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Cold Blooded Expos: Minnesota Reptile Show for Two from Cold Blooded Expos on June 14 or September 20 (Up to 42% Off)

Minnesota Reptile Show for Two from Cold Blooded Expos on June 14 or September 20 (Up to 42% Off)

Cold Blooded Expos

DoubleTree Hotel Bloomington

Shows throughout the year feature reptiles, exotic mammals, food, cages, and other pet supplies

$12 $7

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The Works: $16 for Admission for Four to The Works Museum ($32 Value)

$16 for Admission for Four to The Works Museum ($32 Value)

The Works

Minneapolis

Kids get to experiment and experience interactive exhibits while exploring kid-friendly engineering and design concepts

$32 $16

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American Swedish Institute: General Museum Admission for Two or Four to the American Swedish Institute (50% Off)

General Museum Admission for Two or Four to the American Swedish Institute (50% Off)

American Swedish Institute

Phillips

Explore the castle-like Turnblad Mansion and its lavish artwork and furniture; see the Hagstrom guitar exhibit which opens June 20

$18 $9

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Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Walking Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Walking Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Government Center Plaza

Bring your smartphone and explore the city in a scavenger hunt to get points, which involves documenting specific activities with a camera

$39.90 $20

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Lee's Limousine: $79 for a Wine-Tasting Tour and Riverboat Cruise from Lee's Limousine ($159 Value)

$79 for a Wine-Tasting Tour and Riverboat Cruise from Lee's Limousine ($159 Value)

Lee's Limousine

Rosedale Center

Limo stops for wine and cheese tastings as well as a St. Croix River boat cruise

$159 $79

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Lady of the Lake Cruise: Narrated Sightseeing Cruise for Two or Sunset Dinner Cruise for Two from Lady of the Lake Cruise (Up to 45% Off)

Narrated Sightseeing Cruise for Two or Sunset Dinner Cruise for Two from Lady of the Lake Cruise (Up to 45% Off)

Lady of the Lake Cruise

Excelsior

Board a three-deck paddlewheeler for a narrated cruise on Lake Minnetonka

$28 $16

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Wayzata Bay Charters: Narrated Lake Minnetonka Public Cruise for One, Two, or Four from Wayzata Bay Charters (Up to 48% Off)

Narrated Lake Minnetonka Public Cruise for One, Two, or Four from Wayzata Bay Charters (Up to 48% Off)

Wayzata Bay Charters

Excelsior

Passengers board the 60-foot lake cruiser complete with satellite TV, restrooms, and a full snack bar for a narrated cruise

$33.34 $18

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Ironhorse Railroad Park: Visit for Two or Four to Ironhorse Railroad Park (Up to 50% Off)

Visit for Two or Four to Ironhorse Railroad Park (Up to 50% Off)

Ironhorse Railroad Park

Chisago City

The museum includes the 1895 Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad depot and about 20 pieces of large equipment, including an MRA engine

$24 $14

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

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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Lakes Waconia Boat Cruises: Up to 48% Off Happy Hour or Morning Cruise  at Lakes Waconia Boat Cruises

Up to 48% Off Happy Hour or Morning Cruise at Lakes Waconia Boat Cruises

Lakes Waconia Boat Cruises

Waconia

From the merchant: Lake Waconia Cruises offers Tiki Pontoon Cruises for all ages. Relax / Enjoy the 2nd largest lake in Mpls/St.Paul MN

$96 $55

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Buffalo Rock Winery: $59 for a Winery Tour Package for Two at Buffalo Rock Winery ($102 Value)

$59 for a Winery Tour Package for Two at Buffalo Rock Winery ($102 Value)

Buffalo Rock Winery

Buffalo

Sample reds, whites, and rosés, along with fruit wines, produced and bottled at this woman-owned winery

$102 $59

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

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

Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery

Kingston

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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Crow River Winery: Wine Tasting Package for Four with Either Wine Credit or Charcuterie Board at Crow River Winery (Up to 47% Off)

Wine Tasting Package for Four with Either Wine Credit or Charcuterie Board at Crow River Winery (Up to 47% Off)

Crow River Winery

Hutchinson

Groups sample award-winning wines made from Minnesota cold-climate grapes, plus chocolate truffles and fine olive oils and vinegars

$75 $40

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Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery: Wine and Spirit Tasting Package for Two or Four at Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery ( 50% Off)

Wine and Spirit Tasting Package for Two or Four at Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery ( 50% Off)

Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery

Eau Claire

After sampling wines and spirits, guests can enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail, plus a credit towards any wines or spirits purchase

