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Fitzgerald Theater10 E Exchange St St. Paul, MN 55101 US +1-651-290-1200
DOWNTOWN. Originally opened as the Schubert Theater, it was renovated and renamed in 1994 for St. Paul's literary hero, F Scott Fitzgerald. Its primary tenant now is Lake Wobegon's Garrison Keillor when he's not on the road. The building is handsome and comfortable with good acoustics and sight lines. Contact the box office for show times and prices.
Foshay Tower821 Marquette Ave Minneapolis, MN 55402 US +1-651-259-3000
DOWNTOWN. At 32 stories and 447 feet, Foshay Tower seems small by today's skyscraper standards. However, the tower, built in 1929, was the tallest building in Minneapolis until 1971, when it was eclipsed by the 775-foot IDS Tower. Today, Foshay Tower is a well-preserved remnant of graceful, 1920s-era Art Deco style and is home to the W Hotel Minneapolis.
Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life2097 W Larpenteur Ave Falcon Heights St. Paul, MN 55113 US +1-651-646-8629
NORTH ST. PAUL. Take a horse-drawn buggy back in time to the 1870s at this living history site. Pioneers Henry and Jane Gibbs inhabited the original "soddy" from which the current farmhouse evolved. Visitors learn about Minnesota's rapid changes towards the end of the 19th century and explore an authentic barn and one-room schoolhouse, along with replicas of the original sod structure and Dakota tipis and barklodges. Interpreters in period dress perform tasks that keep the farm working, as well as entertaining both parents and children. Kids love the gift shop with its wide array of old-time sweets.
Great American History Theatre30 E 10th St St. Paul, MN 55101 US +1-651-292-4323
DOWNTOWN. Dedicated to preserving the rich history of the state of Minnesota and its residents, the Great American History Theatre produces folk performances and historically based plays. Most of the company's performances are staged downtown at the Crawford-Livingston Theatre. Previous performance topics have included a devastating fire in 19th century Iowa and the life of Judy Garland.
Gross National Golf Club2201 St. Anthony Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55418 +1-612-789-2542
Gross National is a par 71 gold course with gently rolling hills with elevated tees and greens. Riding carts are rentable, although many golfers enjoy walking the course. There are three sets of tee-markers on each hole to challenge all skill levels.
Guthrie Theater818 S 2nd St Minneapolis, MN 55415 US +1-612-377-2224
MILL DISTRICT. Birthplace of the professional American Regional theater movement, the Guthrie bridges the gap between community theater and commercial Broadway productions. The Guthrie's resident acting company presents classic works and promises high professional standards. In its sleek, Jean Nouveau-designed space on the river, the Guthrie boasts three distinct stages, including a thrust, a proscenium, and a black box-inspired studio space. A full-service restaurant and a gift shop are also on the premises.
Hazeltine National Golf Club1900 Hazeltine Blvd Chaska, MN 55318 +1-952-556-5400
Hazeltine is a par 72 course like no other. Golfers are faced with a prairie and wood lands and a water hazard like no other. Lake Hazeltine is a fearsome challenge on a number of holes on the course. Home of the 91st Annual PGA Championship, Play the course that the best players in golf have been on.
Heimie's Haberdashery400 St. Peter St. Paul, MN 55102 +1-651-224-2354
Heimie's may be known primarily as an upscale men's clothing store, but this place has a few surprises up its sleeve. While picking up their suits, men can stick around for a hair cut, facial, beard trim, scalp massage and other barber services. It's the perfect way to prepare for that big event or romantic date. Heimie's Haberdashery, located in St. Paul, is where men can go to be pampered. Give it a try; you'll never scoff at your girlfriend, wife, mother or sister's spa days again!
Heritage Links8075 Lucerne Blvd Lakeville, MN 55044 +1-952-440-4653
Heritage Links is a beautiful 18 hole, par 71 championship golf course. The front nine has a link feel to it with water and rolling terrain. The back nine is more wooded, lined with tree, water, bunkers and great elevation changes.
Hiawatha Golf Club4553 Longfellow Avenue S Minneapolis, MN 55414 +1-612-724-7715
Hiawatha is an 18-hole regulation golf course, par 73. It is a long course, generally flat with mature trees and small greens. Two fairways and four tees border Lake Hiawatha. Minnehaha Creek flows into Lake Hiawatha through the back nine holes. There are 12 ponds and 30 sand traps strategically placed throughout the golf course.