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410 Project – 523 S Front St, Mankato – Community art space in downtown Mankato offering instruction and classes, 410 Project is volunteer-powered striving to encourage and support emerging regional artists.
Alexander Park – 900 E Main St, Mankato – Located at the top of Main Street hill in Mankato, Alexander Park is a favorite place to play as it has a large playground, lots of open space, and tennis courts.
All Seasons Arena – 1251 Monks Avenue, Mankato – A long-time Mankato indoor ice skating rink providing family fun for over 40 years.
ARTifact – 321 N. Riverfront Dr., Mankato – Artifact is a 1500 square foot creative space focused on paint-your-own pottery.
Arts Center of Saint Peter – 315 S Minnesota Ave, St. Peter – Promoting and supporting local art, The Arts Center of St. Peter offers exhibits and performances by local artists as well as classes and a gift shop.
Benson Park – 2000 Carlson Dr., North Mankato – Open park in upper North Mankato with lots of green space and a pond. Benson park also has a paved trail, playground, and restroom. Dogs are allowed on leash.
Bent River Outfitter – 530 N Riverfront Dr B, Mankato – Locally owned Bent River Outfitters is the Mankato area's go-to for kayaks, canoes, and more!
Betsy-Tacy Houses – 333 Center St, Mankato – The original houses of Betsy and Tacy from the Maud Hart Lovelace stories located in the historic Lincoln Park neighborhood.
Blue Earth County History Center and Museum – 424 Warren Street, Mankato – The Blue Earth County Historical Society has been active since 1901 and offers a wealth of information about the Mankato region's rich history.
Blue Earth County Library – 100 E Main St, Mankato – Mankato's public library offers books, magazines, reference material and has a dedicated children's wing.
Bluff Park – 188 Mary Circle, North Mankato – A city park with a paved trail running through a large wooded area.
Bounce Town – 1860 Adams St, Mankato – Bounce Town in Mankato offers over 8000 square feet of indoor play areas for kids up to age 12, an arcade, and concession stand.
Boy in Blue Memorial – Lincoln St, Mankato – The Boy In Blue historical marker in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in Mankato honors those from Blue Earth County who volunteered and gave their lives in the Civil War.
Bray Park and Campground – 22214 Oriole Road, Madison Lake – Bray Park features a large beach and play area along with a separate campground.
Carnegie Art Center – 120 S Broad St, Mankato – Exhibiting local artwork for 36 years, The Carnegie Art Center is a long-standing Mankato art gallery.
Caswell Park – 1875 Howard Dr., North Mankato – Large park with ball fields and soccer fields in Upper North Mankato.
Chankaska Creek Ranch & Winery – 1179 E Pearl St, Kasota – Chankaska Winery offers wine grown from their own grapes as well as their own distilled spirits.
Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota – 224 Lamm St, Mankato – One of Mankato's premier attractions, The Children's Museum offers activities and exhibits for all ages.
CityArt Walking Sculpture Tour – Downtown Mankato and North Mankato, Mankato – Brought to you by CityArt, The Walking Sculpture Tour, annually rotating over 20 installed pieces of artwork, is a highlight of a visit to Mankato or North Mankato!
Clair's Creek Park – 433 Diamond Creek Rd, Mankato – Claire's Creek is a small trail leading through a wooded area in the Mankato Diamond Creek subdivision.
Cox House Museum – 500 N Washington Ave, St. Peter – This historic home in St. Peter belonged to one of the town's earliest settlers and first mayor, Eugene Cox, and was built in 1871.
Dork Den – 603 N. Riverfront Dr., Mankato – Dork Den is the number one game shop in southern Minnesota and the nerdiest nerd store south of the Twin Cities!
Dotson Park – 101 Oak Knoll Blvd, Mankato – Dotson Park is a quaint space in the middle of an established West Mankato neighborhood. Mature trees shade the playground and green space. Ice skating is available in the winter months. No pets allowed in the park.
Drive A Tank – 550 W. Cherry St., Kasota – Located a short drive from Mankato in Kasota, Drive A Tank offers an extreme adventure!
Duck Lake Park – 61861 232nd Ln, Madison Lake – Located just north of Madison Lake, this popular park with beach and lake access offers volleyball, picnicking, fishing, swimming, and a playground area.
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