6440 US 10 West
Ramsey, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 323-4800
Fax: (763) 323-0404
Situated on the Rum River, the distinguished Windego Park Auditorium/Open Air Theater is one of the most distinct amphitheaters in the entire Minnesota. Located in the Anoka region, the amphitheater site was constructed in 1914. It carries immense monumental value and is listed on the national Register of Historic Places. It constitutes an area that brags of a capacity of holding 1600 people at a certain time. The site has gained tremendous vitality over the years.
Bert Bouwman is an experienced farmer and corn maze developer. He is an exclusive grower for a major Twin Cities supermarket chain and is the only grower in the state of a new hybrid of sweet corn. He and his wife Molly, along with the five kids, also run two produce stands in Hopkins and Chanhassen. After years of farming, Bert Bouwman and family set out to have their own corn maze. In the inaugural year, Bert partnered with the Twins Community Fund. This year, Bert has continued the partnership, and he personally designed the new corn maze commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Minnesota Twins 1991 World Series Championship. With 17.5 acres of land dedicated to the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze, Bert, Molly and the kids love seeing everyone out there enjoying the festival.
This unique sixteen-screen, five-hundred-seat theatre complex features two twenty-seat VIP suites with reclining leather seats, a wet bar, and sound and air control systems, as well as offering an on-site restaurant.
Enjoy featured motion pictures at this quality establishment.
The National Sports Center (Blaine Soccer Complex) hosts numerous state, national and world events on its 180-acre site. The U.S. Olympic Cycling Trials, International Special Olympics and USA Cup Soccer have all taken place here. Each year hundreds of youth soccer teams from all over the world make their way to this facility, just 30 minutes from downtown Minneapolis, to participate in the USA Cup. With 52 outdoor soccer fields and an indoor facility, the site is in constant use for practices and tournaments. Besides soccer, the field house is used year-round for basketball, volleyball and track events. There are four separate ice rinks built to Olympic and international competition standards, plus the nation's only all-weather wood cycling track nestled neatly in an inclined velodrome that is not for the faint of heart. There is seating for around 12,000 people to enjoy the outdoor events while the velodrome bleachers can handle over 2,000 fans.
This cinema screens critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
This community orchestra performs a diverse selection of classics that covers over three hundred years in the history of Western music history.
A night at the Plymouth Playhouse provides great food, song, dance and humor all under one roof. Plus you won't have the hassle or expense of downtown parking since the playhouse is located in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth. Home base for the talented, nationally known Troupe America, the Plymouth Playhouse is one of the country's leading regional dinner theaters specializing in long-running musical comedies. Recent runs of Nunsense and Pump Boys have received national notoriety, setting box office records for venues of this size. The performers strive to inspire creativity and enjoyment in the hearts and minds of the audience with no one leaving the playhouse disappointed.
This is the place to be at if you ever wanted to have dinner at a theater. You can have this and more at New Hope Cinema & Grill. The wait staff will even serve you beer and wine as you dine. With 3 screens for your viewing pleasure, you can enjoy each production from a booth or table while you dine. This spot is great for the kids, but also shows R-rated features for an older crowd. While you can use a credit card for your dining needs, make sure to bring cash to pay for the tickets.
The mission of this group is to provide a place for Italian automobile and motorcycle enthusiasts to connect and enjoy events in the Midwest. They are renewing interest in the industry by bringing owners and lovers of Italian craftsmanship together.
The Heights Theatre is one of the few classic cinemas left in the world, complete with red velvet curtains and crystal chandeliers. To add to the old-time atmosphere, an organ player plays before every movie screening, making the Heights a welcome departure from the chain theaters and their many pre-show commercials.