Area Attractions

In Redwood Falls

  • Alexander Ramsey Park- Minnesota's largest municipal park at over 219 acres!  There is lots to see in do in the park: visit the Ramsey Falls, the Redwood Falls, hike or cross country ski the 4 miles of trails that wind through the park, visit the zoo, or enjoy the three playgrounds. There is a hiking trail entrance into the park and to the Redwood Falls directly across the street from us.

  • Redwood Falls Golf Club- An 18 hole golf club that is located next to Alexander Ramsey Park. (.6 miles away)

  • Redwood County Museum- The museum was once a Poor Farm and was considered the most beautiful in the state.  It now houses exhibits from the early 1900s along with an exhibit hall that changes exhibitions every season. Open May to October on Thursday – Sunday, Noon to 4 p.m.
    Open Holidays and By Appointment Only. (.8 miles away)

  • Redwood Falls Aquatic Center- The aquatic center is very popular when it’s open during the summer months. Besides the traditional outdoor pool, it has a zero depth entry play area, a diving area, two water slides, a lily pad play area, and party tent rentals. Concessions are available to purchase as well. Opening May 24 for summer 2019. (.6 miles away)

Redwood Falls Walking Bridge Ramsey Park

Redwood Falls

The walking bridge over the Redwood Falls, which islocated in Alexander Ramsey Park directly north of the B&B across Bridge Street/Hwy 71 & 19

Outside of Redwood Falls

  • Historic Gilfillan Estate- This was once a 13,000 acre farm founded by Charles Duncan Gilfillan. The original estate is open to the public for tours, and Farm Fest is held on the grounds every year during the first full week of August. This summer, the Gilfillan Estate is open for tours by appointment. To schedule a tour, please call 507-249-2210 and leave a message. (8.1 miles away)

  • Rich-Nes Alpacas - Check out the over 200 alpacas that live on this farm. They also have a shop where you can buy alpaca products. (11 miles away)

  • Lower Sioux Agency- The US-Dakota War took place in 1862. Learn about this war and the Lower Sioux Indian Reservation. Open May 24-October 6, Friday-Sunday. (8 miles away)

  • Birch Coulee Battlefield- The site of one of the deadliest battles of the US-Dakota War of 1862. (7.5 miles away)

  • Dakotah Ridge Golf Club- This is a Rees Jones designed golf course built on 240 acres where you will find the Wabasha Creek, a 14 acre lake, and beautiful rolling hills as you play your way through. The Wabasha Creek Restaurant is also located in the Dakotah Ridge Golf Club and offers excellent dining options. (9.7 miles away)

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum- Learn about the history of the Ingalls family in Walnut Grove and explore buildings from the late 1800s. (28 miles away)

  • Wilder Pageant- Watch the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family played out when they lived in Walnut Grove, Minnesota.  This is an evening outdoor play put on during three consecutive weekends in July.  A special TV Cast Reunion will be held the weekend of July 12-13, 2019 featuring many of the actors from "Little House on the Prairie," including Dean Butler, who played Almanzo, and Alison Arngrim, who played Nellie Oleson. (29 miles away)

  • Jeffers Petroglyphs- This site, hidden in the prairie, contains over 5,000 petroglyphs that are up to 7,000 years old. Considered a sacred place by many tribes, including the Dakota, Ioway, and Cheyenne, the petroglyphs tell their stories. Open May 25- September 2, closed on Tuesdays. (31 miles away)

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Jeffers Petroglyphs

Step back into the past and try to hunt the buffalo with an atlatl (spear thrower). It’s more difficult than it looks!