Welcome to Red Wing Minnesota!

Welcome to one of the most unique and charming places to visit along the Mississippi River. From our beautiful bluffs, abundance of outdoor activities, historic sites and world famous boots and pottery, Red Wing offers a one-of-a-kind getaway. Whether you choose to hike Barn Bluff, bike the Cannon Valley Trail, picnic on Memorial Bluff, visit our wineries and brewery, play golf, dine in our restaurants, or shop in one of our many locally owned antique stores, art galleries or boutique shops, you're sure to enjoy your visit. Treat yourself to a getaway and be surrounded by natural beauty, historic sites and unique small town character.

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Vienna Boys Choir: Smile at Sheldon Theatre February 26

Vienna Boys Choir: Smile at Sheldon Theatre February 26

“The angelic voices of this most famous vocal group are ageless.” – The New York Times Celebrated worldwide, the Vienna Boys Choir is recognized for their celestial voices, rapturous harmonies, pure tone, appealing demeanor and wide-ranging repertoire spanning centuries. “Smile” includes joyful music true to this youthful choir’s fun, celebratory style, and sure to put… Continue Reading

Bluffs & Brews: Explore the Cannon River Bottoms February 25

Bluffs & Brews: Explore the Cannon River Bottoms February 25

The Goodhue County Historical Society and the Red Wing Environmental Learning Center are thrilled to take you on a winter Bluffs & Brews adventure! Bluffs & Brews is an adult program series designed to connect Goodhue County residents to natural and cultural history through outdoor excursions. Join us for this a one-of-a-kind program that blends… Continue Reading

Fairy Garden Day at Sargent’s Nursery February 25

Fairy Garden Day at Sargent’s Nursery February 25

Our fairy garden day was such a hit last year we are doing it again!  Stop in any time between 10AM and  2PM to create your own fairy garden. All of our supplies and accessories will be available along with containers, soil,rocks and all the other things you need to build the perfect whimsical fairy… Continue Reading

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: February 24

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: February 24

“…the world’s funkiest marching band one minute, an unhinged New Orleans funeral procession the next.” — Los Angeles Times Seven blood brothers from the south side of Chicago were raised in an extraordinary musical family, learning their craft from their father, cosmic-jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran. The band freely mix the brass band tradition with generous… Continue Reading

Red Wing Area Student Art Show

Red Wing Area Student Art Show

Come see the extraordinary artwork of local student artists. This exhibit is on view February 18 – March 11. The Red Wing Arts Association is open Monday-Saturday (10AM-5PM) and closed on Sundays. Contact redwingartsassociation.org or call 651-388-7569 for more information. The Red Wing Arts Association is located at 418 Levee Street. For more information, please… Continue Reading

Vintage Snowmobile Show & Ride at Mount Frontenac Golf Course February 25

Vintage Snowmobile Show & Ride at Mount Frontenac Golf Course February 25

Participate or spectate at the 7th Annual Vintage Snowmobile Show and Ride, sponsored by Mount Frontenac Golf Course and Wells Creek Riders. Registration begins at 10:00 am at the Mount Frontenac Golf Course just off Highway 61 in Frontenac, MN. Registration fee includes chili at the golf course. There will be a scenic vintage ride… Continue Reading

Iron Country: Photography by Vance Gellert at Anderson Center

Iron Country: Photography by Vance Gellert at Anderson Center

The Anderson Center presents “Iron Country,” an exhibition about the people and ever-changing environment of the Minnesota Iron Range as seen through the lens of photographer Vance Gellert. It runs through March 31st. A St. Paul native and pharmacologist, he has been photographing people and landscapes since the 1970s. Gellert’s interest in the Iron Range… Continue Reading

New Land, New Life: Norwegian Immigrants in Minnesota 1825-1925 Exhibit

New Land, New Life: Norwegian Immigrants in Minnesota 1825-1925 Exhibit

Traveling exhibit from the Sons of Norway, St. Paul Lodge. On view January 7 – April 1, 2017. One in five Minnesotans claim Norwegian ancestry. Learn the stories behind one of the earliest and largest ethnic groups to settle in Minnesota through this 20 panel exhibit created by the Ramsey County Historical Society and the… Continue Reading

Broken Paddle Guiding Offers Fat Bike Tours

Broken Paddle Guiding Offers Fat Bike Tours

Are you new to fat biking?  Are you an avid rider?  No matter your skill level our trusted and experienced guides will take you through the beautiful winter wonderland along the Mississippi River. We will guide you in one of the most epic places; the frozen backwater channels of the Mississippi. We ride over frozen… Continue Reading