Minnesota is bursting with natural and cultural splendour, from the lake-filled North Country to the marble facade of the State Capitol in St. Paul.

State Capitol Building

This famous structure was created by Cass Gilbert. Learn about its amazing history, art, and architecture.

Superior National Forest &  Waters Canoe

Northeast Minnesota is covered in the Superior National Forest, which has pristine lakes and rivers. Within the forest is the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

Paddle Voyageurs National Park

This predominantly backcountry park is a great spot to go canoeing, boating, fishing, and engaging in other outdoor activities.

Minneapolis Institute of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art, which welcomes more than 700,000 people each year, offers a variety of artwork and attractions that are all free to view.

Cathedral of St. Paul

The majestic St. Paul Cathedral in St. Paul was constructed in the early 1900s and is now a popular pilgrimage site and the National Shrine of the Apostle Paul.

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory

One of Minnesota's top family attractions is the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. You can have a whole day of fun for all ages right here.

International Wolf Center

An educational facility that supports and advocates for wolves' conservation is the International Wolf Center, which is close to Ely.

Split Rock Lighthouse

Split Rock Lighthouse was constructed in 1910. The lighthouse, foghorn building, keeper's residence, tower, and light are all open for tours.