Take A Weekend To Wine, Dine, And Explore The Little Germany Of Minnesota

Did you know that Minnesota has a German town? It’s the small city of New Ulm, a community about 90 miles southwest of Minneapolis that was founded by German immigrants in the 1850s. Though it is not a huge city, New Ulm is still packed with interesting things to do, many of which echo the German heritage that the town is known for. Read on below to find out where to wine, dine, and explore in the Little Germany of Minnesota.

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All in all, New Ulm – Minnesota’s Little Germany – is a wonderful place to wine (or beer!), dine, and explore. Next time you’re looking for an interesting road trip packed with fun attractions, this is your place!

Have you ever been to New Ulm? What was your favorite thing to do there? Let us know in the comments! And if you’d like to suggest your other favorite Minnesota towns for us to feature, let us know by filling out our nomination form!

Address: New Ulm, MN 56073, USA