Segways, river boats, steam boats, Dutch bikes, or your own two feet—those are just a few of the ways you can tour Minneapolis! Tours are available for just about anything you might be interested in: learn about local history, view local breweries, experience delicious food, see the new home of the Minnesota Vikings, and more!

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Above the Falls Sports Tours

Welcome to Above The Falls Sports. We promote recreation in the Mississippi River Valley and share the beauty of this river and of Minneapolis with you from the unique perspective of paddling a kayak on the river. Our tours are perfect for birthdays, bachelor/ette parties, corporate events, and much more!!

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Bitter Minnesota Brewery Tours

For people interested in Minnesota craft beer culture, Bitter Minnesota is a craft beer tasting and brewery tour experience in Minneapolis, MN. Our all-inclusive guided tours take adventurous people interested in tasting locally produced craft beer to several of Minnesota’s best craft breweries and taprooms.

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Magical History Tour

Be transported back in time on one of our 100+ Segways from our storefront location in St. Anthony Main!  Join us on a Magical History Tour™ where you can enjoy the rich history of the Riverfront area from 10,000 BC to the present as you glide effortlessly along

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Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is one of the crown jewels of the city’s park system, uniting two of Minnesota’s most cherished resources—its greenspace and its cultural life. The 11-acre site Directions, home to the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry, showcases more than 40 works from the Walker Art Center’s renowned collection.

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Minnepaolis by Bike Day Tours


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Gondola Romantica

Enjoy the romance of Venice blended with the beauty of the St. Croix River and the charm of Stillwater.

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Padelford Riverboats

Narrated public excursions depart from Harriet Island in St. Paul. The historically narrated public sightseeing excursions run 1 1/2 hours.Sights along the way include: the St. Paul High Bridge, Pig’s Eye’s Cave, the Minnesota River mouth, Pike Island, and the timeless splendor of the mighty Mississippi River.

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Paradise Charter Cruises- Lake Minnetonka

Sightseeing boat cruises, scenic tours and private charters on Lake Minnetonka and the Mississippi River. With options ranging from wedding boat & river cruises, corporate events, birthday parties, dinner cruises and more.

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Paradise Charter Cruises-Mississippi River

Paradise Charter Cruises and Minneapolis Queen offer sightseeing boat cruises, scenic tours and private charters on Lake Minnetonka and the Mississippi River. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the majestic Mississippi River, the Minneapolis Skyline and the beautiful Lake Minnetonka area.

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St. Croix Boat & Packet Co

Create lasting memories…experience the beauty of this National Parkway, the scenic St. Croix River.  All public cruise prices include a delightful lunch or dinner.   Dixieland “Jazz Me” foot tapping music is yours to enjoy on Saturday night and Sunday 1:30pm and 4:30pm cruises.

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SteamBoat Minnehaha

The Minnehaha provided fast and reliable transportation for the tourists and residents of Lake Minnetonka for nearly twenty years. Finally, after a complete restoration, the Minnehaha returned to passenger service in 1996 and has operated on Lake Minnetonka every season since.

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Pedal Pub

Our mission is to provide a fun, safe, environmentally-friendly way for groups of eight to sixteen adults to get some light exercise and fresh air while touring interesting parts of town on a big Dutch-made bike.

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Target Field Tours

All Tours begin at Gate 29 on 7th Street near the Majestic Clubhouse Store. Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes, as tours may cover a distance of approximately one mile.

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Twin Cities Food Tours

The Historic Northeast Walking Food Tour takes place in one of 22 neighborhoods in Minneapolis. Savor favorites from 6 locations including sausages also served at the Minnesota Twins Stadium, authentic Neaopolitan Pizza, traditional Greek desserts, and gourmet cheeses, to name a few.

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Twin Cities Tours

These peaceful, picturesque sister cities are nestled in a vast hardwood forest adorned with lakes, waterfalls, the Mighty Mississippi River, and a stunning parade of gorgeous, older-style homes,

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Traveling Tap

Are you ready to pedal and party? The Minneapolis Traveling Tap is Minneapolis’s premier luxury party bike experience, offering three classic routes in Minneapolis or St. Paul. Each bike can fit between 6-16 people, or rent two to double your fun!

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US Bank Tours

Your ninety-minute guided adventure through U.S. Bank Stadium will give you behind-the-scenes access to the new home of the Minnesota Vikings. Discover the inner workings of U.S. Bank Stadium including premium clubs and suites, the Thomson Reuters Press Level, stadium art collection, team locker room, stadium floor and so much more.

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Wabasha Street Caves

Once home to local mobsters and speakeasies, this event hall is built into massive sandstone mines located on the south shore of the Mississippi River in Downtown St. Paul. Offering regular and mobster-themed cave tours as well as a big band swing night, they instruct you to remember the speakeasy password: “Gus sent me.”