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Parks & Natur in Minneapolis

Waterfall
“SeaSalt is open early Spring until late Fall. It's a great place to grab a beer/wine, fish taco, some gumbo and hang out on their patio. Often times, there is musical entertainment on the Falls lawn.”
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Bridge
“Great walking and sightseeing downtown Minneapolis and The Mississippi River. ”
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Skulpturengarten
“A beautiful place to walk, sit on a park bench or have a picnic and just take in the sculptures and the skyline.”
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Lake
“A really fun lake to walk around because of the beautiful architecture of the surrounding homes. A little quieter than Lake Calhoun.”
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Park
“3min walk. Lovely sunken park with a lake and lots of dog walking, picnicking, festivals etc.”
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Park
“Theodore Wirth Park is huge and great for running, mountain biking, hiking, and cross country skiing. You can rent equipment there if you need anything.”
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Bridge
“One of the best places to walk around, grab a bite, check out some local museums, see the Mississippi River. Etc. it’s beautiful!”
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Park
“Beautiful Park inside Downtown. It is on the Mississippi River. Izzy's Ice Cream is across the street! Drive, Bike, or walk across the Stone Arch Bridge!”
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Garten
“The Rose Garden is the second oldest public rose garden in the United States, and showcases 3,000 plants in 100 different varieties. It sits on 1.5 acres located near the Northeast corner of Lake Harriet, and was designated an official All-America Rose Selections (AARS) test rose garden in 1946.”
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Park
“This park is famous and only a mile away. It's also being restored as part of Minneapolis's Restore the Mississippi project. ”
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Nature Preserve
“The gold standard of urban hiking, the trails of Eloise Butler take hikers through a web of scenic Minnesota low-land. Park your car at Eloise Butler (or, better yet, take the city bus there), and set off on one of the many trails that meander through untouched ponds and vibrant marsh ecosystems. If you take the hike in the summer, the buzz of the freeway will soon fade away, replaced by the hum of frogs and cicadas.”
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Park
“Walk to the lake on a hot summer day. It'll be a day at the beach. Walk, run, bike around the lake on the biking and running designated trails. ”
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Lake
“Formerly known as Lake Calhoun, arguably the most popular lake, park in the Twin Cities. Great place to watch the sunset too!”
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Bridge
“This historic bridge brings you along the grand Mississippi River. Check out the Gold Medal park nearby and climb the spiraled hill to the best view of the Cities. Then, head to the Mill City Museum making it a perfect day. The museum and bridge paths are an archaeological testament to the grain mills that were the economic engine of the Twin Cities. ”
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Garten
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“Locally sourced food that will suit carnivore, vegan or gluten-free eaters. For gluten-free and dairy-free breakfast, this place can't be beat. Love the righteous pancakes and super red green earth. Good selection of coffee and tea drinks.”
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Park
“City treasure is home to the 53-foot-high Minnehaha Falls. The park is one of the oldest and most popular in the city. There is a nice walking trail and other fun things to do include strolling through a pergola garden, dining at the Sea Salt Eatery, and enjoying a live show at the Minnehaha Bandstand.”
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