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  • Two cities in a forest welcome you!
  • Where the Falls of Minnehaha flash and gleam among the oak trees. Laugh and leap into the valley.
    --- Longfellow's "The Song of Hiawatha"
    Where the Falls of Minnehaha flash and gleam among the oak trees. Laugh and leap into the Valley. Longfellow
  • Mississippi River flowing from Minneapolis toward Saint Paul
  • St. Anthony Falls - Minneapolis
  • Summit Avenue - Saint Paul
  • Minnehaha Falls - Minneapolis
  • Minneapolis - City of Lakes & Parks
  • Tangletown Tour - Minneapolis
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Minneapolis-St. Paul-Twin Cities sightseeing tours

TwinCitiesTours.com offers sightseeing tours of both Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota -- commenly referred to as The Twin Cities.

On our walking tours, you explore enchanting neighborhoods of gorgeous homes nestled beneath an oak-tree canopy which invoke a magical blend of Narnia and the Savvy Traveller.

Others tours embrace the majesty of the Mighty MIssissippi, the Lakes Area of Minneapolis, and the waterfall made famous in Henry Longfellow’s epic “Song of Hiawatha.”

In Saint Paul, the Victorian-Era homes in the Summit Hill area, which inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclain Lewis.  Also, St. Paul’s cultural epicenter, Rice Park, and more.

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Minneapolis Riverfront - St. Anthony Falls

St. Anthony Falls, on the Minneapolis Riverfront, for decades provided power for flour and lumber mills, the early major industries which led to the development of the city and regional economy.

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Saint Paul - Rice Park

Rice Park is the centerpiece of downtown Saint Paul. Surrounded by magnificent old buildings, a luxury hotel, a concert hall, museums,and many intriguing statues, it is the ideal place for a St. Paul walk-about.

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Minnehaha Falls - "Song of Hiawatha"

Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis is a roaring 52' drop, and the most visited and photographed attraction in the city. It is also the subject of Longfellow's "Song of Hiawatha". If you love nature, this is your tour!

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