Runestone Museum - Located in Alexandria. The Kensington runestone and the mystery of its origin are the hallmark of the museum. It was discovered in 1898 on the Olof Ohman farm near Kensington. The mystery is how an artifact dated 1362 ended up in North America. You can also enjoy exhibits on Norse history, Native Americans, early pioneer life, and wildlife in Minnesota as well as the hands-on children’s area. Stop and take your picture with the 28-foot tall viking statue of Big Ole and see the 40-foot viking ship, the Snorri and Fort Alexandria.
Theatre L'Homme Dieu - Produces and presents exceptional live theatre, fine arts and educational programming that celebrates culture and nurtures community, engaging heart, mind, and spirit to enhance the quality of life.
Casey's Amusement Park - Fun for everyone! Go karts, mini golf, bumper boats, kiddie karts, batting cages, and and arcade. Admission is free, and all rides and mini golf require 1 ticket.
Jack's House - A family entertainment center including bowling, Golf Simulator, Virtual Hunting, pool tables, volleyball courts, darts, and a full arcade.
Bounce Depot - Here, they know that parents want affordable, safe and exciting options to entertain their children and encourage rigorous physical activity and play.
Headwaters Science Center - Dedicated to science education and environmental awareness. It features hands-on exhibits, a live animal collection and special events and science-related programs and demonstrations.
Stearns History Museum - Two floors of exhibits provide the visitor with an entertaining learning experience. Discover the legend of controversial auto maker Sam Pandolfo and see a 1919 Pan Automobile. Peruse an 1850 natural environment and examine Ojibwe and Dakota summer lodges. Enter a dairy barn and see milking as it was done 100 years ago.
History Museum of East Otter Tail County - Displays at the History Museum tell the stories of the people, places and events of the area through interpretive exhibits, photographic displays, and original motion picture footage. The Museum is housed in a beautiful historic stone structure built in 1887.
Historic Chief Theatre - Home of the Paul Bunyan Playhouse, a wonderful Theater featuring five different summer plays each season. Entertaining the area since 1951!
Putt N Go Amusement Park - Come and ride the largest waterslide in Northern Minnesota. Play mini golf, ride Go Karts, Bumper Boats and step to to bat in one of the batting cages.
Traditions Mini Golf - Come and play a game of golf then make you way over to the batting cages or bounce castle. There is now more than mini golf at Traditions.
Oliver H. Kelley Farm - Step onto a working 1860s farm. Pick heirloom vegetables from the garden, visit the farmhands and animals at the barn, or churn butter and see what's cooking in the farmhouse.
Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post - Offers exhibits dedicated to telling the story of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe American Indians. Trace their journey to settle in Northern Minnesota, learn about their fate during a period of treaties made and broken, and follow their story up to the present.
Minnesota Fishing Museum - A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage and history of freshwater fishing in Minnesota. Exhibits include lures and tackle, historic boats native to Minnesota and a display of historic motors that includes the first electrified boat motor, circa 1902.
Brainerd International Raceway - If you like Racing then this is the place to be. Watch the excitement of Drag Racing as well as Road Racing.
Munsinger Clemens Botanical Gardens - These are two distinct but adjacent beautiful gardens on the banks of the Mississippi River. Together providing over 20 acres of flower-bordered paths, tall trees, decorative ironwork and fountains among the dazzling gardens.
Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County - See how one man's dream became a reality. Photographs, recordings and an award-winning documentary chronicle the construction of the 76-foot, hand-built Viking ship Hjemkomst, and its incredible 6,000-mile voyage across the Atlantic in 1982. The ship is on display at the Center, along with other national traveling exhibits.