Indoor winter fun in the Twin Cities

Considering the unreasonably cold weather we’ve already experienced this winter season, we'd be remiss if we didn’t list some indoor activities to consider. Below is a sampling of indoor happenings:


Other notable places: Science Museum and MN History CenterSea Life Minnesota Aquarium at Mall of AmericaMill City MuseumMinneapolis Institute of Arts.

And for outdoor fun, on those days when the thermometer creeps up above miserable — Winter in the Twin Cities: Outdoor fun.

 


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    (paigeelliott [at] tcdailyplanet [dot] net) Paige Elliott was born and raised in south Minneapolis. Paige works as a freelance reporter for TC Daily Planet, having completed a Media Skills Fellowship in the spring.