Minnesota has much more to offer than just snow and lakes, and you will get to experience a lot of it at Kairos. This diverse, creative city is filled with opportunities to learn and explore. Whether you enjoy the outdoors, learning about different cultures, or participating in the arts, Minneapolis is an ideal discipleship school location.
Hiking and Camping: The Superior Hiking Trail is a scenic 310 mile footpath overlooking Lake Superior.
Biking: Bicycling Magazine named Minneapolis as America’s #1 bike-friendly city and it boasts 92-miles of biking trails.
City Parks: With 5,000 acres of park, The Trust for Public Land ranked Minneapolis the best park system in the country for 6 years in a row (2013-2018).
Canoeing: The Boundary Waters is a region of wilderness that stretches between Ontario, Canada and Minnesota.
Skyway System: The Minneapolis Skyway, spanning 69 downtown blocks, is the longest continuous skyway system in the world. This helps greatly in the winter!
Mall of America: We have the largest retail shopping mall in the United States! And don’t forget there is no sales tax on clothes or accessories in Minnesota.
In 2015, Northeast Minneapolis was voted Best Arts District in the nation.
Live Theatre is a vital part of our arts community. In fact,
the Twin Cities have the most theater seats per capita of any city after NYC!
The Guthrie Theater is the largest regional playhouse in the country.
The Walker Art Center is one of the top 5 most visited modern and contemporary art museums in the nation.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the largest urban sculpture garden in the country, spanning 11 acres with 40 permanent art installations.