Red Wing, Minnesota, is known for its beautiful bluffs, abundance of outdoor activities, historic sites and world-famous boots. Come and enjoy the beauty for yourself! Hike Barn Bluff, bike the Cannon Valley Trail, take a stroll through Levee Park or enjoy a picnic on Sorin’s Bluff in Memorial Park. Family-owned and -operated boutiques offer a “down-home” shopping experience. Groups will find the famous Red Wing Shoe store the one-of-a-kind Duluth Trading Co. bargain basement and the unique Red Wing Brewery. Don’t forget to take in the splendid views at the golf courses, Falconer Vineryard and Welch Village Ski Resort. It’s impossible to see it all in just one day, so don’t delay, plan your overnight getaway now.
Red Wing Visitors and Convention Bureau
Paige Anderson, executive director
Built in 1904, this historic performing arts theatre showcases music, dance, theatre, and children’s performances throughout the year.
Cannon Valley Trail
The Cannon Valley Trail runs 19.7 miles from Red Wing to Cannon Falls and attracts close to 100,000 visitors annually. The trail includes natural and cultural resources, scenic view sheds, rest areas, cross-country skiing, hiking, biking and in-line skating.
Red Wing Shoe Flagship Store & Museum
Visit the flagship Red Wing Shoe Store to see the world’s largest boot, Red Wing Shoe Museum showcasing the 100+ year history of the Red Wing Shoe Company, and full floor outlet center.
Red Wing Bald Eagle Tours
BrianK’s World Red Wing Bald Eagle Tours are perfect for people that love watching or photographing wildlife and birds. This section of the Mississippi River seldom freezes over allowing an extended touring season.
Anderson Center at Tower View
A national registered landmark, the Anderson Center’s facility houses a permanent art collection, sculpture garden, studio artists, classes and retreats. With its International Artist-in-Residence program, permanent art collection, exhibitions, classes and outdoor sculpture garden.