5 Fun Things to Do with Kids in Minneapolis/St Paul

If you’re looking for your next great family adventure, or someplace different to take the kids, we have you covered. Spending a day out with the kids is a great way to recapture your own childlike curiosity and love of play, so we’ve included plenty of options that will make the adults as happy as the kids. Below are some of the best, most unique, and most beloved things to do with your kids in Minneapolis and St Paul.

Minnehaha Regional Park

A 193-acre park along the Mississippi River, Minnehaha is a beloved Minnesota park, and its waterfall has even been celebrated in a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem. There are miles and miles of wooded trails through the park leading to dramatic waterfalls that cannot be missed. Bring some water shoes, so you can splash around beneath the waterfalls. The large rocks below the waterfall or the beach near the water are great places to picnic with the family. Wabun Picnic Area also has several picnic shelters, a playground, disc golf, and a wading area to cool down in the water. 

Afton Apple Orchard

Why not spend a fun afternoon apple-picking with the kids? Afton Apple Orchard is a family-owned orchard with apples, strawberries, raspberries, pumpkins, and more. You can go just to pick fruit or the perfect pumpkin for Halloween, or you and the kids can enjoy Afton Orchard’s petting zoo, hayrides, playground, and 15-acre corn maze.

Crayola Experience

Located in the Mall of America is this colorful, child wonderland. There are more than 20 attractions located inside Crayola Experience, and it is one of those places that will surprise you with how much there is to do/enjoy. Try the Color Playground or have a dance party with “Cool Moves”. There is also several live shows each day, a “Melt & Mold” attraction where you can change your favorite crayon into a keepsake, an “Activity Studio”, and even more! Everyone will have fun and enjoy the opportunity to let their creative side take over.

Minnesota Children’s Museum

Located in St Paul is the Minnesota Children’s Museum. The Museum offers dozens of interactive exhibits and special programs designed to help children grow and learn while having a wonderful time. Some of the popular exhibits are “Our World” (a pretend town where kids get to be in charge), “The Studio” (where you can paint the next masterpiece), and “The Scramble” (a four-story climber and obstacle course). There is something for everyone at the Minnesota Children’s Museum and it is an especially great place for anyone with toddlers or younger kids.

Bunker Beach Water Park

Waterparks are always a family favorite, and Bunker Beach Water Park certainly delivers all you’d want for an exciting day under the sun and at the pool. With several attractions to choose from, there is something for everyone, no matter their age. The “Sandbox”, with play equipment and sand tables with running water, is great for younger kids. And older kids will love “Twisted Towers and Splash Cove” with its six waterslides. There is also a wave pool and lazy river, as well as water basketball and an adventure pool.

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Aquariums around Minneapolis – St. Paul, MN

Far inland on the Northern Mississippi in the Nation’s Upper Midwest, the Twin Cities might be an unusual place to find a stunning diversity of aquatic life……but thankfully this is the case! Visitors and locals alike will delight in the variety of aquarium options throughout the Twin Cities area. Read on for some of our favorite selections of aquariums and aquatic life experiences around Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Sea Life at Mall of America

Inside the mammoth installation that is the largest mall in the Western Hemisphere, is an accompanying aquarium that matches it in scope and scale. Sea Life at Mall of America is 1.3 million US gallons and over 10,000 animals are a breathtaking addition to any travel itinerary. See iconic species such as the sand tiger shark, green sawfish, loggerhead sea turtle, piranha, alligator gar, Caiman crocodile, scrawled boxfish, porcupinefish, and seahorses. 

Exhibits take visitors through an immersive and interactive tour of the famous aquatic ecosystems of the world in a series of pools, tunnels, and enchanting tanks from the tidal zone of the Pacific Northwest, to the tropical homeland of the cownose ray, the colorful coral reef neighborhood of clownfish and the Amazon. A variety of group, family, and individual experiences are available for visitors of all ages and interests to get a closer look at the aquarium and its workings, including feeding, petting, behind-the-scenes tours, Q&A sessions, and self-guided tours. 

https://www.visitsealife.com/minnesota/

SeaQuest Roseville

In the quaint neighborhood of Roseville is this end of the Twin Cities’ own aquatic animal attraction, with a distinct value on putting YOU in the action! Here at SeaQuest Roseville, visitors who seek a more personal experience with a cast of lovable aquatic animals can snorkel with a stingray family, feed (or more so play) with Asian otters, receive a doctor fish pedicure, or do it all! SeaQuest is a great centrally located option for travelers who want a memorable, hands-on visit with aquatic animals. 

