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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Moss Basket Class at Sargent’s Nursery April 1

Moss Basket Class at Sargent’s Nursery April 1

Learn how to plant your very own moss basket, just like the beautiful baskets displayed in downtown Red Wing. We’ll give your basket a good head start in our greenhouses until May 13th.  Please bring a pair of gloves. Cost $70, Includes plants, 14” moss basket kit and care. Receive a $5 discount for reusing… Continue Reading

April Wine Dinner Event at St. James Hotel April 1

April Wine Dinner Event at St. James Hotel April 1

Join us as we toast to the Spring on Saturday, April 1st, 2017. Our Wine Dinner Event features a four-course tasting menu paired with a variety of wines from the Pacific Northwest region (Oregon, Washington & California). Stay overnight and you will receive a complimentary featured bottle of wine of your choosing from the dinner… Continue Reading

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters at Sheldon Theatre March 31

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters at Sheldon Theatre March 31

Dallas Children’s Theatre on Tour presents Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters – An African Tale Based on the book by John Steptoe Adapted for the stage By Karen Abbott Music & lyrics by S-Ankh Rasa When a great African king desires a wife, only the most perfect maidens in the land are invited to meet him. Mufaro’s… 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

Bus Tour to Twins Home Opener April 3

Bus Tour to Twins Home Opener April 3

 See the Twins square off against the Kansas City Royals in their 2017 home opener. Cost is $50 per person (by March 10). Get picked up at Liberty’s or Harbor Bar. Call 651-338-7301 for more information. 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