The 193-acre park features a 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs and river overlooks. The park contains oak, elm, silver maple, basswood, hackberry and cottonwood trees, as well as native and prairie woodland wild flowers.
Walking distance along Minnehaha Creek, beautiful scenic views, restaurant and bike rental in summertime.
Beautiful Minihaha Falls has over 800,000 visitor annually! It is a 5 minute drive away. Enjoy the park with a picnic, hike, or an easy walk around. They also have bike rental at the park and a restaurant called Sea Salt Eatery that is a popular summer destination.
Beautiful walk/bike trails and waterfall views along with a cute fall-side seafood restaurant called Sea Salt.
“The MIA is one of our city's crown jewels with an extensive East Asian collection. FREE admission, 10 am- 5pm daily, Thur and Fri open til 9 pm, closed Mondays. Pick up a gift at the museum shop. Agra Culture cafe offers 50% off beer and wine during weekday happy hours (2:30 -4:00).”
“Free, world-renown sculpture garden. Plus amazing art galleries, movies, shop, and more inside. ”
“Come and see a show! The Christmas Carol is a favorite, but there are plays all year long. There are restaurants inside the theater and plenty to see and do in the neighborhood before and after a show. I recommend touring the theater and checking out the "endless bridge" inside.”
“Walk .7 miles to get to Bde Maka Ska. The Red House Uptown is on 31st Street. Just start walking west. Once you get down there you can head south a few feet towards the 32nd street beach, there is also a playground there and swings facing the lake. On your way home, walk east on Lake Street, and stop at one of the many food joints for a bite.”