Break Your Way Out Of A Harry Potter Themed Escape Room At Trapped Puzzle Rooms In Minnesota
For those who have ever wanted to visit Hogwarts — the next best thing is the Harry Potter escape room MN. While we can’t exactly send an owl to deliver your Hogwarts letter, we can recommend this exciting adventure. The Harry Potter escape room near me is full of whimsical intrigue as you puzzle your way to the exit. The next time you’re looking for a fun night out, consider paying a visit to Trapped Puzzle Rooms, where you’ll find an experience that you won’t soon forget. Sound good? Read on below to learn more.
For more information about the Harry Potter escape room MN, visit the Trapped Puzzle Rooms website, where reservations are also made. Why not make a night of it and stay at the nearby Hewing Hotel? Have you been to the Harry Potter escape room near me? Please let us know in the comments.
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Magical Places To Visit In Minnesota
What are some magical places to visit in Minnesota?
This is a list of the most magical places in Minnesota. Here are a few highlights to consider.
- Franconia Sculpture Park (29836 St. Croix Trail, Shafer, MN): This unbelievable space is open every day, offering 50 acres of well-maintained paths and more than 100 public sculptures to explore. An interesting note is that works are created by a revolving group of artists, so they are switched out from time to time, allowing for new works to come in. Pack a picnic and spend an afternoon here pondering over the art, and if you have children, they love the expansive, colorful playground.
- Minnesota-Shaped Forest (Forest Area Township close to the Canadian border): A state with a forest shaped like itself is fascinating and has been out in the woods for at least 30 years. It was created by an imaginative forester from the Department of Natural Resources by only using a compass and a map. What??? The work involved cutting a section of trees into the shape of Minnesota. When they grew back, the trees formed the lovely shape of our state.
- St. Paul Winter Carnival (Rice Park, 109 W. Fourth St., St. Paul, MN): If you really want an enchanting experience, this is the event of the year. Offering art shows, ice sculptures, and a big parade, there's a chance to show off your creativity in some of the competitions. And the years when the ice palace is offered will blow your mind. This historic festival dates back to 1886 creating a winter wonderland with exciting light shows all over the city.