Explore fun things to do in Eden Prairie

Music fans don’t want to miss visiting the estate and recording studio of the legendary artist Prince—Paisley Park—just over a mile from the Country Inn & Suites, Chanhassen. You can attend an entertaining performance at the Old Log Theatre or the adjacent Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. Get lost in wonder at the natural beauty of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, saunter through the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, or take an afternoon to fish at Lake Minnetonka. Use the free Wi-Fi in your room to make a list of popular things to do in Minneapolis, like Mall of America® and Target Center, less than 20 miles away.

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Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

0.22 mi / 0.35 km from the hotel
This nationally known theater offers an unbeatable night of entertainment. Be swept away by a great musical, a comedy show, or a concert as you savor a mouthwatering entrée and dessert.

Chanhassen Cinema

0.04 mi / 0.06 km from the hotel
Have a free afternoon or evening? Walk over to Chanhassen Cinema to see the latest blockbuster in 3D.

Guthrie Theater

15.94 mi / 25.64 km from the hotel
Don’t miss an opportunity to see an innovative modern drama or classic Shakespearean work performed at this high-class theater. Stop by before the show to see if you can name the famous playwrights showcased on the building’s exterior.

Lake Minnetonka Cruises

3.26 mi / 5.25 km from the hotel
Explore the beautiful Lake Minnetonka from the deck of a luxury yacht. Brunch and dinner cruises are available from charter companies like Queen of Excelsior, SeaNote, and Lady of the Lake.

Mall of America

14.43 mi / 23.22 km from the hotel
Revolutionize your shopping experience with more than 500 stores at your disposal. The nation’s largest shopping destination also offers entertainment in the form of a theme park, mini golf, an aquarium, and much more.
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Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

4.43 mi / 7.14 km from the hotel
Discover the serene beauty of the gardens, woodlands, and meadows at this 1,200-acre arboretum.