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May 2012

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Minnesota Museums Month: Family Fun at the Children's Museum

Kids burn off energy. Parents get a change of scenery. At the Children's Museum, it's a win-win.

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Feed the Animals this Summer at Fawn-Doe-Rosa Educational Wildlife Park

Hand-feed deer, ducks, ponies, goats, and more at this large, open park. And see a black bear, wild cats, and exotic birds up-close.

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Weekend Outlook: It's Fair Time

Grand Old Day and The Edina Art Fair are here to kick off a summer season packed with outdoor art and entertainment festivals.

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Minnesota Museums Month: Dinos Arrive at the Minnesota Zoo

Stroll the Minnesota Zoo to see 15 enormous animatronic dinosaurs in the zoo's exciting exhibit Dinosaurs.

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Travel Tech Tools

A short list of tech tools ready-made for the road.

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About This Blog

Whether you are a seasoned Twin Cities traveler or planning your first trip to Minnesota, this blog will introduce you to many new adventures to add to your itinerary. From day trips and scenic discoveries to luxurious girls weekends, travel tips, and insider scoops, our editors will give you all the information you need to enjoy your stay Up North.

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