Minnesota Zoo

While not specifically an aquarium, the Minnesota Zoo’s attention to the care and education of aquatic animals earns a more-than-merited spot on our list. Famous faces such as the West African dwarf crocodile, southern stingray, seahorse, sea otter, sand tiger shark, leopard shark, Hawaiian monk seal, and African penguin are just some of the water-loving celebrities visitors can see here. Exhibits travel the world to give visitors a look into the diverse habitats that belong to these species, including the tropical rainforests and tidal regions of our lower latitudes, Russia’s Far East, and the rocky southern coast of Africa. 

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory

The Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is a true triple threat, with charming architecture, beautiful gardens, and a wealth of sea animals. Puffins, African penguins, harbor seals, grey seals, Galapagos tortoises, and the mighty polar bear flourish here along with a larger list of aquatic and land animals. Aside from the animals, Como Park Zoo and Conservatory has a number of rides, dining options, and quiet spaces to provide visitors with a range of experiences.

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5 Quirky Date Night Destinations in Minneapolis/St Paul

Date night doesn’t have to be the same each time. While we all love cuddling up at the movies or trying new restaurants or embracing a bit of high culture at museums, every once in a while, date night needs to be shaken up. Each city has a hidden world of strange, quirky, and delightful things to do. Try any one of these on your next date night and embrace the weird, whimsical part of life.

Ice Castles Minnesota

A quirky date night for the wintertime, and something which combines the magic of a winter wonderland with the fun of exploration. Every year ice caves, caverns, and tunnels are made by artists with frozen waterfalls and slides for the kid in everyone. Ice Castles is a wonderful frozen attraction, beautifully crafted to heighten the magic of winter. 

Can Can Wonderland

Known as a “whimsical wonderland”, Can Can Wonderland is an amusement center that will keep you and your date entertained all night long. There are classic date night activities like mini golf right next to vintage arcade games, with plenty to drink and eat. But the true charm of Can Can Wonderland is its commitment to the whimsical. The atmosphere and aesthetic takes pride in the quirky and eclectic. You’ll never know what to expect or guess what you’ll see next and that’s part of the fun.

WhirlyBall Twin Cities

Take an evening off from romance and simply go play. Whirlyball is a truly quirky game, but it is also loads of fun. The sport combines lacrosse, basketball, hockey, and bumper cars. You’ll crash into each other, accidentally throw the ball near your date’s head, and laugh until your stomach hurts. In between games, take a break and grab some beer and burgers at the restaurant next to the court. 

Game Show Battle Rooms

Do you and your significant other enjoy binge watching the Game Show Network on a night-in? If so, then the next time you are looking for a night-out, visit the Game Show Battle Rooms in Minneapolis. In the Game Show Arena, you can choose between two types of experiences: Classic Showdowns or Primetime Showdowns. Either way, you’ll both test your game show savvy and enjoy the friendly competition. 

REM5 Virtual Reality Laboratory

Looking for something beyond your typical night out at the bar? Are you a couple that enjoys playing video games together but want to get out of the house? REM5 Virtual Reality Lab is the place for you! They are a cocktail bar in all the traditional, beloved ways but have a unique twist. You and your date can rent a lane (reminiscent of bowling lanes) with goggles and enjoy virtual reality games. 

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Our favourite ways to spend summer in Minneapolis – St. Paul, MN

Welcome to the Twin Cities- a bustling, changing metropolis of over four million, noted for its dynamic nature and endless activities as well as in the diversity in its many neighbourhoods. For all kinds of experiences, from adrenaline junkies to foodies to academics to artists, the Twin Cities has plenty to offer. Read on for some of our favourite ways to spend the summer in this corner of the country.