$46 $23

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  • American Museum of Asmat Art
    Get ready for some serious visual stimulation at Saint Paul's American Museum of Asmat Art, where art experts and novices come together. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3510 Vivian Ave
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Walker Art Center
    In 1879, a lumber baron named Thomas Barlow Walker built an extra room onto his house. He mounted his 20 favorite paintings on the room's walls and opened it to the public. This private collection transformed into a public gallery with the founding of Walker Art Center in 1927. Over the following decades, the center's staff amassed a collection focused on modern art, gathering works from Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, and Alberto Giacometti. Today, this permanent collection has expanded to encompass more than 11,000 modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures, and photographs, more than 800 film pieces, and more than 1,200 artists' books. In the whimsical multistory geometric helix of the Barnes building, seven cube-shaped galleries radiate from a central core on terrazzo floors and under lofted ceilings. Docents lead group tours through the galleries to see rotating exhibitions or play hide-and-seek with Jackson Pollock. Current exhibits have explored the contemporary still photography of Cindy Sherman, American avant-garde film from 1960 to 1973, and prints, paintings, and sculptures produced after 1989. Inside the museum's social spaces, docents also host artist talks, film screenings, and open houses. Designed as a contemporary twist on old European opera houses, the center's McGuire Theater draws visitors into its intimate space for live dance, theater, and music performances as well as performance art. Museum exhibits and events also spill outside to a central square and the four quadrants, bordered by granite and evergreen hedges, of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. As visitors walk across its lawns, they can glimpse iconic modern sculptures, cross a 375-foot steel-and-wood footbridge, or watch staff teach plants to paint in the Cowles Conservatory.
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    1750 Hennepin Ave.
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • Hennepin History Museum
    Originally the home of the Dakota and Ojibwe, Hennepin County began with the hopes and dreams of immigrants, New Englanders, and retired veterans. Why these entrepreneurs, farmers, laborers, craftsman, and vacationers decided to settle in what seemed to be a frigid, uninhabitable land is still a mystery, but their innovations and lineage are traced through the exhibits at Hennepin History Museum. The museum, located inside the historic George Christian mansion, hosts rotating exhibits and permanent collections that paint a picture of Midwestern life in the 19th and 20th centuries. From more recent decades, there are objects from Minneapolis Aquatennials and high-fashion clothes from downtown department stores such as Dayton's and Young-Quinlan. The Pillsbury Doughboy presides over it all, reminding guests of the importance of milling to the region's history. Photographs, personal papers, and atlases round out the collection, whose contents are further illuminated during the museum’s frequent events. Experts and authors, for instance, deliver talks in the museum’s intimate fireside room, whose fireplace keeps guests warm and prevents them from huddling in the museum's historical bear-skin rugs. In another tucked-away area, researchers and amateur historians pore through the material in the library, which is open to visitors 5 days a week, and in the archives, which is open by appointment. They might find maps of the region from the start of the 20th Century or old pictures of homes in the neighborhood, all steeped in memories and history.
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    2303 3rd Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts
    When the Minneapolis Institute of Arts first opened its doors in 1915, it was the product of several decades of arts advocacy. A group of 25 citizens formed the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts in 1883 with the goal of giving their community access to creative arts. More than a century later, this commitment to the community has taken the permanent collections from 800 works to close to 80,000 objects and has made the museum Minnesota's largest art educator. The collections, divided into seven curatorial areas, encompass a period of 5,000 years and hail from every corner of the world. The Asian Art collection represents 17 different Asian cultures, and Arts of Africa and the Americas holds more than 3,000 pieces of sculpture, basketry, painting, and beadwork. Temporary exhibitions bring collections of artwork from other institutions. The museum's interactive learning stations supplement understanding of topics such as modernism or 17th-century European painting with animation, video, and audio recordings.
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    2400 3rd Ave. S
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • The Goddess of Glass
    Most students in introductory stained-glass-making classes are in search of a new hobby or a fun few hours, but not Connie Beckers. In 1995, she took such a course and soon built a career around the art of stained glass and kiln-working. Now, through The Goddess of Glass, she teaches others her craft during classes that cover the creation of jewelry, coasters, plates, and transparent overalls. She’s also been known to flex her instructional muscle as a guest artist on the DIY Network show I Hate my Kitchen, on the episode entitled Cramped Quarters, where she taught the show’s host and contractor how to make stained-glass tiles for a kitchen in the middle of remodeling. The Goddess of Glass also sells artwork and gifts out of a separate retail shop. Patrons can commission a custom piece, such as a stained-glass window, or peruse a collection of pieces by more than 80 local artisans. The shop’s staff can also advise clients who need custom framing, helping them to pick the proper matting and frame so that their Richard Nixon rookie cards really pop.
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    3243 Girard Ave N.
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • The Museum of Russian Art
    Housed inside a Spanish Colonial–style former church, The Museum of Russian Art exudes an aura of hushed reverence—sunlight streams through Romanesque windows, and arches frame the museum’s collection of paintings and sculptures. The lofty setting is ideal for an art collection that spans eons, from unearthed Byzantine-era golden urns to paintings depicting a turbulent post-Stalin Soviet Union. The Museum of Russian Art bills itself as the only museum on the continent dedicated to preserving Russian art. It continues to do so by collaborating with museums in Russia and the United States, recruiting artifacts, accumulating artwork, and reassembling hopelessly jumbled Matryoshka dolls for its ever-rotating collection. In tandem with the museum’s collection, curators strive to illuminate Russian culture by hosting lectures from scholars of Russian culture and leading free one-hour tours each weekend.
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    5500 Stevens Ave
    Minneapolis, MN US

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