- TripBuzz found 63 things to do with kids in or near Cannon Falls, Minnesota, including 60 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Red Wing, Hastings, Lakeville and Burnsville.
- From Cannon Falls Canoe & Bike Rental to Cannon Falls Area Historical Museum, the Cannon Falls area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, History Museums, Farms & Ranches and Canoeing.
- A small community in Southeastern Minnesota, Cannon Park is a short drive from Minneapolis. The city is diverse with a variety of both outdoor and indoor activities for tourists to enjoy. This includes walking or jogging on Cannon Valley Trails, or touring the Cannon Falls Historic District with its interesting architecture, quaint shops and family dining.
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615 N 5th Street, Cannon Falls, MN 55009 MoreLess Info
Cannon Falls Canoe & Bike Rental is a rental company that supports activities such as rafting, biking, kayaking, and canoeing. The company has used equipment for sale and is situated nearby the Cannon Valley Bike Trail.
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206 West Mill Street, Cannon Falls, MN 55009 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1980, Cannon Falls Area Historical Museum is in the city's old 'Firemen's Hall', a building constructed in 1888. The museum offers glimpse of Cannon Falls's rich history, from its founding by the Freeborns in 1854 up to the present day.
Cannon Valley Trail is a paved trail with a scenic view that runs from Cannon Falls to Red Wing. It is ideal for hiking, biking, and rollerblading. It is mostly level and fairly shaded. There are a lot of rest stops and benches along the way.
A space of quiet meditation and contemplation on the Carleton College Campus, Joryo-en Japanese Garden welcomes visitors. A combination of lichen-covered rocks, carefully-placed bushes, and intentional landscaping, the garden embodies the principles of Zen.
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100 S College Street, Northfield, MN 55057 MoreLess Info
Carleton College Cowling Arboretum or 'arb' are acres of land next to Carleton College. It is divided into upper and lower arb. The upper arb which is closer to the campus and Northfield residents has trials for bike use, while the lower arb has primary conservation and educational importance.
Northfield Historical Society Museum preserves the history of Northfield Minnesota such as the attempted bank robbery of Jesse James and his outlaw band in 1876. Exhibits include actual artifacts and photographs of the incident.
The LeDuc Historic Estate features a Gothic Revival mansion, outbuildings , and historic grounds. Built in 1865, the house is on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate hosts special events and is open for guided tours.