Red Wing Area Links
With its historic downtown and neighborhoods as well as the bike trails, potteries, and scenic bluff-lands there is much to take in while visiting.
Take a look at the Red Wing Visitor’s & Convention Bureau for more opportunities around Red Wing.
Click above to find out more about the various arts association events going on throughout the year in Red Wing. Find out about this year’s Fall Art Show, what the current showing is at the gallery in the Depot, and other arts events going on around town.
Since 1995, the Anderson Center has served the artistic community and the citizens of Minnesota through artistic leadership, program development, and support. Each year the Center hosts a variety of educational and cultural activities, from conferences and celebrations to readings and lectures. Special events include the biannual art celebrations, and a Celebration of Minnesota Children's Authors and Illustrators.
The Cannon Valley Trail runs 19.7 miles from Red Wing to Cannon Falls and attracts close to 100,000 users a year. The Trail includes natural and cultural resources, scenic view sheds, rest areas, hiking, biking, in-line skating and cross country skiing.
Sales of Celtic instruments, books, and accessories, and much more. Live performances at the Music Loft - call for dates and times.
For a list of lodging options in Red Wing, please visit the Red Wing VCB page for a listing of hotels and bed & breakfasts in the area.
Other Wine Related Links
The Three Rivers Wine Trail is Minnesota’s first wine trail and is comprised of five Minnesota wineries all located within the St. Croix, Mississippi, and Cannon River Valleys.
The Great River Road Wine Trail is located in heart of the Upper Mississippi River Valley (UMRV) American Viticulture Area (AVA) established by the US Government in June 2009. The AVA is the largest in the US and includes the drift-less or bluff-lands regions of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois. Plan an extended visit this summer to explore this beautiful region of America's heartland by following the Great River Road.
At the University of Minnesota, we're known worldwide for expertise in cold hardy varieties. We've been breeding grapes for you for over a century. We're very pleased you've visited our site and hope you find the information you are seeking.
The Minnesota Farm Winery Association is a non-profit organization representing the Minnesota wine industry. The organization seeks to reduce barriers by providing consumers with a better understanding, appreciation of and access to Minnesota wines.
The organization tackles issues related to legislation, marketing, consumer education and more.
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