Best places to visit in Minnesota: discover the Top destinations of Minnesota
The state has a highly educated and healthy society. Most of Minnesota’s residents have Western-European ancestry, although the Hispanic population is on the rise. The small communities of original Native Americans are merged with the influx of immigrants from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden houses major sculptures, while the Walker Art Centre has some unique and bold displays of artwork. The state is home to the huge Mall of America among other attractions like the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, the Minnesota Zoo and the Como Park Zoo with its huge glass dome. Also visit the award-winning International Wolf Centre with its educational exhibits and interactive displays.
The state has a variety of festivals and events for every month of the year. The eleven-day Minneapolis Fringe Festival is a summer event with theatre, dance and musicals, while the Aquatennial in held in the third week of July and celebrates the city’s famous water bodies. One of the largest country music festivals in the region is the three-day WE Fest which is held every August. Also worth a mention is the 10,000 Lakes Festival held every July at Detroit Lakes and the Moondance Jam classic rock festival near Walker.