Science Museum of Minnesota

The Science Museum of Minnesota features a variety of interactive learning experiences and exhibits over three storeys. Some of the exhibits include a tour of sham devices and the psychology behind their marketing, creating your own tornado and waves, examining a real Egyptian mummy, dinosaur skeleton displays, racing a T-rex or professional athlete of your choice, and an introduction to the lives of the Dakota and Ojibwe people. In addition to these exhibits, there is also an ever-rotating selection of temporary and travelling exhibits, so there exist other exciting opportunities. The Science Museum of Minnesota also has a strong emphasis on community and outreach, sometimes hosting socials with the community. Last but not least, there is the imposing omnitheatre and its spectacular documentaries providing surrounding views into Volcanoes, the Deep Ocean and the Galapagos Islands.

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory

The Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is truly a campus where you could easily spend a day making memories with its sights and variety. Come meet the residents of the Como Park Zoo, from Arctic Foxes, Galapagos Tortoises, Gorillas, Penguins, Sea Lions and last but not least, the famous local Polar Bear community. The Conservatory also boasts a wealth of breathtaking gardens, perfect for those wanting to stroll through nature, botany enthusiasts and visitors searching for (many) perfect photo opportunities. The Gardens cover a range of biomes and themes, from the enchanting Sunken Garden and The Gates Ajar to the tranquil Charlotte Partridge Ordway Japanese Garden. There are also many opportunities to book a spot on a tour for a more educational experience, and a neighbouring kid-friendly park including rides and mini-golf. 

Svenskarnas Dag Scandinavian Summer Fest

Embrace the strong Scandinavian heritage of the Twin Cities with a Summertime festival paralleling the Midsommar tradition of the Nordic Countries. On the Fourth Sunday of June, participate in the Midsommarstång and dance around the Maypole, try Swedish foods and customs and immerse yourself in the Swedish / Scandinavian American community of the Twin Cities. There is also live traditional Swedish music, handcrafts for sale, a beauty pageant and colourful Swedish costumes around the festival. 

Basilica Block Party

Started to help fund the upkeep of the Basilica of Saint Mary, the Basilica Block Party has since become the city of Minneapolis’ largest music festival. Every summer for two days, the people of the Twin Cities jam out to a variety of artists across many genres, with the names only getting bigger with each passing year. Some of the performers at the Basilica Block Party include Kacey Musgraves, CHVRCHES, BORNS, The Shins, and Weezer. 

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5 Great Place to Have a Picnic in Minneapolis/St Paul, MN

When the weather cooperates, we all love to get outside and explore the world around us. There is nothing more refreshing and soothing to the soul than a picnic in the sun, surrounded by the beauty of nature. Every city in the United States has incredible locations for picnicking. Below are 5 Great Places to Picnic in Minneapolis or St Paul.

Como Park

One of the best parks for picnicking in any state. The picnic areas are vast and well-maintained. One of my favorite spots is the Como Park Fire Pits, located in the Southwest part of the park, where picnic tables, grills, and large fire pits are laid out for a perfect day of picnicking. Como Park is also home to a zoo and conservatory as well as a large lake and golf course. The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory is a must-see in this park. Another favorite place is the Hamm Memorial Falls where flowering bushes adorn pathways with charming waterfalls and lake views. 

Minnehaha Falls Regional Park

A 193 acre park along the Mississippi River, Minnehaha is a beloved Minnesota park, and its waterfall has even been celebrated in a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem. For the poetic at heart, the miles of wooded trails through the park leading to dramatic waterfalls cannot be missed. You can pack a lunch to eat on the large rocks below the waterfall or on the beach near the water. Wabun Picnic Area has several picnic shelters, a playground, disc golf, and a wading area to cool down in the water. For a more romantic picnic take a stroll through Minnehaha Falls Pergola Garden.

Hidden Falls Regional Park

Located directly across from Minnehaha Falls is this lesser-known, but no less beloved park. There are miles of trails winding up, down, and around the Mississippi River to the hidden waterfalls of this park. Make sure to bring a camera as you go through this park. There are plenty of designated picnic pavilions as well. 

Lilydale/Harriet Island Regional Park

Nestled between the Mississippi and Pickerel Lakes, this park is situated on an island just south of St Paul. There are several scenic, open lawns with picnic tables scattered about. You can enjoy a relaxing picnic watching Riverboats go by or track the sunset above vibrantly colored trees in the Fall. 

