What is there to do in Minnesota?

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Actually, the amount of snow kind of depends on WHERE in the state you are talking about. The southern parts of the state do not get as much or regular snow cover that the northern regions do. There is lots of hockey, downtown St. Paul is filled with different events and restaurants, and the north is filled with state parks and scenery.
The second largest tourist destination in Minnesota is actually a casino. We have several large casinos in the state, and the one most visited is closed to the largest metro area of Minneapolis/St Paul.
The state contains a wide variety of destinations and attractions. In the center of the state a confluence of prairie, hardwood, and bluffland merge to become a mecca for birdwatchers, especially during migration.
Northern MN boast many stunning views along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Duluth is the hub of many conventions during the year and a wonderful vacation spot.
Southern MN is host to the world class medical facility, Mayo Clinic, in Rochester - about 80 miles south of Minneapolis/St.Paul. Visitors can get there from GO Rochester Direct shuttle from the MSP airport.

The cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul both boast many worthy destinations. Choose from a number of museums, parks, shopping, lakes and water activities. There is an extensive trail system which makes walking, biking, and skating in these cities a real pleasure.
The best way to find what might interest you is to use the Explore Minnesota website which has a great searchable database of information about destinations and activities in the state.
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