Como Park Zoo & Conservatory
It’s free! Great zoo, walking paths, gardens, conservatory, pool for families, etc.
A great clean zoo to enjoy with your children! The conservatory is a must, especially on cold or rainy days.
We love this place!! Beautifu walk around thel lake, You can rent paddleboards, canoes, paddleboards, kayaks and peddlecabs Zoo and conservatory is well worth your time.
An "urban" zoo with a theme park attached (mainly for little kids). Though a bit smaller than the MN Zoo, this zoo is FREE and has many unique animals (penguins and puffins), particularly in the feline species (mountain lions, lions, panthers, etc).
Amazing zoo and arboretum with a large selection of animals 🐯🦒 🐸🐒🦍🐠🐍🦏ALL for FREE! No entry fee
“-Several floors of "historic" science as well as "modern" science that are very "hands-on." -Also has the Omni theater to "sit back" and watch the movies in the dome. ”
“One of the most distinctive and the third largest cathedral in the US. Filled with art, gold leaf and sculptures.”
“Go for the beer and stay for the food! They also have a pizza kitchen on the second floor. Great outdoor space to lounge or play outdoor games with friends.”
“It doesn't really feel like winter in State of Hockey's Capital City until you've made a trip to the Xcel Energy Center for a Minnesota Wild game. The 2019 Isobel Cup Champion Minnesota Whitecaps—the professional women's team returns for year two at Downtown's TRIA Rink after bringing home the championship in their inaugural season. Cap off the season by watching the best high school hockey around at the Minnesota Girls' and Boys' State High School Hockey Tournaments at Xcel Energy Center (Feb. 19-22 and March 4-7, respectively.)”