Theodore Wirth Regional Park

Minnesota is known for its natural beauty and this 759-acre park with a lake and urban forest is proof. Bassett Creek runs through almost the entirety of the park and its many hiking trails follow it. A Beach House with a nearby playground sits beside Wirth Lake. The Southern part of the park is home to the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden, one of the best places for a day out in nature and a picnic.

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Fun Summer Things To Do In Minneapolis, MN

Summer is finally here!  The kids are out of school, and backyard barbecues are taking place all over the nation.  After the year we had in 2020, and most people having chosen not to take a vacation, you can almost rest assured that families will be out in full force this year.

With this in mind, we thought we would offer a few great vacation ideas to help you plan, as well as some places that would be great for just a few days away.  We all need time to recharge and some well-deserved play in the sunshine.

Here are some of the best places to check out this summer!

Mall of America

2131 Lindau Lane, Bloomington, MN 55425

The Mall of America opened in 1992 and is the seventh-largest shopping mall in the world and the largest in the western hemisphere. Approximately 40 million people visit the Mall annually, and eighty percent of visitors are from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Illinois, Ohio, and Canada. In addition to the Mall, outside of the Mall are additional hotels, restaurants, and stores. The Mall of America and the additional businesses meet at the South Loop District in Bloomington, Minnesota.

Minnehaha Falls

4801 S Minnehaha Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55417

Minnehaha Park is a city park in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, and home to Minnehaha Falls and the lower reaches of Minnehaha Creek. The park was designed by landscape architect Horace W.S. Cleveland in 1883 as part of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway system and was part of the popular steamboat Upper Mississippi River “Fashionable Tour” in the 1800s. The park preserves historic sites that illustrate transportation, pioneering, and architectural themes. Preserved structures include the Minnehaha Princess Station, a Victorian train depot built in the 1870s; the John H. Stevens House, built-in 1849 and moved to the park from its original location in 1896, utilizing horses and 10,000 school children; and the Longfellow House, a house built to resemble the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s house in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Nickelodeon Universe

2131 Lindau Lane, Bloomington, MN 55425

Nickelodeon Universe is the name of two indoor amusement parks located at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, and American Dream in East Rutherford, New Jersey, consisting of attractions and rides based on Nickelodeon’s popular franchises. The amusement parks are owned and operated by the Triple Five Group with licensing rights from ViacomCBS, which owns Nickelodeon. On August 18, 2009, Nickelodeon and Southern Star Amusement announced that a Nickelodeon Universe would be built in New Orleans, Louisiana, to replace the former Six Flags New Orleans that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and would open around the end of 2010. It was set to be the first outdoor Nickelodeon Universe theme park, but on November 9, 2009, Nickelodeon announced that it had ended the licensing agreement with Southern Star Amusements.

Stone Arch Bridge

100 Portland Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401

The Stone Arch Bridge is a former railroad bridge crossing the Mississippi River at Saint Anthony Falls in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the only arched bridge made of stone on the entire Mississippi River. It is the second oldest bridge on the river next to Eads Bridge. The bridge was built to connect the railway system to the new Union Depot, which at that time was planned to be built between Hennepin Avenue and Nicollet Avenue.

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Things to Do for the Fourth of July in Minneapolis

Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is quickly approaching! Nothing says July 4th like BBQs, pool days, parades, and fireworks! While the pandemic continues to put a damper on things and Minneapolis just announced it has canceled its Red, White, and Boom fireworks display for the second summer in a row, there are still some celebrations returning in the area. Read on to see what’s happening around Minneapolis this Independence Day and gather up some ideas for your Fourth of July weekend.

City Sponsored Events

One of the main reasons for the city’s aforementioned decision to cancel the Red, White, and Boom fireworks show was that they simply didn’t have enough time to plan it by the time they realized that that type of outdoor gathering would be safe this summer. So instead, the Park and Recreation Board is planning to host an assortment of fun Fourth of July events at various parks around the city. It’s all still in the works, but you’ll want to check back here for more details as the date approaches!

Wabun Picnic Area

A laid-back day barbequing with family and friends is one of the best ways to spend the Fourth of July, and if you’re looking for a public park to host a BBQ, check out Wabun Picnic Area in Minnehaha Regional Park. It has picnic shelters (both for reservation and first-come-first-served), picnic tables, restrooms, a wading pool, and disc golf. You’re allowed to bring a grill as long as you don’t dispose of charcoal in the park’s garbage cans.

