Get to Know Minnesota…

The Land Of 10,000 Lakes

Experience Fun In All Four Seasons

When you plan your next bus trip to Minnesota, consider adding some of these great destinations and experiences. There are so many things Minnesota has to offer, including the large and exciting Twin Cities, small towns like Ely, indoor and outdoor fun, and a great experience of all four seasons. So why not book your bus ticket to the Gopher State today?


Explore Minnesota, no matter the weather! Do you like football? Take your friends and family to U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis to see the Vikings play. Is gambling more your speed? Head over to the Fond-du-Luth Casino in Duluth. Looking to entertain the kids? Try out Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in St. Paul. Love shopping? Don’t miss out on the Mall of America in Bloomington. There’s always plenty to do in the Gopher State.

Historical Sights

U.S. history comes alive in Minnesota when you visit attractions like the Forest History Center in Grand Rapids, which was modeled after the North Woods Logging Camp of 1900. The Minnesota History Center near St. Paul is also one of the most fascinating and educational sights in the state. In Little Falls, the Charles Lindbergh House and Museum offers a glimpse into the youth of the famous American aviator.

Don’t forget to visit a few Native American sites as well, from the Kanabec History Center in Mora to the Chik-Wauk Museum & Nature Center in Grand Marais.

Minnesota Must See Checklist

  • Alexander Ramsey Park
  • Segway Magical History Tours
  • Steamboat Minnehaha
  • Phelps Mill Arts and Crafts Festival
  • SPAM Museum
  • Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum
  • Chippewa National Forest
  • Nicollet County Historical Society / Treaty Site History Center
  • James J. Hill House
  • The Minnesota Vikings Museum
  • Gopher State Railway Museum
  • Sand Creek Adventures
  • Red Wing Water Park
  • Northern Hideaway Indoor Waterpark
  • Maiden Shade Disc Golf course

Book Your Trip to Minnesota Today

Minnesotans love their state because it’s got everything a person could ask for: great weather, culture, fun activities, outdoor adventures, and lots of history. If you book your bus ticket now, you can start planning an adventure you’re never going to forget to a state that will allow you to explore everything the U.S. has to offer. You can even book your own charter bus if you’re traveling with a group. Now that’s travel made cheap and simple.

Cultural Destinations

Culture abounds in Minnesota, no matter where you look. It’s impossible not to visit the Minneapolis Institute of Art, which is one of the largest art institutes in the county. The Rochester Art Center features modern and educational art exhibits while the Pioneer Place on Fifth Theatre in St. Cloud offers incredible entertainment without the need to fight the Twin City crowds.

You may also decide to visit Duluth University of Minnesota, which was established in 1947 and offers a number of incredible degree options for young scholars. Winona State University and Minnesota University of Minneapolis are also located within the state.

Where and When to Stay

Most people visit Minnesota during the summer months when the days are long and the weather is warm and temperate. However, those who neglect to visit in the winter will miss out on a number of extreme outdoor sports, such as ice fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, fat biking, and more. The winters in the Gopher State can be intense, but they’re worth braving the cold to get to enjoy the outdoor activities, be they sports or festivals.

You have your pick when it comes to where to stay in Minnesota, including resorts like Brindley’s Harbor Resort in Walker, campgrounds like the YMCA Camp du Nord in Ely, or vacation rentals like Hank’s Place in Warroad. Remember, it’s your trip, so make it your own, down to where you rest your head at night!

What to Bring

When you visit Minnesota in the wintertime, make sure you invest in a good, warm coat, some long johns, and lots of layers. If you decide to come in the spring or fall, remember some days may be chilly while others might be warm, so you’ll need a variety of clothing. In the summer, you’ll want to bring shorts, T-shirts, and an umbrella, as summers in the Gopher State can be rainy. Oh, and don’t forget your sunblock!