Minneapolis Vacation - Deals & Packages!The county city of the Hennepin County in the US state of Minnesota, Minneapolis is the largest city in the state. This city is located on both banks of the Mississippi River, in the north of the confluence of Minnesota and Mississippi rivers. Rich in the water, Minneapolis boasts thirteen lakes, the Mississippi River, wetlands, waterfalls, and creeks. This city is the quintessence of the modern US city. Minneapolis boasts beautiful parks and green spaces. It is also the commercial hub of one of the largest farming areas in the country. Weather-wise, the best time to visit Minneapolis is from June to August. In this duration, residents and visitors enjoying Minneapolis vacation go to outdoors and onto the lakes. In the city, summer experiences the peak tourism and sees festivals and farmers markets in large amount. Winters in Minneapolis are frosty. To the tourist visiting the city during peak time, it is recommended to do bookings in advance in order to avail cheap Minneapolis travel packages as flight fares and hotel rates tend to rise.Places of Interest in Minneapolis Minnehaha Park Lying along the banks of Mississippi River, Minnehaha Park is in the southwest of the city. This park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Minneapolis and houses the 55 feet high Minnehaha Falls and the statues of Minnehaha and Hiawatha, who were the main characters in the Longfellow's 'Song of Hiawatha'. Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Institute of Arts puts on show an extensive collection of works from a number of nations and in a number of styles, comprising pictures by European masters such as Rembrandt and Rubens. The collection includes pieces from a range of cultures dating back to around 5,000 years. Minneapolis Institute of Arts showcases the sculptures, photographs, paintings, textiles, drawings, and prints. Mill City Museum Located within the Washburn A Mill, Mill City Museum lies on the ruins of the mill that faced devastating fire in 1991. It has an 8-storey glass facade offering the building a contrasting modern and historic appearance. The collection put on display in Mill City Museum recounts city's status as a global leader in flour production from 1880 to 1903.