot near 60th...
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Gooseberry Falls State Park

Gooseberry Falls State Park is known as the Gateway to the North Shore. There are plenty of trails to hike and there are three separate waterfalls (Upper and Lower Falls and the Fifth Falls). The...
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Two Harbors

The town of Two Harbors is a short drive northeast up Highway 61. You'll get there in around a half hour and once there you'll find a very small town with ore docks down by the lake and most famously,...
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Lester River Park

The nearby Lester River is a great place to hike or to go fishing. The park is popular for family picnics as well. You can enter the park from Lester River Road approximately one block north of...
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Old Minnesota Point Lighthouse

Go over the lift bridge and follow the road out to the small airport on Minnesota Point. There is a fantastic beach near the parking area that stretches out for almost 2 miles.To reach the lighthouse...
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The softer side of Duluth

Yes, Duluth is a rugged port city. A city of dock workers and a haven for former iron range miners. Yet, Duluth is a land of parks and streams and flowers. It is highly ranked by Outdoors Magazine as...
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Lutzen Ski Area!

Lutzen Ski Area is in Lutzen, Minnesota, about an hour and a half north of Duluth on Interstate 61 that parallels the lake. Not only do they have great skiing in the winter, but horseback riding,...
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Split Rock Lighthouse!

About 20 mins north of Gooseberry Falls is another famous landmark: the Split Rock Lighthouse. Unlike the falls, there is an admission price to get onto the grounds. Instead of paying to take the...
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Aerial Lift Bridge

When visiting Duluth for the first time (or the second, or the third..), visiting the Ariel Lift Bridge and the Marine Museum is a must! The lift bridge was the third attempt to connect the city to a...
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