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Minnehaha Park

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Minnehaha Park

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4801 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55417-2373
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Walking St. Paul Summit Ave. Victorian Homes Private Tour (2 hrs)
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Walking St. Paul Summit Ave. Victorian Homes Private Tour (2 hrs)

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For 2 hours, take a private, guided stroll along charming and historic Summit Ave. in St. Paul, Minnesota, past stately homes built during the Victorian era that are nearly perfectly preserved today. You'll hear stories about the barons and tycoons who built these homes and how their houses have survived 120 or more years of change. You'll also wind through a former back alley now transformed into a charming city street that features modern residences in historic structures.<br><br>Residential architecture buffs will spot nearly every type of home style popular during the Victorian era - Queen Anne, Italianate, Georgian Revival, Neo-classical, Romanesque, Beaux Arts, Tudor and more.<br><br>Love grand, old homes that are pristinely preserved as active residences? Enjoy meandering outdoor sidewalks among trees, parks, fine landscapes and beautiful buildings? This tour is for you.<br><br>"Informative &amp; fun! A walking Wikipedia." David S., FL USA<br><br>"5 stars! Personable...knowledgeable." Thalia S., GA USA
$150.00 per adult
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bhfoodie2017 wrote a review Oct 5
Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin143 contributions27 helpful votes
This a great stop very busy but beautiful hike or just sit and relax. Must pay for parking but worth it.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Thomas V wrote a review Oct 1
Oakland, California9,854 contributions1,675 helpful votes
This is a very pretty park in the center of the city. I spent some time walking around and getting some exercise and it was lovely even in the winter.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Amber A wrote a review Sep 2020
Onalaska, Wisconsin4 contributions
Cute little park with lots of space. There was a restuarant called sea salt right in the middle of the park. It smelt amazing but we didn't get any food from there. The fall itself was beautiful. It takes you out of the city for a minute. It wasn't hard to get to or anything either. If you want to get closer you just have to walk down some stairs and you are at the bottom. The one thing I did notice was that the path ways and the stairs had trees and branches growing over it.. not very well kept. But it is worth the stop. There was also a gentleman playing his guitar and singing which made for a relaxing moment while looking at the falls. I definitely recommend stopping.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Margopenelope wrote a review Sep 2020
Southborough, Massachusetts20 contributions1 helpful vote
I went in the winter and it was just incredible! The frozen waterfall was mesmerizing. There wasn't much area to walk (it was mid-snow emergency) but it was well worth the stop. I hope to go back when it's warmer and the water is flowing!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Alexandra T wrote a review Sep 2020
Murrieta, California1,584 contributions583 helpful votes
Minnehaha Park is quite large with playgrounds and walking trails. There is a serene little garden where just a few feet away you can get a nice photo of the falls. If you go down a set of concrete steps you can get a great view of the falls. The waterfall is about 53 feet high and quite a sight to see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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