Rochester Brings First-Class Cheer to Any Event

About a 90-minute drive from Minneapolis, Rochester sits on the banks of the Zumbro River and offers a distinct blend of quiet suburb and fast-paced innovation. The city of more than 100,000 is the famed home of the world-renowned Mayo Clinic, which itself brings more than 2 million people to the city each year. But those who only know Rochester as a medical mecca are in for a pleasant surprise.

14 Destinations Blend Family Vacation and Work

IT MAY BE HARD TO IMAGINE what SpongeBob SquarePants and private suites; The Great Serengeti Indoor Water Park and meeting rooms; Lynnard the llama and picnic areas, all have in common, but the answer lies right here in Minnesota.

Each belong, respectively, at the Mall of America, the Holiday Inn & Suites in Owatonna and Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth. And all have the attractions and amenities to host your special event or corporate outing, while also being able to entertain your children.

Meet in the Birthplace of Minnesota

WITH LONGER AND SUNNIER DAYS to enjoy during Minnesota summers, there is no shortage of things to do and places to go. If you’re looking for a fun destination to meet this summer, consider taking a quick 45-minute ride outside the Twin Cities to the historic city of Stillwater. Located on the St. Croix River, the charming birthplace of Minnesota offers a plethora of activities and places for people of all ages to partake in.

Boise Combines Natural Beauty With International Flair

NESTLED ALONG THE FOOTHILLS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS IS THE CITY OF BOISE. Its name is French for wooded, and you need only view a panoramic shot of the City of Trees to see that its nickname is well deserved. This American beauty has plenty to offer visiting groups, conferences and conventions-from its unique cultural heritage activities to its vibrant wine scene and overabundance of scenic expeditions.

Bask in Boise’s Basque Culture

An Evening of Magic in Santa Monica

The stately 1920’s Hotel Casa Del Mar, which sits right on the sand in Santa Monica, is always a magical place to visit. But never more so than when Derek Hughes is in residence. A "modern conjurer" and comedian, he’s performing a show he calls Insomnia in a private suite on a half-dozen dates over the next few months. I caught a preview performance of Insomnia and it’s both astonishing and charming. The space where Hughes works his magic is limited to 50 guests, giving you a close-up view of the goings on and a chance to participate. Still, 


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