What to Do in St. Paul, MN?

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St. Paul is a wonderful city full of history, food, and fun. The city of St. Paul began as a trading settlement and was the most northern place on the Mississippi River. In later years, St. Paul and adjoining Minneapolis formed the Twin Cities, which is the largest urban area in the Midwest behind Detroit and Chicago. If you are visiting St. Paul in the near future (or want to explore your own city for a day), here are some great things to do in the city.

Wabasha Street Caves

Take a themed tour of the historical Wabasha Street Caves. From the Mill City Mobs-Tour to the Ghosts & Graves Tour, you will be delighted at how fun a historical tour can be. You can also enjoy events like the blast from the past Swing Night at the Wabasha Street Caves or throw your own private events there. From murder mystery parties to wedding receptions, you will love your time spent at the event when you enjoy it at the street caves.

Minnehaha Falls

Breathtakingly beautiful, this outdoor adventure is calling your name. St. Paul’s Minnehaha Falls and Park is something you do not want to miss out on. Enjoy a nature hike along the trails and enjoy the most of the falls in the warm spring air. This is conveniently located in the city so you do not need to travel far to experience the wonder that these natural falls will instill. Get your outdoor fix at Minnehaha!

Sweet Pea’s Pub

A neighborhood favorite, Sweet Pea’s is a must-visit pub in St. Paul. With delicious dishes like their signature Totcho Lucy and unforgettable Chicken Pot Pie, you will be wishing you lived in St. Paul full time. Plus, Sweet Pea’s has a killer drink menu. Enjoy local brews and specialty cocktails, then finish off the night with their unforgettable Chocolate Chip Lucy dessert – who could resist. Sweet Pea’s classic pub environment is exactly what you are looking for in a bar in St. Paul, and you will be glad you did not miss out on the best one around. Head on down for the best lunch St. Paul has to offer the next time you are in the area!

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