Visit Minneapolis, Minnesota to take in the local landmarks like the Spoon and Cherry sculpture at the Walker Art Center.

Minneapolis truly does offer something for everyone.  Whether you’re into music, art, theatre, sports, craft beer, nature or nightlife, you’ll find it all here! Find buses to Minneapolis with Jefferson Lines to have some fun!

If you love the theater, you’re in the right place! To name a few, Minneapolis is home to the oldest continuously running dramatic theater, Old Log Theater, and the largest dinner theater in the country, the Chanhassan Dinner Theater. The Guthrie Theater is the largest regional playhouse in America. Book a ticket to Minneapolis MN to catch a show at this historic venue!

But this city offers more than just theatrics.  For instance, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the largest urban sculpture garden in the country and showcases more than 40 famous works of art and spectacular gardens.

Minneapolis also loves its sports. This city is home to the Minnesota Vikings, the Twins, the Timberwolves, as well as the Lynx, with the Minnesota Wild located in nearby St. Paul. Minneapolis is also home to several golf courses, which may play a role in the fact that the Twin Cities has the most golfers per capita than any other city in the country! But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Minneapolis is also home to the main campus of the University of Minnesota. This Big Ten School of 60,000 Golden Gophers is a famed research facility that features everything from exciting athletics to world-class academics. Whether you’re headed to the U of M for school, or would like to experience an exciting football match-up, hockey game, or other sporting event (Go Gophers!), bus travel is always a convenient option.

Minnesota also has 90,000 miles of shoreline – more than California, Florida and Hawaii combined – which doesn’t only translate to rural areas, but runs throughout the cities as well. The cities are also known for their many miles of lake and bike paths that cater to outdoor enthusiasts and fitness lovers alike. This, along with the city’s dedicated effort to improve paths within the metro, is one of the reasons why Minneapolis is the most bike-friendly city in the nation! From professional athletics, to boating, hiking, biking, and everything in-between, Minneapolis is the perfect place to experience something new.

Skyline of Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Minneapolis is rich with interesting history. The nation’s first Better Business Bureau was founded in Minneapolis in 1912. The first children’s department within a library is said to be that of the Minneapolis Public Library, which separated children’s books from the rest of the collection in December of 1889. Minneapolis is even the home of the first automatic pop-up toaster, which was marketed in June 1926 by McGraw Electric Co. under the name “Toastmaster.” (The retail price was only $13.50!). In 1919, a Minneapolis factory turned out America’s first armored car, while Tonka Trucks was busy developing their toys that continue to be manufactured in Minnetonka today. Interested in more Twin Cities history? Check out The Minnesota History Center.

Waterfront views of Minneapolis

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Whether you’re interested in the arts, sports, history or anything in between, we hope you’ve learned a bit more about the spectacular Twin Cities! Get started on your next adventure when you buy your Minneapolis bus tickets online today. In fact, if you’re looking to travel just about anywhere in the Midwest, Jefferson Lines can take you there! Check out our many locations here. Happy browsing, and have a great day!