Geocaching is gaining more and more popularity every year. Will this be the year you get started? It seems like a lot of fun, doesn't it? Let’s get the party started! First you have to download the Geocache app on your phone (which will help you find Geocaches easily). Make sure you have a GPS app as well. There is a great community here to answer your questions and to learn about Geocaching. … [Read more...] about Geocaching in the Twin Cities
What you say? It's back? When did it leave and where did it go? The cherry was moved for several months so it could get a long overdue paint job. But its back and you should come take a look at it in all its retouched glory. The sculpture garden at Walker is still free all day from 6 am to midnight and you can see the shiny cherry and 44 other sculptures for free. Millions of visitors have … [Read more...] about The Cherry from the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is Back!
McRae Recreation Center 906 E 47th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407 Need a kid-free night? Bring kids ages from 5-12 down to the park to enjoy dinner and a movie! Kids will enjoy some active group games in the multipurpose room after the movie. $8.00 (Resident) $15.00 (Non-resident) Register here. … [Read more...] about Enjoy a Date Night Drop off Kids for Dinner and a Movie
If you have a 6th grader - sign up to receive the 6th Grade Minnesota History Pass. The pass is good through August 31 of the year after 6th grade. Sixth graders can visit any Minnesota Historical Site or museum for FREE (excludes field trips, paid programs or specially priced exhibits). Any child who is in 6th grade during the current school year is eligible for the pass. Click here to register … [Read more...] about 6th Graders Eligible for FREE admission to all MNHS locations through August 31
Did you know that the Science Museum of Minnesota offers reduced admission and deals on memberships for families and individuals with limited incomes? If you are at least 18 years old and enrolled in one or more of the following: TANF, MFIP, WIC, General Assistance, Medical Assistance, MinnesotaCare, SSI, SSD, Food Stamps, Section 8 or Free/Reduced Price School Meals, you are eligible for a … [Read more...] about Discount Admission and Membership Tickets Available at the Science Museum
Minneapolis and St. Paul may be bisected by the mighty Mississippi River, but are so inter-connected, they’re called the Twin Cities for good reason. In fact, most folks in Minnesota just call them “the cities.” Though very different in feel, they both offer a variety of free or inexpensive entertainment for locals and visitors on a budget. Between the two of them, they have free art, music and … [Read more...] about 10 free & cheap things to do in the Twin Cities
The first full weekend of the month is coming and that means Bank of America customers can visit museums FREE through the bank's Museums On Us program. Just show your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card and a photo ID on Saturday or Sunday and you will get FREE admission to more than 150 museums and attractions in cities across the United States. In the Twin Cities, you can … [Read more...] about Museums FREE First Weekend of the Month for Bank of America Customers
Take advantage of Second Saturday Rides program sponsored by Metro Transit this Saturday, January 10. On the second Saturday of the month, visitors going to the Minnesota Children's Museum can ride the Metro Transit for FREE. In addition, each visitor who shows their downloadable ride pass will received $2 Off the same-day Museum admission (for that day only). Click here to download your FREE … [Read more...] about FREE Transit Rides to Minnesota Children’s Museum