Chaska is a city in Carver County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 23,770 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Carver County, which is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in Chaska
5 based on 503 reviews
The Landscape Arboretum has winter Christmas lights all over the grounds. Light display by the children's area with sleigh and windmill. Around back is more lights and music, and inside is the Poinsetta tree about 15 ft tall !!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Nice place to host a wedding with lots of interesting picture places and distractions for the kids. Really good food--- though I'd recommend two buffet tables to get things moving!!
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Canterbury Park is the Twin Cities' premier home to live horse racing, simulcast racing, and a 24/7 card club featuring Blackjack, Texas Hold'em and more.
We went to watch the Corgi races, had a really fun time. We will be back next year. The drinks were reasonable. It was very well attended
4.5 based on 118 reviews
This was a play for children. These plays run about an hour it kept the attention the 3 year old as well as the 23 year old grandchild. We took all 6 grand children ages 23, 15, 7, 6, 5, and 3. The plays are...MoreWe're so happy to be included in your wonderful family tradition. We look forward to seeing you at Holiday children's show Snow White.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Family-run business creating award-winning wine and small batch custom brews in a beautiful vineyard setting! Minnesota's First Winery and Brewery. Hours vary seasonally. Please see website for our most current hours. We open on weeknights for special events and/or private parties.
We've ben here several times before but usually on a Sunday when they could not sell their beer this time we could do a flight ( split 4 ways along with 3 passport tastings) I enjoyed their wheat beer , my wife liked the tropical one, one of our friends really liked the IPA and the other loved the mocha monkey. I think this year anyway they also have the best wine in Waconia..just my opinion of course
4.5 based on 402 reviews
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is the nation’s largest Equity (professional status) dinner theatre company featuring multiple stages under one roof. In addition, CDT is Minnesota’s only year-round musical theatre and the largest tourist attraction in Carver County. Founded in 1968, Chanhassen is a producing theatre, completely creating and executing all production elements in the theatres’ own on-site scene, costume and properties shops by its own creative design team led by Resident Artistic Director Michael Brindisi.
We have been going since 1973. It might be personal preference but there are some plays that are better than others. But the Acting is 100% entertaining! Every show the actors interact with the audiences. The closer you sit to center stage the more of a chance you'll be part of the show. Four stars is for the food. It's always a good idea to ask the server what he or she might recommend. Our Chicken was over cooked but the steaks and fish were spot on. The can beer was out dated. Water glasses never go dry.
Sister Act production was amazing. The play is a rewrite from the original movie but the story line was the same with different songs.
Photo and video is a mortal sin but asked before the show if your guest is evolved in the show if you can take picture of your friend/family member.
4 based on 621 reviews
My girlfriend and I went to Valleyscare this year and had a lot of fun! There were multiple outdoor "scare zones" and indoor haunted houses. Everything had a different theme and there were a lot of cool special effects / decorations. In the slaughterhouse themed haunted house, there was a Plexiglas floor with a monster scaring people from below. Then, in others, they had obstacles you had to squeeze through, lasers that made it impossible to see what was behind beneath the light, and people well hidden in ghillie suits. Also, as you walked through the park to the various haunted houses, their major roller coasters were up and running: Steal Venom, Wild Thing, Extreme Swing, Power Tower, etc. Some restaurants and food places were open too, but we found out that the menus are limited because of the "off season" so we were told. Then, unfortunately, on the night we went, it was down pouring and lightening. So, they had to close down the rides for awhile and some of the outdoor Halloween attractions. They still kept the indoor haunted houses open, but the majority of the park closed down. We waited around for awhile and a few things opened back up, but the mazes and outdoor zones stayed closed. It was kind of a bumper, because we only got to do about half of the activities, but it was still fun. It should be noted that you can purchase a no-scare necklace for children to wear. And, the monsters can't touch you, necklace or no necklace. Overall, it isn't very scary, but they put a lot of effort into their decorations and the monsters made it fun to go through the haunted houses. On non-stormy days, there is definitely a lot more open and many Halloween activities to do.
4.5 based on 326 reviews
Paisley Park, Prince's extraordinary private estate and production complex in Chanhassen, Minnesota, will open for daily public tours starting October 6, 2016. Fans will have the unprecedented opportunity to experience first-hand what it was like for Prince to create, produce and perform inside this private sanctuary and remarkable production complex. Throughout the experience, visitors will see artifacts from Prince's personal archives, including iconic concert wardrobe, awards (his seven GRAMMY Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award for the film "Purple Rain"), musical instruments, artwork, rare music and video recordings, concert memorabilia, automobiles and motorcycles. Two tour options are available: a General Admission self-guided tour and a VIP Tour experience with an expert guide, featuring additional rooms, artifacts and photo opportunities.
It was a Christmas present to my friend (and also me). Such an amazing experience! I don't remember our tour guides name but she was 100% on point and gave us time to reflect on everything she told us and all of the exhibits. Truly incredible experience!
5 based on 8 reviews
Have a family outing at a wonderful baseball field at a great price. The facility is fantastic and the baseball is even more enjoyable
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Tucked in an industrial park across from Valley Fair is Badger Hill Brewing. The nondescript entrance hides some great brews, and a family and dog friendly tap room. I started with a flight of 4 for $9 and was debating trying a few more or a pint and settled on another flight. They make some great IPAs along with other good options. Great Minnesotan taproom!
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