Built into the bluffs on the Mississippi River, this 370,000-square-foot museum features a hall of human biology and a large ... More
Science Museum of Minnesota
Built into the bluffs on the Mississippi River, this 370,000-square-foot museum features a hall of human biology and a large screen, 415-seat theater that supplements the museum's exhibits of dinosaurs and fossils. Rotating exhibits on everything from holograms to the human heart keep the crowds returning. The William McKnight-3M Omnitheater screens a varying selection of films. The state's longest reptile, a 40-foot steel iguana, guards the main entrance.
Located on the State Capital grounds, this memorial honors Minnesotans who served in the Vietnam War. More than 1000 names
are engraved in the granite memorial. These are the Americans who were either killed or missing in action as ...
Once the home of railroad baron, James J. Hill, the Minnesota Historical Society now owns this mansion. Tours provide a
glimpse into what astonishing wealth could buy at the turn of the 19th century. It contains 42 rooms including ...
The Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life compares the lives of Minnesota Pioneers with those of the Dakotah Indians
who lived in the region. Costumed interpreters give tours of the site, which includes a 19th Century farm house, ...