Woodbury is a suburb of St. Paul and the largest city in Washington County, Minnesota. It is part of the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. Woodbury is situated east of Saint Paul along Interstate 94. The 2016 population for Woodbury was 68,349, making it the 8th most populous city in Minnesota .
Restaurants in Woodbury
4.5 based on 823 reviews
This Classical Renaissance-style Cathedral dating back to 1915 features a splendid interior of six chapels, imported marble columns, large statues of the four evangelists and beautiful rose windows.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Its the only drive in left so I feel like I can't complain. They are always bustling at the seams and sold out so it'd be nice if they either opened another location or added a screen and bldg at the present location and expaneded to the next lot also. Bathrooms are disgusting and need to be renovated. Speakers are all missing so you need to leave your car battery on the entire time. It's whatever though. The kids love it here every time we are able to get in (About 50/50 unless you come Sunday they Thursday).
5 based on 92 reviews
I reward myself here often with a cashew turtle I love them! The service is great there sometimes it’s busy but the line moves fast so no worries about waiting too long they have great candy I recommend it and will be back soon"Cashew Turtle a Day keeps the Doctor away"?! Okay maybe not, but they're soo delicious & we're so happy you enjoy them! Thank you for the tremendous review & we'll see you when you POP! in soon!
4 based on 27 reviews
Typical bar and grille. We ate at another establishment. This bar was across the parking lot from our hotel. When we looked at the inside, we were glad we opted to eat somewhere else first and have only a nightcap here. The floors and counter-tops were filthy. We sat down to have a drink at the bar and the bartender gathered up the coasters from the previous patrons and instead of wiping down the bar top, he threw two coasters back down. Yeah.....gross.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The dog park is only a small portion of Battle Creek Regional Park which is run by Ramsey County Parks. A lot of interest connecting Parks starting right off hway 61. Great for walking, picnics, pets on leash, bicycling etc. Lots of running water, streams... Very peaceful and enjoyable. Pictures will tell the story.
5 based on 16 reviews
My employer recently hosted the employee picnic. What a great venue. Ample parking, great structure, play facilities for the families, tons of open green space throughout park and at structures. Just a really gorgeous place overall. The trails are well done for walking, biking. They have a nice campground, rustic or modern. The swimming area was recently redone.
4.5 based on 976 reviews
The Science Museum of Minnesota is well-known for its hands-on approach to science learning and entertainment. It features the popular Experiment Gallery, an Egyptian mummy, an authentic Mississippi River towboat, a convertible-dome Omnitheater and interactive exhibits for all ages!
My son is an avid learner and for his 12th birthday we took him to the Science Museum of Minnesota. He loved the third floor with the interactive experiments. He loves dinosaurs but he just walked through that room quickly because the physics and chemistry experiments outside were irresistible! We watched the IMAX movie 'Dream Big' and it made me want to become a civil engineer!
4 based on 20 reviews
The products cost way too much. The appointment makers don't really know the capabilities of the stylists, assume one is as good as the other. The stylists are nice, bug I'm not certain their capabilities ate any better than if one goes to great clips or fantastic Sam's.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Old, wealthy St. Paul neighborhood with Victorian mansions.
We love driving down or strolling this avenue. Great majestic homes, most well kept or very nicely restored. Large shady trees grace both sides. F. Scott Fitzgerald once lived here, Garrison Keillor now does. The Minnesota Governor's home is here as well. Summit Avenue parallels Grand Avenue mecca of urban shopping. There is also a bike lane along Summit so the pleasure on a bike can be had as well.
3.5 based on 24 reviews
We hadn't been here for over 2 years, but our church group was going as a bonding group outing. I had remembered it being fun, but expensive, and that's exactly what it still is. I don't understand why people are required to purchase socks. Why not include them in the price, or have available in case someone forgets to bring some from home? Overall this is a very fun experience for kids.
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