The holiday season comes and goes too fast each year. In between stressful shopping trips and high-calorie parties, stopping to enjoy the festivities of the season is a must. In Minnesota, holiday festivals and celebrations are a chance to appreciate the traditional and memorable events that surround the holidays. Start a tradition this year by attending Minnesota’s best holiday parties.
If you have a passion and appreciation for art but cannot afford a trip to the Louvre or even one out of the state, many of the events and galleries in Minnesota have got you covered. Spend a day touring a gallery or enjoying creativity at any of these fine places.
The natural beauty of the Midwest and Minnesota has been a valuable inspiration to local artists for centuries. While this list is by no means comprehensive, these are some of the locales where local art is available to the masses.
Start thinking about your Thanksgiving menu before the holiday arrives.
Many Minnesotans also flock to haunted hay rides or attractions that feature haunted houses. While most of these frightening festivities are staged, there are actual hauntings to be found in Minnesota that may be real. These sites have had multiple reports of ghostly activity and proven paranormal presence. Check them out yourself, if you dare.
By visiting the Twin Cities and other areas of Minnesota, one can enjoy spectacular works of architecture nestled among the beauty of the state. Some buildings that represent the best architecture found in the area are listed below.
Many famous and successful literary icons are associated with Minnesota and lovers of literature can get a little closer to these gifted authors by visiting landmarks throughout the state.
Minnesota is home to creative people and talented artists. Some top Minnesota competitions being held this fall are listed below. Check them out!
Minnesota offers almost 100 different fall events and festivals throughout the state to celebrate the season. Read on to discover some of the best.
Minneapolis has been home to internationally-acclaimed orchestra and classical music events since the early 1900s. Today, Minnesota is home to a variety of venues and performances dedicated to bringing the enjoyment of classical music to everyone.
Minnesota is a state full of history. The population of Minneapolis expanded rapidly with the help of some great founders.
The Minnesota Renaissance Festival will open for the 42nd time at the end of the summer.
The Twin Cities provides options for those that enjoy independent film and those just looking for a small dose of culture.
This August, the Minnesota Fringe Festival will celebrate its 19th season in the Twin Cities. While all of the acts are sure to be entertaining, check out these five must-see productions.