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St. Anthony Falls

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Great spot to visit in a historic section of Minneapolis and walk the Stone Arch Bridge and see the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
JDD800
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Lawrence, Kansas
Nice for a walk!

Be sure to visit the falls and walking / biking bridge. Always nice to make a small walk across the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ruudsmets
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Antwerp, Belgium
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Waterfalls that once possessed religious significance for Native American tribes are today part of Minneapolis' historic district.
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West River Road and Portland Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55414
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Great spot to visit in a historic section of Minneapolis and walk the Stone Arch Bridge and see the old mills that made the city what it is today

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Be sure to visit the falls and walking / biking bridge. Always nice to make a small walk across the great Mississippi river. You get a nice view over the 'oldest' parts of town, which is nicely restored. Furthermore, this bridge basically takes you to...More

Thank ruudsmets
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you dont look at the debris in the water. Great historiy esson provided by captain en route from the dock through the flour mills.

Thank Deremy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this is a national park service run place and you get a few rangers to guide you. the lock no longer runs but is operational for flood control. you get a great view of the many falls (it is a group of falls now that...More

Thank Leonard S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Seeing the Falls from the Stone Arch Bridge is a great view. Hard to believe this is why Mpls exists !

Thank GuyDudeBro69
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Frankly, the actual falls are hardly worth a mention. What is worth a mention is the history of the area and the industry that grew up around the falls. Take a history tour and learn about that history.

Thank Michael O
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The falls are historically interesting and important, but not beautiful because they are now man made. Flooding of the Mississippi River and erosion was destroying the falls, a concrete "apron" was installed in 1869. Canals were dug on either side of the falls to provide...More

Thank capitollover
Reviewed 14 August 2018

Minneapolis has a fantastic bike system. Load the app and explore the city. There are stations all over town; easy to check in and out for 30 minute jaunts. Our favorite was the paths along the river (either side) and the falls. Great way to...More

Thank Elizabeth P
Reviewed 8 August 2018

In the heart of the town these falls are amazingly powerful. We parked up and walked down then across the bridge to the other side. The old mills have been beautifully converted into apartments. Plenty places for food and drink alongside the Riverwalk. Very interesting...More

Thank Anne B
Reviewed 25 July 2018

We had the good fortune to attend a wonderful concert at the Nicollet Island Pavilion that looks out on the beautiful St Anthony Falls. It quiet and beautiful tranquility of the falls is a wonder of nature in itself. There are walking paths and places...More

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Hello Chapmans5, On the east side bank of the river, crossing over from Minneapolis city side, there is one of my favorite places, called Wilde Roast Cafe. They have a website that will give you details of their hours... More
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Hello 67foxy, There is a parking ramp located at: 2nd Street South East, Minneapolis. The cost isn't too bad, I'm usually paying $5.00 for the time I am using it. There is also an underground tunnel directly from the... More
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