Tours in Maplewood


Segway Rental or Tour from All American Segway (Up to 51% Off). Five Options Available.

All American Segway Tours

Multiple Locations

On guided tours, Segways travel around Lake McKusick or roll along the St. Croix River before heading into Lakefront Park

$80 $39

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Distillery Tour, T-Shirt and Craft Cocktails for Two or Four People at Du Nord Craft Spirits (Up to 52% Off)

Du Nord Craft Spirits

Longfellow

Take a tour of the facility that ends in the cocktail room, where the company’s craft spirits imbue drinks with their signature flavor notes

$68 $39

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Two-Hour Self-Guided Segway Tour for Two or Four from Evolve Segway (Up to 52% Off)

Segway of Minnesota

City Lakes Area

Riders roll through lake trails on self-guided Segway tours; includes comprehensive rider orientation

$196 $99

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Standup Paddleboard & Yoga Class for One, Two, or Four or SUP Rental at Stand Up Paddle and Sail (Up to 51% Off)

Stand Up Paddle and Sail

Forest Lake

Hands-on training session that gives beginners the foundation toward mastering stand up paddling with emphasis on form, rhythm, and balance

$180 $89

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$35 for a 60-Minute Sweetheart Cruise on Lake Minnetonka for 2 from Wayzata Bay Charters ($66.90 Value)

Wayzata Bay Charters

Excelsior

Passengers take in the natural scenery and sip champagne on a 60 ft. yacht

$66.90 $35

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Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery (Up to 55% Off)

Millner's Heritage Vineyard and Winery

Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery

Get a behind-the-scenes take on the winemaking process with a vineyard tour followed by a tasting of Hungarian- and Austrian-style wines

$54 $25

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Select Local Merchants

With a passion for boating the waters of Lake Minnetoka to take in views of the region's natural beauty and lush green landscapes, Wayzata Bay Charters' owners charter their 60-foot lake cruiser to make the experience accessible to all. The owners decked out their two-level cruiser—which can host up to 60 people—with a full bar, two satellite TVs, satellite radio, a 2,000-watt sound system, and enough helium balloons to keep both the boat and the party afloat. Believing a jaunt on the lake makes for an ideal event whatever the occasion, they've designed packages specifically for weddings and bachelorette parties, and they still offer public cruises to assure everyone has a chance to take to the water.
Po Box 44451
Eden Prairie,
MN
US
Though they've only been leading paddling tours for a few years, the certified guides of Stand Up MN have already helped thousands of people explore the Twin Cities' local waterways up close. After equipping their guests with standup paddleboards, personal flotation devices, and ample training, they embark on trips along the quiet stretch of the Mississippi River that cuts through their urban landscape. From St. Paul, groups glide under bridges and pass idyllic natural areas—and from Minneapolis, they can take a break from paddling to high-five low-flying birds from a rope swing over the water. Stand Up MN also leads extended paddling tours to Taylors Falls, where state parks and tumbling waterfalls abound. These excursions are complemented by the company's special events, which include speed-dating events at which participants spend most of the time hanging out while paddleboarding.
2560 Crosby Farm Road
Saint Paul,
MN
US
Corralling groups for a night on the town can be difficult, as partygoers must wait for everyone to finish their drinks and grab their stuff before moving on. The team at Amsterdam Pedals helps smooth out such roadblocks with their 16-person pedal bar?a group bicycle outfitted with comfortable, inward-facing seats, a table, a cooler for BYOB drinks, and a driver to steer the whole rig. The trips cruise around the easy slopes of three signature routes, which can hit a variety of hot spots downtown, pubs and restaurants on 7th Street, or parks, where passengers can uproot and steal valuable trees. Guests can adjust their seats to suit their leg span, accommodating heights of 5 feet and taller, with three bench seats available for shorter clients. Tours can meander about St. Paul until 2 a.m., when the pedal bar must be returned to Amsterdam Bar & Hall.
6 W 6th St.
Saint Paul,
MN
US
In 1969, the founder of Padelford Riverboats, Captain William D. Bowell, Sr., launched the Jonathan Padelford steamwheeler into the Mississippi, hoping to bring visitors to the riverfront for leisurely jaunts. After more than 30 years of expanding his fleet and ferrying passengers along the historic waterways, he handed the reigs over to his daughters and nephew. Today, the family operates five boats equipped with dance areas, bars, sun decks, and the nostalgia that William hoped to keep alive. With the Twin Cities' skyline and the rugged, green banks of the river as the backdrop, US Coast Guard–licensed vessels float passengers past sights such as Pig's Eye Cave, Fort Snelling, and Pike Island. Some cruises also include dinner or fireworks, and special holiday cruises are also available.
Harriet Island
Saint Paul,
MN
US
Capital City Trolleys charters a fleet of vintage-style vehicles and trolleys, ushering up to 20 passengers through New Orleans's historical and picturesque streets. Certified drivers cart revelers to their desired destinations during chartered rentals, cultivating a memorable corporate outing or ride to the airport. For weddings, Capital can transport brides, grooms, and ring-bearing bulldogs around town in a classic 1952 Bentley Mark VI luxury car.
140 Wabasha Street South
Saint Paul,
MN
US
If Taste Twin Cities only had one metropolitan area to visit, the variety of food options would already be outstanding; with two, it's a culinary treasure trove. And that's exactly what participants find on these jaunts?which have made quite a name for themselves in the local press. In Minneapolis proper, groups stroll along on the Minneapolis Riverwalk Tour, sampling food such as barbecue sliders, nibbles from the city's first Thai restaurant, and cheese curds as the guide regales them with architectural and cultural knowledge. The Brewery Tours, meanwhile, take groups on a guided tour of an assortment of local breweries, where they sip eclectic brews and learn about the beer-making process. Over in St. Paul, visitors board a coach bus for the Chocolate & Wine Decadence Tour, where they pair those titular items together and sample truffles that Oprah called "the best truffles in the country, possibly the world!" Then there's the River Road Winery Tour, which takes groups to three area wineries where sip samples and learn about the winemaking process, which includes humanely putting grapes to sleep before crushing them.
652 Transfer Road
Saint Paul,
MN
US
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