Walnut Grove's Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum Draws 'Little House' Fans From Around The WorldAfter a year of virtual pageants and festivals, many events are coming back "live" this summer. That includes a celebration of perhaps Minnesota’s most famous prairie family.
'It’s Craftsmanship, It’s History': Inside The Twin City Model Railroad MuseumSince 1934, the Twin City Model Railroad Museum has been asking visitors to leave the outside world behind and enjoy what they’ve created inside.
The Story Behind St. Paul Skyline's Most Recognizable NumeralIt’s one of the most iconic signs in our state, and if you’re driving through St. Paul you can’t miss the big, red numeral on top of the First National Bank building.
Jeffers Petroglyphs: A 'Living, Sacred Site' With Native Carvings Thousands Of Years OldA couple hours southwest of the Twin Cities is a living, sacred site with Native American carvings dating back thousands of years.
Finding Minnesota: Bassett Creek Kayaker Shares Hidden GemIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us why the creek has become an urban adventure for kayakers.
Marietta's Salt Lake Is A Paradise For Birds And Bird WatchersDid you know that one of Minnesota’s 10,000-plus lakes is actually a saltwater lake?
Froggy's Cotton Candy Bar Makes Life In Le Sueur A Little SweeterHeading to the local bar has another meaning in a southern Minnesota town.
The Legend Of Dorothy Molter, The Root Beer Lady Of The North WoodsThe Land of 10,000 Lakes has no shortage of legends, and deep in the north woods of St. Louis County, you’ll find another one: Dorothy Molter.
A Field Of Dreams On Display At Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall Of FameFrom home run derbies in the backyard to pick-up games at the park, kids across the state have big league dreams, even if most of their success happens on small town fields.
Sapthre Farms Is Turning Maple Syrup Into WhiskeyJohn Lauritsen goes to Sapthre Farms in Mower County, where syrup isn’t just for pancakes and waffles.
1-On-1 With Split Rock Lighthouse's New Site Manager: 'It Had Always Been A Dream'The Split Rock Lighthouse is about to offer something new to its visitors.
'Fun And Memories': Hastings Man Spent Decades Perfecting Luge In His YardSometimes you win. Sometimes you “luge.” But in the city of Hastings, winning is luging. Especially when 78-year-old Paul Swanstrom gets involved.
Finding Minnesota: Bob Bell's Hockey Canes, From One Type Of Ice To AnotherIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us the creative way Bob Bell’s sticks go from ice time to helping people navigate icy sidewalks.
St. Croix Chocolate Company Blends Candy And ArtIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us how candy meets art at the St. Croix Chocolate Company.
Once-Struggling Faribault Woolen Mill Posts Record Year Amid PandemicIn Faribault, the Cannon River rushes by. As it does, it goes shoulder to shoulder with the Faribault Woolen Mill Company, one of the most iconic buildings in southern Minnesota. It’s from here that you get a glimpse into a whole, new world.