Wander Minnesota: Festival Fun For JulyThis is just the tip of the iceberg for festivals and events in Minnesota in July.
Wander Minnesota: New Attractions At The ArboretumThere are some really fun new exhibits at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum this summer, interesting for both adults and kids.
Wander Minnesota: Celebrating The Solstice At The Jeffers PetroglyphsIf you haven't visited the Jeffers Petroglyphs near Comfrey, you really should. And this weekend, there are extra enticements to do so.
Wander Minnesota: What's Up for Father's DayMom had her turn last month, now dad is up for honors. Here are some ideas for family fun on Father's Day.
Wander Minnesota: The Summer Festival KickoffWhile there are festivals year-round across the state, summer is really prime time. The following is just a sample of what's going on in June.
Wander Minnesota: MNSH's History Hound ProgramIf you're the parent of an elementary-aged child and you're looking for some fun, inventive ways to keep them and their brains running, look no further than the Minnesota Historical Society’s History Hound program.
Wander Minnesota: Celebrating Minnesota's MuseumsIt's halfway through May—have you done your part to celebrate Minnesota Museums Month yet?
Wander Minnesota: The New and Improved SPAM MuseumIt's back, it's bigger and better than ever and it's right downtown Austin: Hormel's SPAM Museum. The museum recently reopened in Austin after an extensive renovation and expansion.
Wander Minnesota: The Kickoff Of Festival SeasonAs we move toward the prime festival months of summer, spring ushers in many festivals, including lots of outdoor activities.
Wander Minnesota: Tulips (About To Be) In BloomThe Minnesota Landscape Arboretum really takes the saying "Go big or go home" to heart when it comes to spring bulbs.
Wander Minnesota: Mourning At Paisley ParkPrince fans in mourning have converged on Minnesota spots associated with him.
Wander Minnesota: Lars Lerin At The American Swedish InstituteThere's an amazing exhibit going on right now at the American Swedish Institute: The Watercolor Worlds of Lars Lerin. If you don't know who that is, well, this is your chance to learn—and it's an amazing opportunity.