Gammelgarden Museum – 11.70 miles N
“Gammelgården” means Old Farm in Swedish. Here visitors can step back in history and experience the lives of early Swedish immigrants in the only open air museum devoted to Swedish immigration in the United States.
Today, in buildings that have been carefully preserved and restored, visitors can get a glimpse of the daily lives of these immigrants and participate in events and classes to learn more about the culture and times of the immigrants.
Osceola and St. Croix Valley Railway – 32.03 miles
The Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway is located in historic Osceola, Wisconsin, providing a truly unique opportunity for kids of all ages to experience vintage train travel while viewing the scenic St. Croix River Valley.
Spring Lake Amusenent Park – . 14.52 miles NE.
Springlake Amusement Park was an amusement park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was originally established in 1922 (some sources say 1924) by Roy Staton about six years after his spring-fed pond at NE 40th and Eastern (now Martin Luther King Blvd) had been open to swimmers and picnicers.
Bell Museum of Natural History – 39.00 miles
The Bell Museum is located on the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota at the southwest corner of 17th Avenue (Church Street) and University Avenue S.E. with easy access from either I-35W or I-94.
Don Julio’s Mexican Restaurant – 39.16 miles N.
Don Julio’s is located in the new building on the corner of Westhiemer & Taft that used to be La Strada restaurant. This is actually a really neat place, with mixed atmospheres between the first & second floor. First of all, it is best to valet park, which is tip-based parking. Avoid parking on the street because the area is crawling with two trucks, especially on weekends. There are 2 bars, one downstairs, which is open to the entire restaurant. The windows overlook Westhiemer & the place is clean.
Art Institute of Minnesota Inc – 40.80 miles NW.
The Art Institutes International Minnesota is part of The Art Institutes, a system of proprietary colleges focusing on creative industries. The Art Institutes International Minnesota offers certificate, associates, and bachelor’s degrees with an enrollment of over 2,000 students. The school is located in two facilities in Minneapolis, MN, the LaSalle Building, located at 15 South 9th Street in downtown Minneapolis, and the historic Pence Building, located on the corner of 8th and Hennepin.