A city of more than 61,000 people, Burnsville is part of Dakota County. Get on a charter bus in Burnsville, Minnesota and see the city today.
A charter bus in Burnsville, Minnesota can shuttle you and your group to the following recommended attractions:
Have fun at the ProKart Indoor Racing, where you have all year round indoor kart racing and go as fast as 40 miles per hour! Or go old school and skate at Skateville.
Go to the Burnsville Performing Arts Center, which was formerly called the Ames Center. There are several types of performances at the black box theaters and the main stage. You can catch theater shows, musical concerts, comedy acts, and dance performances. The main stage can easily accommodate more than 1,000 people while the Black Box Theatre has space for 150 people. The center also includes an art gallery where you can find the artworks of local artists.
Also check out the Lake Alimagnet Center for the Arts, where you can find several arts groups and non-profit organizations. Or join the Fire Muster, which is held every year either in August or September. The event features a large parade, fireworks and music concerts.
Shopaholics would troop to Burnsville Center, where they can shop from at least 150 stores packed into 1.1 million sq. ft. The mall was first opened in the 1970s and has five anchor stores: Dick's Sporting Goods, JCPenney, Macy's, Sears and Gordmans. If you collect antiques, then be sure to drop by AntiQues Minnesota, where you can find hard to find items, collectibles and quality antiques.
Play at the Birnamwood Golf Course, which has nine holes of golfing fun. The course was designed by Don Herfort and first opened in the 1960s.
Check out the Minneapolis Saint Paul Rochester & Dubuque Electric Traction Company Depot, a railway shelter built in the 1910s and served the farmers in the city who used the railway to transport their produce to Minneapolis, as well as commuters to the city. The depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Check out Buck Hill where you can go snow tubing, snowboarding and skiing. The facility also welcomes private events, as well as venue for team sports and races including the USSA Junior Ski Racing Team, NASTAR Racing, and junior development teams such as D-Team Ski Racing Development Team, X-Team Ski or Snowboard Park Program, and G-Team Snowboarding.
The city takes care of around 1,800 acres of parklands with close to 80 parks. Check out the Burnsville Skate Park, where you can skate for free and the Burnsville Ice Center where you can skate at professional ice rinks. Then check out the more than one dozen community parks where you can pick from a wide variety of recreational facilities, sports fields and athletic courts. The close to three dozen neighborhood parks, on the other hand, has playgrounds and playing fields.
All in all you can find hiking trails, nature trails, cross country ski trails, biking trails, tennis, volleyball, basketball and horseshoe courts, beaches, skating rinks, boat launch, picnic facilities, hockey rinks, archery range, disc golf course and other recreational amenities at the city's best parks.
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