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Local Attractions A to Z

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
http://www.thespco.org/concerts-tickets/target-free-family-music

Orchestra Hall
http://www.wamso.org/kinderkonzerts.html
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org/education-a-outreach/young-peoples-concerts
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org/education-a-outreach/young-peoples-concerts/upbeat
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org/education-a-outreach/target-free-family-concerts

Minneapolis Institute of Arts
http://artsmia.org/search/index.php?term=target+free

Walker Art Museum
http://www.walkerart.org/calendar/2012/teen-art-lounge-3
http://www.walkerart.org/target-free-thursday-nights
http://www.walkerart.org/free-first-saturdays

Guthrie Theatre

http://edinboroughpark.com/content/facilities/edinborough_park/adventure_peak/index.htm

MALL OF AMERICA – http://www.mallofamerica.com/home
Mall of America Special Events
Sea Life MN Aquarium
Nickelodeon Universe
Lego
American Girl, Special Events
Movie Theatres
SOUTHTOWN CENTER – http://www.southtownbloomington.com/coupons.html
Events
Valleyfair
Renaissance Fair
The Minnsota Zoo – http://www.mnzoo.com/
Imax Theatre – http://www.imax.com/oo/great-clips-imax-minnesota-zoo/
Pump It Up
Sky Zone – http://minneapolis.skyzonesports.com/
TRAINS
Hennepin Overland Railway Historical Society -2501 East 38th St, Minneapolis. Open 1-4 PM, Saturday and Sundays through April. Closed Easter.  Learn about model railroading, bench work, track laying, construction, scenery, wiring, structures, and membership. Cost is $5 per person or $10 per family. Monthly berships are available.
Click here for area Storytime
NATUREFur-ever Wild
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Minnesota Bell Museum of Natural History
Minnesota Raptor Centerhttp://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=494733607040470086#editor/target=post;postID=9034415117250561155
Richardson Nature Center
Woodlake Nature Center
CRAFTS
Heartfelt
Mish Mash
Sewtropolis
FAIRY GARDENS
Little Enchantments
PLAYTIME
Creative Kid Stuff
Valleyfair - Shakopee
SPORTS
Centennial Lakes Putting Course – Edina
Prokart Indoors – Burnsville
ART
Hopkins Center for the Arts - Hopkins
Walker Art Center – Minneapolis
Museum of Russian Art - Minneapolis
Minneapolis Institute of Arts – Minneapolis
Children’s Theatre – Minneapolis
Minnesota Orchestra – Minneapolis
Foshay Museum and Observation Deck – Minneapolis
Minnesota History Center – St. Paul
Mill City Museum – Minneapolis
Historic Fort Snelling – St. Paul
State Capitol – St. Paul
James J Hill House – St. Paul
Alexander Ramsey House - St. Paul
Wheel Fun Rentals - Lake Harriet, Lake Nokomis, Minnehaha Falls, Lake Calhoun

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