Snowy Day Ideas After Your Move in St. Paul

BELTWhether we like it or not, the winter weather is upon us. And you could kick and scream that it’s not the 21st of December yet. But why not just embrace the cold weather and find some fun things to do inside? If you’ve recently made a move to the St. Paul area, check out these fantastic indoor activities.

Minnesota History Center

If the word “history” gives you nightmares of your boring high school teacher, fear not. The Minnesota History Center has fun and engaging exhibits like “Toys from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s” and “Then Now Wow,” an interactive tour through some of Minnesota’s history. Whether you’re looking for an interesting date night or just taking the family, admission is relatively cheap- $11 for adults and $6 for kids.

Minnesota Children’s Museum

Every parent runs into the same predicament during the winter: what do you do when it’s too cold to send your kids outside, but they need to play and release some energy? Take them to the Minnesota Children’s Museum! This museum is built to allow for exploration and physical expression all while learning about some pretty cool stuff.

Cathedral of St. Paul

Looking for an awe-inspiring place to take a date? Or maybe you want to help culture your children? Even if you’re not a religious person, the Cathedral of St. Paul is an impressive place. And if you want a guided tour, just show up at 1pm and meet in the pews in the front of the church. Or call them ahead of time for a private tour by appointment.

If you’re looking to make a move to the St. Paul area soon, don’t forget to give us a call for your free moving quote at (888)-251-0892.

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