With Super Bowl LII right around the corner, many fans are making their way to Minneapolis to watch the Philadelphia Eagles face off against the New England Patriots.
Super Bowl organizers are expecting more than 1 million people to visit the Twin Cities for this year’s big game. If you’re among the many flocking to U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune put together an Essential Twin Cities Guide to help you navigate the weekend and not look like a tourist.
For example, did you know you can take light rail to get to the game? And with the weather expected to be frigid, use the city’s skyways — covered sidewalks above street-level — to avoid having to go outside.
The Star Tribune’s interactive guide provides visitors with pro tips on restaurants, shopping, transit, bars, and other fun stuff like conservatories and museums to entertain even the most particular of Super Bowl-goers.