The Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves started life as an expansion franchise in 1989, and after some early struggles enjoyed a period of success either side of the turn of the millennium, led by former league MVP Kevin Garnett.

Playing their games at the Target Center in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, a Timberwolves trip gives an NBA fan the chance to experience a thriving Midwestern city which also plays host to an NFL team in the Vikings with a brand new stadium, allowing a potential two event trip with scope to explore much more of the land of 10,000 lakes.

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Your Trip. Your Way.

This is not your standard package holiday. All itineraries are custom made to your specifications. Naturally, flight, hotel, and game tickets form the basis of most packages but why stop there? Want to check out the local sites? Want to catch two games in the area or follow your team around the country? We can do that. Our passion is designing your perfect Minnesota Timberwolves trip!

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Things To Do

One-of-a-kind attractions. Tax-free shopping. Nationally praised dining. World-class theatre. Museums galore. Green space. In Minneapolis Saint Paul, you get two cities worth for the price of one.

With 30 theatre venues, more than 10 dance companies, 30 classical music groups and nearly 60 museums, it’s no wonder we’ve been called the Midwest’s cultural capital. And it’s not just numbers that impress, but what’s inside. Find paintings by van Gogh at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, catch a Broadway show at the Orpheum Theatre, or enjoy the melodic sounds played at the newly renovated Orchestra Hall.

With no sales tax on clothes and shoes, the savings here are unbeatable—and there is no shortage of places to do so. Not only do we have Mall of America and its 520 stores, but we are also home to the nation’s first enclosed mall, Southdale, and shopping neighbourhoods like 50th and France and Saint Paul’s Grand Avenue.