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About Liden Hills
Sometimes called "a small town in the city" or "The Small of America" (a knock on the massive Mall of America), Linden Hills is an upscale village that has lakes, fine dining, and family fun. Pause for reflection at the Peace Gardens and Rose Gardens, hop back in time on an antique trolley, savor your pick of restaurants, or enjoy a yoga retreat. Lake Harriet has a historic bandshell that hosts concerts every night from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Browse old-timey local establishments—there's a toymaker, bakery, butcher, and hardware store—and you'll appreciate the neighborhood's motto: "Shop. Savor. Stroll."
Read more about Minneapolis's Liden Hills on Hipmunk's Liden Hills Neighborhood Guide.
The Twin Cities combine Midwestern charm and cutting-edge cool. These twin traits can be found on both sides of town: St. Paul's Science Museum and Minneapolis' Walker Art Center; Minneapolis' Target Field and St. Paul's edgy Artists' Quarter; Linden Hills' "Small of America" mom-and-pop diners and Minneapolis' hip Warehouse District bistros.
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