Welcome to Minnehaha Park, one of Minneapolis's oldest and most popular public parks. This gorgeous 170-acre park is a part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area and is home to Minnehaha Falls and the lower Minnehaha Creek.
Explore what is considered to be 'the most photographed site in Minnesota', the park holding the 53-foot spectacular waterfall site, limestone bluffs, and river outlooks throughout. While here you can cycle, hike, picnic, play disc golf, enjoy public art and/or performances, play volleyball, and enjoy the wading pools. There is an onsite bandstand, kid's playground, and even a closeby restaurant, Sea Salt Eatery.
There are also various gardens and historic sites, like the ones below!
- Longfellow Gardens
- Longfellow House
- Minnehaha Dog Park
- Minnehaha Falls Pergola Garden
- Minnehaha Parkway
- Princess Depot
- Song of Hiawatha Garden
- John H. Stevens House