If you’re planning to make a full day of it, there are plenty of adventures to be had in the greater park. Minnehaha Park is the home of hiking trails where you can come across beautiful limestone bluffs, overlooks of the river, and the 53-foot Minnehaha Falls.

Go to a Concert

The nearby town of White Bear Lake, less than half an hour from Minneapolis, is hosting A Bluegrass Fourth of July all day on the 4th. The event takes place at the Hanifl Performing Arts Center, runs from 12:30 – 8:30 pm, and costs $10 per band, or $20 for an all-day ticket. There will three bluegrass bands performing on the outdoor stage and you’re encouraged to bring a lawn chair or a blanket. There will be food trucks and beverages, too!

Cedar Lake East Beach

Cooling off at the beach is the perfect way to spend a sweltering Fourth of July, and since Minnesota is known as The Land of 10,000 Lakes, you won’t have trouble finding beaches near Minneapolis! You can find a full list of beaches managed by the recreation department here, but a great one to go to is Cedar Lake East Beach. This lovely, sandy spot is popular for both swimming and other recreational activities like fishing.

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Arboretums and Botanical Gardens to Visit in Minneapolis

When considering a vacation, or even just a day out with the family, why not consider visiting a local arboretum or botanical garden?  You can enjoy a delightful getaway with a visit to one of these beautiful gateways to all that nature has to offer.

Arboretums and botanical gardens work to promote common respect and educate with a drive towards an appreciation of the world of gardening and the insects that work to pollinate our plants and flowers. 

These nature monuments are just waiting to be discovered and welcomes all visitors for a day of tranquility, enjoying their peaceful beauty.  Make sure to check out one of the arboretums or botanical gardens listed below.

Normandale Japanese Garden

9700 France Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

As long as Normandale’s buildings are allowed to be open, the garden will remain open as well.  The beauty and serenity of the garden make it ideal for contemplation and renewal of the spirit.  The garden is open year-round at no charge, except when reserved for special events. We ask that children under 12 not visit the garden without supervision. A self-guided tour brochure is available inside the square shelter located in the garden. If you are not able to visit the garden, our online tour describes the landscaping and architectural features.

NE Minneapolis Municipal Iris Gardens

3300 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418

The focus of the gardens is to study reblooming iris for Minnesota gardens, to collect and preserve Minnesota Iris Introductions, past and present, and to showcase for public education the unique variety of colors and characteristics the many different iris species display. Specifically, to research which iris species and cultivars grow and rebloom well in Zone 4 Minnesota gardens.

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory

1225 Estabrook Dr, Saint Paul, MN

Enjoy exotic plants and beautiful displays in our various gardens.

University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

3675 Arboretum Blvd, Chanhassen, MN 55317

At the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, we seek to: welcome, inform, and inspire all through outstanding displays, protected natural areas, horticultural research, and education.

JD Rivers’ Children’s Garden

2900 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405

In a picturesque corner of Theodore Wirth Park sits the one-acre JD Rivers’ Children’s Garden.  From grand expanses to hidden gems, gardens throughout the park system offer flowers, history, sculpture, community hubs, and more.

Munsinger Gardens and Clemens Gardens

Riverside Dr SE, St Cloud, MN 56301

These are two distinct but adjacent gardens on the banks of the Mississippi River. Both Gardens dazzle from late spring deep into fall. The gardens are open every day from 6:00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m., spring to fall. There is no admission fee.

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Things to Do for Mother’s Day in Minneapolis

Mother’s Day is coming up next month! The moms in our lives work so hard and give so much, so it’s important to take a day to make them feel special. Whether you’re celebrating your own mother, a step-mother, the mother of your children, or a friend who is a mom, here are some ideas of wonderful things to do with her.

Hi-Lo Diner

Since Mother’s Day always falls on a Sunday, it’s traditional for many people to take their mom out for brunch. This is always a winning idea, and in Minneapolis, there’s no better place for brunch than Hi-Lo Diner, a hip spot set in a 1957 diner! There’s a lovely assortment of breakfast foods, pies, and non-alcoholic beverages available, but make sure you try one of their house-made donuts while you’re there!

