7320 Airport View Drive SW,
Distance from hotel: 3.1 miles
Rochester's Premiere Movie going Experience with the Largest Movie Screen in Rochester & Crystal Clear Digital Surround Sound.
4340 Maine Avenue Southeast
Distance from hotel: 7.3 miles
Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit worldwide leader in medical care research and education for people from all walks of life.
200 First Street SW
Distance from hotel: 7.4 miles
Rochester’s Civic Center is constantly bringing family friendly events to the area.
30 Civic Center Drive SE
Distance from hotel: 8.8 miles
The Rochester Recreation Center is designed to offer a number of community recreation activities under one roof. (Water Ice and Gym sports as well as meeting rooms.
21 Elton Hills Drive
Distance from hotel: 11.6 miles
Byron’s locally owned business for great family fun with great food.
501 Frontage Rd
Distance from hotel: 1.1 miles
An 18 hold public golf course located 5 miles south of Rochester.
2761 Co Rd 16 SW
Distance from hotel: 14.1 miles
This nature center features a wide variety of animals birds and walking trails guaranteed to provide a fun and educational experience for nature-lovers of all ages.
5731 County Road 105 NW
Guests in this beautiful Minnesota town can tour the world-renowned Mayo Clinic, explore the Quarry Hill Nature Center, pay a fun-filled visit to the Skyline Raceway, and much more. Named “Best Small City” in America by Money Magazine, Rochester combines a cosmopolitan atmosphere with Midwestern hospitality. This charming city is filled with magnificent theatres, restaurants, sporting events, and entertainment, providing visitors with all the sophistication of a larger metropolitan area, but without any of the congestion or complications.
Distance from hotel: 11.5 miles
Local industries are in the form of farm services and printing. A grain elevator is situated next to the rail line that runs through town, which is owned by the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad. Schmidt Printing is another major company in town and is part of Taylor Corporation, founded by Glen Taylor. The city received its name at the suggestion of George W. Van Dusen, who desired the name to be derived from his home town of Port Byron, New York. Van Dusen grew his fortune with his investments in grain elevators along railroad lines. The Byron area had apparently been known as Bear Grove before being renamed, supposedly because there were one or more bears living in the vicinity early on. The school mascot for Byron is a bear, in recognition of that story. Byron has one of the major parks in the county, Oxbow Park and Zollman Zoo. The zoo has dozens of animals from thirty different native species, including a number of birds, a mountain lion, wolves, otters, and some bison. Byron is home to two golf courses. Someby Golf club and Community is a private golf club and community, located on the north side of the city. Links of Byron is on the south side of Byron, and is a 9-hole executive length public golf course.
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