Minneapolis Repeats as Nation’s Best Park System
Minneapolis has the best park system in the United States, according to The Trust for Public Land’s 7th annual ParkScore® index. “Minneapolis will always be a great city in a park. From quality of life, to safe recreational space, to tourism—our parks are critical to who we are as a city. I’m thrilled that our park system continues to earn accolades. We have world class parks and the world is taking notice,” added Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey. Since 2015, Minneapolis and Saint Paul have taken the top two spots on the ParkScore® index.
Visit Saint Paul’s Summit Avenue for Victorian Architecture
Don’t miss iconic Summit Avenue to see some of the capital of Minnesota’s best historical and architecture sights. Summit Avenue is the longest stretch of Victorian-style architecture in the country and is home to the Cathedral of Saint Paul – the third largest completed church in the United States. It’s also home to the James J. Hill House – former home of the former railroad magnate which you can takes tours of — as well as the childhood home of literary genius F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Bloomington’s Paisley Park
Paisley Park, Prince’s extraordinary private estate and production compound in Chanhassen, Minnesota, located just 15 minutes from Bloomington, provides Prince fans the unprecedented opportunity to tour the production studio and creative oasis of one of the greatest and most beloved music artists of all time. To see the location and to book tickets for the variety of tours available, click here.
Visit Saint Paul:
651.265.4904 | 800.627.6101
The Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau:
952.278.8506 | 866.435.7425
Feature Image: Mike Krivit Photography, courtesy of Meet Minneapolis