Minnesota roadside attractions

Minnesota roadside attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In Minnesota

  • Voyageurs National Park: National park in northern Minnesota.
  • Minnesota Facts:

    • The Guthrie Theater is the largest regional playhouse in the country.
    • Private Milburn Henke of Hutchinson was the first enlisted man to land with the first American Expeditionary Force in Europe in WWII on January 26, 1942.
    • Rollerblades were the first commercially successful in-line Roller Skates. Minnesota students Scott and Brennan Olson invented them in 1980, when they were looking for a way to practice Hockey during the off-season. Their design was an ice hockey boot with 3 inline wheels instead of a blade.
    • In 1898, the Kensington Rune stone was found on the farm of Olaf Ohman, near Alexandria. The Kensington Rune stone carvings allegedly tell of a journey of a band of Vikings in 1362.
    • Minneapolis is third to New York and Chicago for having the largest theatre market.
    Professional sports teams in Minneapolis
    Team Sport League Since Venue (capacity) Championships
    Minnesota Lynx Basketball Women's National Basketball Association 1999 Target Center (18,798) 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017
    Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball National Basketball Association 1989 Target Center (18,798)
    Minnesota Twins Baseball Major League Baseball 1961 Target Field (39,500) 1987, 1991
    Minnesota Vikings American football National Football League 1961 U.S. Bank Stadium (66,655)[223] 1969 (NFL)

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    travel life. rv life and trucking. travel and looking for roadside fun. members link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpyubr_j_njte9AzuNgR7_w/join . driving down the road through the state of Minnesota trying my best to locate some smaller roadside attractions that might draw tourist off the road to come to see their amazing little establishments whether it's a firework stand or a odd statue

    14 thoughts on “Minnesota roadside attractions

    1. That's an awesome statue and some very cool Finnish folklore. Lots of Scandinavians in Minnesota, my parents are from there. That petting zoo, lol. Pirate treasure in Minnesota?! I love it. I have a parrot like that ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. love those cute roadside attractions,mini library those photo ready designs ahahha that place is cool. have a safe trip always.again an awesome tour in that place really enjoyed watching

    3. I love roadside attractions If its abandoned when you walk up to it can tell you the history of itself to you feeling the history buddy. Keep it up buddy you doing amazing job

    4. My Dad Bill Swan made a lot of iconic fiberglass statues similar to that he made Paul Bunyan,Bibs big boy and several others which can be seen in new short Amazon ebook for only 14.99 the book is called "The man behind the mufflerman ".

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