I love the cool weather of Minnesota. Even the summer time is extremely comfortable and perfect for exploring many of the local sites. I’ve traveled through many states over the years and always make a note of specific sites or places to visit. 8 places to visit in Minnesota are listed below. I hope you get a chance to visit at least some of them.
8. Mille Lacs Indian Museum
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I think this is one of the most impressive museums dedicated to the Ojibwe of Minnesota. The hours vary according to the time of year, so it’s best to contact the museum directly for hours. You can also visit their website and locate their page with hours and dates on it. Admission is around 7 dollars for adults and 5 dollars for children between the ages of 6 and 17. Kids under 5 are always free. The exhibits in this museum tell the story of how the Mille Lacs band of Ojibwe traveled to Northern Minnesota. There is a room filled with traditional crafts and demonstrations of beadwork, basketry, and cooking are always going on.