A Drone Flew Inside Minnesota’s Bryant Lake Bowl, And What It Captured Is Truly Remarkable

Have you ever been to Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis? If you have, you know what makes this spot so special. And if you haven’t, you’re in luck! Recently, Rally Studios – a Minnesota-based production company – flew a GoPro mounted on a drone through the landmark building. It’s become a viral phenomenon, and if you haven’t seen it yet, your jaw is going to drop. Keep reading below to learn more about Bryant Lake Bowl and to view this incredible video:

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Bryant Lake Bowl is an essential spot for anyone in Minneapolis. But if you’re not able to visit right away, the Rally Studios drone video is a must-see. Shot in a single frame by drone pilot Jay Christensen and director Anthony Jaska, it’s incredibly impressive. The drone maneuvers seamlessly through the busy restaurant, even offering views that you’d never see as an in-person visitor. In one section, it flies behind the lane to show off the pin-setting mechanism that keeps everything moving.

The video is so remarkable that it’s even been hailed by the New York Times and the BBC. Even more impressive: a Marvel Cinematic Universe director has invited Christensen and Jaska to join the crew when he shoots Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. The video has gone truly viral.

But that’s enough from us! The video is embedded below. Go ahead and take a look – it’s absolutely fascinating!

For other great drone videos in Minnesota, check out our past articles about a drone that flew over an uninhabited lake and one that captured Duluth’s Aerial Lift Bridge.

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