Posts Tagged: Museum/Art

The Times, They are a Changin’

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year. DAY ONE 9 – 9:30 am Wake up to the unforgettable aroma and delicious taste of home-baked pastries at Sunrise Bakery in Hibbing.  Be sure to try an Iron Range favorite — potica (pronounced: po teet sa). 9:30 –… Read more »

Wisconsin’s Cranberries & Swiss Village

From Itineraries MinnesotaSummer Issue 2007 This itinerary is good October 3 – 5, 2007. DAY ONE 2 – 3:30 pm Depart on a Fall day to Warrens, WI for a guided tour of the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center. Learn how cranberries, native to Wisconsin, are such an intriguing little berry. In addition to the museum,… Read more »

On The Fence? Head For The Border Town Of Thunder Bay!

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2007 This itinerary is best from late spring to early autumn. DAY ONE 9:30 – 1:30 pm Known for their fresh Dutch cheese, Thunder Oak Cheese Farm is the place to witness the entire cheese-making process. Afterwards, Take a Walk Through the Past at Founders’ Museum & Pioneer Village, a… Read more »

Lake Country Scenic Byway

From Itineraries Minnesota Winter/Spring Issue 2007 Discover the charm of northern Minnesota vacation country along the Lake Country Scenic Byway. This 88-mile adventure takes you through the transition in landscape from tall grass prairie to deciduous and conifer forests. What an opportunity to explore the fresh outdoors, complete with rivers and lakes, acres and acres… Read more »

Fergus Falls: Music to your Ears. Inside & Out

From Itineraries Minnesota Winter/Spring Issue 2007 This itinerary is best Spring through Summer. DAY ONE 11 – 12:00 pm Bus Arrives. Check into your motel and grab a cup of coffee for orientation. 12 – 1:30 pm You’re in for a treat at Mabel Murphy’s Eating Establishment surrounded by the Tudor-style architecture and cozy rooms. 1:30 –… Read more »

Arts & History Tour

From Itineraries MinnesotaSummer Issue 2006 This itinerary is best all year long. DAY ONE 9 – 10:00 am Meet at the City Bakery for coffee and orientation downtown. The Art Deco style building is a great introduction to historic downtown. 10 – 12:30 pm Enjoy a narrated walking tour of historic downtown Fergus Falls along the… Read more »

Visit Duluth, Minnesota

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2006 This Itinerary works best in any time of the year. DAY ONE 9 – 10:00 am Arrive in Duluth and check in to the Hawthorn Suites located in Canal Park. Learn what they have to offer you during their Welcome Reception. 10 – 11:30 am Head over the bridge to Superior,… Read more »

My way & the Byway

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2006 This itinerary is best Spring through Fall. Witness the prairie-to-forest transformation of spectacular autumn colors while traveling the Lake Country Scenic Byway in prime season — mid-September to mid-October. DAY ONE 9 – 10:30 am Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast at the Detroit Lakes hotel, then off to tour the Becker… Read more »

Ten Chimneys = Culture, History, Revelation, & Plain Fun

From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2006 This itinerary can be customized for all times of the year. Ten Chimneys is one of the premier cultural attractions in the country — and an unparalleled experience for guests with a wide range of interests. theater, history, decorative arts, gardening, antiques, and architecture all make a trip to… Read more »

Welcome To Thunder Bay, Canada!

From Itineraries MinnesotaSummer Issue 2006 This two–day sample itinerary is best from late spring to early fall. DAY ONE 9 – 12:30 pm Enjoy breathtaking vistas from Canada’s longest suspension footbridge at Eagle Canyon Adventures. Thunder Bay is in the heart of amethyst country!  Visit such area mines as Amethyst Mine Panorama or Ontario Gem… Read more »