Minneapolis is a city of about 400,000 people and the largest city in Minnesota. Along with neighboring Saint Paul, it forms the urban core of the Twin Cities region, the third largest metropolitan area in the Midwest after Chicago and Detroit.
Minneapolis Hotels
Search for hotels in Minneapolis, Roseville (6 miles east) and Saint Louis Park (5 miles southwest).
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Downtown is the central business district of Minneapolis.
Guthrie Theater is a theater in Minneapolis.
Orpheum Theatre is a theater in Minneapolis.
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South Minneapolis is a district in Minneapolis. South Minneapolis has several interesting neighborhoods.
Target Field is a baseball stadium in Minneapolis.
Walker Art Center is an art gallery in Minneapolis.
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North Minneapolis is in Minneapolis. North of downtown, the same alphabetic north-south avenue names are used west of Lyndale as South Minneapolis.
State Theatre is a theater in Minneapolis.
TCF Bank Stadium is a college football field in Minneapolis.
Mill City Museum is a museum in Minneapolis.
Loring Park is a park in Minneapolis.
Orchestra Hall is a concert hall in Minneapolis.
Lake Calhoun is a lake in Minneapolis.
Lake Harriet is a lake in Minneapolis.
Minnehaha Falls is a park in Minneapolis.
Lake Nokomis is a lake in Minneapolis.
Mill Ruins Park is a park in Minneapolis.
Como Park is a park in Saint Paul.
Como Park Zoo is a zoo in Saint Paul.
Nicollet Mall is a mall in Minneapolis.
Target Center is a basketball stadium in Minneapolis.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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