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9 Best Things to Do in Rochester, Minnesota

Ketki Dongare Sep 5, 2019
Welcome to the birthplace of what is a prestigious healthcare organization and most of the attractions and landmarks in Rochester are biased by Mayo Clinic. That being said, Rochester is a city that will leave you mesmerized completely by the urban-rural vibes it surpasses.

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The Mayo Clinic has a National Historic Landmark to its credit, the Plummer Building - an iconic structure of Rochester.
Plummer House of the Arts Gardens is the most popular cultural attraction of Rochester with green spaces and gardens, beautifully trimmed lawns, perfect for weddings and receptions.
The limestone fossil quarry with natural hiking trails in the campus at Quarry Hill Nature Center, with scenic natural beauty is open to public all days a week.

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Honor the war veterans at Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial, built as a tribute to the 3,000 women and men of Minnesota who lost their lives during the battle.

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Enjoy a day of biking, swimming, or wandering around the Silver Lake Park, or just rent a boat and go paddling in the lake.
You'll find yourself in depth of intensive collections of a well preserved history and heritage of Rochester at the History Center of Olmsted County. The museum is ope to public all through the year, serving as an educational platform in showcasing the golden past of the region.
Find yourself strolling and doing all the heavy lifting at Peace Plaza Downtown or Apache Mall, where you'll come across local independent shops and boutiques to top brand stores.
Children’s Dance Theatre is a fun way to acquaint your kids with the world of art, dance and performance, and theater. They're sure to have a good time learning the basics of theatrics!
It's your time to experience the wonderful Christian community lifestyle with the one-of-a-kind Bluffscape Amish Tours.