What to do when I visit Minnesota? (by Ketan Deshpande) "What can we do" or "is there anything we can do or see" or "what are the top activities we can do as a family there" are some of the questions we get often from our friends that are not familiar with life in the mid… Continue reading Best places to visit in Minnesota
Best Saturday ever Let me start by saying that we had a blast last Saturday. Attended one of the best birthday parties ever. Well not mine but our neighbors. Let me set the stage for you, our neighborhood in Maple Grove, MN is a fun place. We are all very close in age, have kids… Continue reading Best Saturday ever by Ketan Deshpande
Minnesota's hidden treasures Like us if you have visited the typical well known attractions in Minnesota such as Duluth, Sculpture Garden, Mall Of America, Valleyfair, Science Museum, etc.. and are looking for places that are "off the beaten path" then this one is for you. Read more about our recent visit to the Munsinger & Clemens… Continue reading Forestville/Mystery Cave Minnesota
Minnehaha Park offers visitors a great opportunity to enjoy nature, located within minutes of downton Minneapolis, it should be on your To Do List ....
Munsinger and Clemens Gardens are located in St. Cloud, MN, approx. hour and half north-west from downtown Minneapolis where you can immerse yourself in a truly unique botanical experience. Delight in the natural beauty. Located along the Mississippi River across from St. Cloud State University, the gardens invite you to stroll the winding paths and brick pathways as you experience this dazzling Minnesota's hidden treasure.
This year we decided to attend the July 4th fireworks at Delano, Minnesota. Delano's fireworks show is "oldest and biggest in Minnesota" , going strong since 1857.Delano is also home to The Peppermint Twist, a iconic drive in restaurant that serves awesome milk shakes. You have to try their original peppermint milk shake. Good food , shakes and quick service, go visit them.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden opened in 1988 and is now open after the recent removation. It is also the home of the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry. The sculpture garden exhibits over 40 collections from the Walker Art Center. For 2017 a few new sculptures are also added.