Top 5 places to visit in Minneapolis after the Super Bowl
Top 5 places to visit in Minneapolis after the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl 2018 will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota this February 4th. The state, known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, will receive thousands of NFL (National Football League) fans to enjoy the Big Game LII issue and live the Super Bowl Experience.
The important NFL title will be disputed this year by the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, while the expected halftime show will be headed by the famous singer Justin Timberlake.
This is one of the most expected and watched events in the United States and around the world, but we think that once the Super Bowl is over, the fun doesn’t have to end. That’s why we made a list of places to visit in Minneapolis that will make you want to stay in the city for a few days more after the Big Game.
- Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
This place, where incredible Sculptures are showcased, is a crown jewel of the city. The garden is perfect for visitors of all ages and surely you will get some awesome pictures from your visit.
- Minnehaha Regional Park
A majestic 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs, and river overlooks are some of the attractions of this popular Minnesota Park.
- Mill City Museum
Learn more about the flour industry, the river, the city of Minneapolis and how these stories are interlaced. This famous museum was built into the ruins of what was the world’s largest flour mill.
- Walker Art Center
Enjoy contemporary visual arts and design exhibitions in an internationally recognized Art Center.
- Minneapolis Institute of Arts
One of the largest museums in the country, it features an encyclopedic collection of art from Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Americas.
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