Lakeside Park

May is the beginning of picnic season! The weather is warming up, trees and flowers are blooming, and outdoor celebrations are a safe option during COVID-19. A great place to take your mom for a picnic locally is Gold Medal Park -the name says it all, right? Here, you can take in lovely views of the Mississippi River and a large sculpture. Conveniently located downtown, this green space is near a bunch of yummy places where you can pick up take-out, too, in case you don’t feel like packing picnic food.

Socially Handcrafted

If you want something unique to do with your mom, try a group crafting workshop at Socially Handcrafted. This fun, woman-owned DIY spot is located in the warehouse district of nearby Burnsville and is the perfect place for a girls’ night. You and mom will get to make and take home a fun project! If you prefer, they have the option of creating a “Make and Take Kit” so that you can DIY from the comfort and safety of your home.

Afternoon Tea

Do you and your mom enjoy feeling fancy? If so, there’s not much fancier than enjoying n English-style high tea! You can enjoy this event in style at the St. Paul Hotel, sipping tea while you’re serenaded by live piano music. Your tea will come with a two-tier platter of sweets, scones, and tea sandwiches. The tea on Mother’s Day begins at 1 pm and lasts for two hours – make sure to reserve your tickets well in advance as their teas often sell out.

Hai Hai

If your mom is more of the traditional type, you might want to treat her to a night out at a famous restaurant. Consider one of the most accoladed restaurants in Minneapolis: Hai Hai. This Southeast Asian restaurant was named on “best new restaurant” lists by Thrillist, Eater, and Esquire in 2018. Its chef has also been a James Beard award finalist for Best Chef: Midwest in both 2020 and 2019.

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Best Car Washes in Minneapolis, Minnesota

If you’re looking for a place to wash your car and get the best service for your money, we have a few great suggestions for you in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It doesn’t matter if it’s your own car or a rental car, clean or dirty, old or new, whether you’re on vacation or close to home, these car washes and detailers are guaranteed to make your vehicle look like a million bucks. These guys have seen it all. Don’t be afraid to show up with your cookie crumbs, your beach sand, or your toddler’s fast-food mess into the shop. You’ll be amazed at your car’s transformation! Let’s take a closer look at what car washes Minneapolis has to offer.

First, we recommend Twin Cities Mobile Car Wash & Detailing. This shop has several packages to choose from, including a basic hand wash, interior detailing, exterior detailing, or the whole shebang. Fees increase with the size of your vehicle. They service cars, SUV’s, trucks, minivans, and full-sized vans. They have special a la carte services that you may add on to your detailing package, such as degreasing your engine, leather cleaning and conditioning, clay bar and hand wax, or carpet cleaning. Call or go online to book your appointment today.

Second, we suggest Supa Auto Detailing. This shop offers three packages for detailing. You can choose interior only, exterior only, or both together in their complete detailing package. This shop is by appointment only, so be sure to call or go online to do so. They service vehicles of all kinds, from cars to trucks, from SUV’s to minivans, to full-sized vans to sports cars, whatever you drive, you’ll be able to come on down to have it look like it did the day you drove it home. With over 20 years of experience, you really can’t go wrong at Supa Auto Detailing.

Finally, Sincere Detailing Pros might just be what you’re looking for. This shop is on the move. Whether you’re at work or home, for an extra fee, they’ll come to you! They have several packages from which to choose, from the simple Sincere Hand Wash to the Full Sincere Butler Dealership Package. They also offer add-on packages for whatever your car might need, including pet hair removal, engine detail, and light assembly treatment. They even treat black paint and work hard to remove those swirls. Their motto is, “We like it dirty, you like it clean.” Come on down and find out what all the fuss is about. Call or go online to book your appointment.

If you’re on a time crunch and looking for a quick drive through car wash in Atlanta, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Wash Me Car Wash on Nicollet Ave., Central Car Wash on Central Ave. NE, or Village Express Wash on NE Stinson Blvd. In a pinch, these drive through car washes will help keep you looking good until you can get that detailing done.

Wherever you decide to go, your car will be well taken care of. In the great city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, you’ll find detailers who truly care about their work and, most importantly, your car. With our recommendations, you’ll be in excellent hands.

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