4601 W. Hwy 13
Savage, MN 55378
Phone: (952) 894-6124
Fax: (952) 894-6584
4601 W. Hwy 13, Savage, MN, US, 55378
- Phone: (952) 894-6124
- Fax: (952) 894-6584
The Ames Center (formerly the Burnsville Performing Arts Center) has two theaters where you can watch musical and theatrical performances and attend cultural events. The building is architecturally stunning, featuring light-up glass pillars and a beautifully designed lawn.
This is the home of the Burnville High School Theatre Company. Performances here are completely local, done through the hard work of students and their advisors. For more information regarding their events, be sure to refer to the website.
Watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters at this comfortable theater. There's even a screening room for those 21 and older where guests can enjoy alcoholic drinks while they watch a movie.
A popular cultural hub, this small city is located in the south western region of the Minnesota state. Shakopee, mostly known as the Minnesota river valley destination, is also the venue for the world famous Minnesota Renaissance Festival. The festival is a major attraction for tourists from world over and Shakopee being the host just adds to the popularity of the festival. A major tourist destination as well as an entertainment venue, the city has a rich cultural and art heritage.
This cineplex has 18 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
The mega mall's largest entertainment attraction is also the biggest indoor theme park in the United States. This seven-acre complex, formerly Camp Snoopy, is loaded with more than two-dozen rides, arcade and carnival games, appealing to kids of all ages. Thrills can be had on the Ripsaw Roller Coaster, Log Chute or the Mighty Axe. A one-of-a-kind spinning roller coaster, the Timberland Twister, is the newest thrill ride. Tamer rides include the Screaming Yellow Eagle and a sky-scraping Ferris wheel. For the younger kids, there is a kiddie roller coaster, carousel, mini trucks and a train ride.
This cineplex has 16 screens for your viewing pleasure and stadium seating too. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For movie times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Conveniently located a half-hour southwest of downtown, this casino is open around-the-clock and includes more than 100 blackjack tables, more than 4,000 gaming machines and a bingo hall. There is an attached hotel and top class entertainment. Many national acts grace the stage at Mystic, including rock bands, solo acts, magicians and comedians. With four restaurants offering a variety of cuisine, it is easy to find something to your liking. The all-you-can-eat buffet is a spectacular feast and considered the best east of Las Vegas. Professional, on-site daycare is offered in Playworks, a large indoor playground. Keep in mind, however, that Mystic Lake Casino is alcohol-free.
Part of the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel complex, this venue features up-and-coming artists as well as established favorites. The Mystic Showroom is a beautiful and spacious entertainment venue. The showroom also has state of the art technology; shows are often family-friendly.
This cineplex has 4 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. The company is also dedicated to green practices, using Ecoselect popcorn bags. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website. A nice place to watch the latest releases.
Take a break from the big corporate theaters and check out an indie flick at the Parkway Theater. Boasting an admission package including the movie ticket, a large soda and popcorn, the Parkway is a delightful alternative to the expensive multiplex.
The nation's oldest and largest winter festival is held over a ten-day period in late January-early February each year. King Boreas and his Vulcans reign over the fun. The Landmark Center and Rice Park in downtown St. Paul are home to the elaborate ice sculptures created each year. Special events include parades, a winter playground, a giant snow slide, an ice carving contest and a treasure hunt for the special Winter Carnival medallion, which is worth thousands of dollars to the winner. Many events are free to all.