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Popular Attractions near Northeast

If you're a first time visitor to Northeast, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Northeast.


What are some good attractions near Northeast?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Northeast.

Parc Boutique
320 E Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN
Lunds Pharmacy
55 University Ave SE Minneapolis, MN (612) 548-3835
Surdyk's Liquor Store and Gourmet Cheese Shop
303 E Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN
Dinkytown
14th Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN
St. Anthony Main
219 SE Main St Minneapolis, MN (612) 623-8347
Father Hennepin Park
Main St. SE Minneapolis, MN
Pracna On Main
117 Main St SE Minneapolis, MN
Bell Museum of Natural History
10 Church St SE Minneapolis, MN (612) 626-9660
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Pillsbury Dr. SE Minneapolis, MN
Stone Arch Bridge
1 Portland Ave Minneapolis, MN
Nicollet Island
Hennepin County, MN
Dangerous Man Brewing Co
1300 2nd St NE Minneapolis, MN
Mill City
Minneapolis, MN
Mill Ruins Park
103 Portland Ave. S Minneapolis, MN
Gold Medal Park
W River Pkwy Hennepin County, MN (612) 339-4711

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"Parc Boutique has affordable and chic women's apparel."  See More

"There is a grocery store called Lunds Pharmacy nearby that has a great salad bar."  See More

"My personal favorite things over there are Kramarczuk Sausage Co Inc, Surdyk's Liquor Store and Gourmet Cheese Shop and Parc Boutique."  See More

"Its main campus is just across the river from downtown Minneapolis near an area called Dinkytown."  See More

"Walk around and enjoy the riverfront and the Stone Arch Bridge."  See More

"If you would prefer to ride into Downtown Minneapolis, you could consider Father Hennepin Park."  See More

"Do dine in Minneapolis's oldest building, head to Pracna On Main."  See More

", explore the East Bank of campus with its lovely buildings (including the Bell Museum of Natural History) and two enclaves of student life, where you'll find some good, cheap eats: Dinkytown and Washington Avenue between Harvard St."  See More

"The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities is also great for cute stores & restaurants, Dinkytown & 7 Corners are the most popular."  See More

"* Dangerous Man Brewing Co has take-out menus for nearby restaurants on its tables, and you can bring grub into the taproom with you."  See More

"If you want to get out of Uptown, there is Mill City area with a park along the Mississippi or a little bit east of downtown there is Minnehaha Falls which has a number of cool spots."  See More

"Also nearby is Gold Medal Park—and on the far end of it (away from the Guthrie) is Izzy's Ice Cream."  See More

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  1. Parc Boutique
  2. Lunds Pharmacy
  3. Surdyk's Liquor Store and Gourmet Cheese Shop
  4. Dinkytown
  5. St. Anthony Main
  6. Father Hennepin Park
  7. Pracna On Main
  8. Bell Museum of Natural History
  9. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  10. Stone Arch Bridge
  11. Nicollet Island
  12. Dangerous Man Brewing Co
  13. Mill City
  14. Mill Ruins Park
  15. Gold Medal Park
Where can I find out more about Northeast?

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