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  • St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis
    Photo from Rob Bostad
  • A parade of beautiful homes
  • Mississippi River gorge between the Twin Cities
  • Target Baseball Field - Rod Carew
  • Minnehaha Falls
  • Minnesota Vikings football stadium
  • Saint Paul
 

Minneapolis - St. Paul - Twin Cities walking tours

Welcome, Friend, to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota...the Twin Cities!

TwinCitiesTours.com offers several walking tours of both Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

Saint Paul is 12 river miles downstream from Minneapolis. Both cities adorn the Mississippi River like unique jewels on a stunning, eye-catching neckless. 

The great river begins 500 meandering miles upstate before passing through the Twin Cities, then 1,800 miles downstream to the Gulf of Mexico, passing through sister river cities, including La Crosse, Dubuque, Davenport, Hannibal (Mark Twain’s hometown), St. Louis, Memphis, and New Orleans.

Some of our walking tours embrace the majesty and lore of this great river. Away from the MIssissippi, others feature city lakes, streams, waterfalls, all surrounded by architecturally magical neighborhoods of Victorian-era mansions to creative modern.

Put on your walking shoes.  Bring your camera.  Join us on a TwinCitiesTours walk-about!

 

Minneapolis Riverfront

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's 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

Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis is a 50' drop and among the most photographed attractions in the city. It is also the subject of Longfellow's "Song of Hiawatha". Much to see around it as well.

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