Stay at the Radisson for quick access to Target Field
A quick commute from Centre Point Business Park and the University of Minnesota, the Radisson is located off I-35W between the Twin Cities, an ideal spot from which to explore area attractions. Hop aboard our hotel’s free shuttle to visit the Guidant John Rose MN Oval, an impressive 110,000-square-foot ice skating arena, or come and go as you please with free parking. TCF Bank Stadium, Target Field and Xcel Energy Center are within 10 miles of the hotel, offering sports fans plenty to see and do. If you’re on the road with kids, stop by the Science Museum of Minnesota and Minnehaha Falls Regional Park, less than 20 minutes away.
Nearby attractions include:
- Guidant John Rose MN OVAL (2.2 miles)
With 110,000 square feet of indoor refrigerated ice, this massive skating rink is the largest facility of its kind in North America.
Phone: +1 (651) 792-7007
- TCF Bank Stadium (6 miles)
This 25,000-seat, field turf stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota is home to the Golden Gophers. Check the athletics schedule and buy your tickets today.
Phone: +1 (612) 625-4090
- Target Field (7.5 miles)
Watch the Minnesota Twins play at Target Field, which has been rated a Top 10 MLB Stadium Experience by ESPN the Magazine.
Phone: +1 (612) 659-3400
- Downtown Minneapolis Skyway (8 miles)
The Skyway is an intricate network of enclosed walkways in downtown Minneapolis that provide easy access to shops, restaurants, restrooms and attractions.
Phone: +1 (612) 520-1234
- Target Center (8 miles)
The 831,000-square-foot Target Center is home to the Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) and the Minnesota Lynx (WNBA), as well as the area’s biggest concerts, shows and events.
Phone: +1 (612) 673-0900
- University of Minnesota (8 miles)
University of Minnesota is the state’s official research university, offering a rigorous curriculum for more than 45,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students each year.
Phone: +1 (612) 625-5000
- Minneapolis Institute of Art (9.5 miles)
Stroll through the galleries at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA) to view works that date as far back as 20,000 BCE. MIA is open daily with free admission.
Phone: +1 (612) 870-3000
- Xcel Energy Center (10.1 miles)
Cheer on the Minnesota Wild (NHL) at Xcel Energy Center, a 650,000-square-foot arena that has housed the U.S. Figure Skating Championship and the Republican National Convention.
Phone: +1 (651) 265-4800
- Science Museum of Minnesota (10.2 miles)
Learners of any age love the Science Museum of Minnesota’s interactive galleries, IMAX Convertible Dome Omnitheater and hands-on outdoor exhibits that span 10 acres.
Phone: +1 (651) 221-9444
- Walker Art Center (10.2 miles)
What began in 1879 as a one-room gallery in the home of Thomas Barlow Walker is now one of the five most frequently visited contemporary art museums in the world, featuring works from Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso and other famous artists.
Phone: +1 (612) 375-7600
- Minnehaha Falls Regional Park (10.4 miles)
Paved trails and outdoor shelters make this park perfect for families who love to hike and picnic. Walk along Minnehaha Creek to find the beautiful waterfall.
Phone: +1 (612) 293-0200
- National Sports Center (11.6 miles)
Featuring 50 soccer fields, eight sheet-ice arenas, a cycling velodrome and an 18-hole golf course, all spread over 600 acres, National Sports Center is the world’s largest amateur sports and meeting facility.
Phone: +1 (763) 785-5600
- Mall of America (19.2 miles)
Not your ordinary shopping center, Mall of America is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, with 520 stores, 50 restaurants and plenty of family-fun attractions, including a theme park and an aquarium.
Phone: +1 (952) 883-8800