Minnetonka Minnesota Gift Shop
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Lake Minnetonka Regional Park is the perfect place for families to enjoy a Saturday afternoon. Bring a picnic and enjoy a lakeside lunch. Learn more...

Noerenberg Gardens

Situated on the north shore of Lake Minnetonka’s majestic Crystal Bay, Noerenberg Memorial Gardens offers a tranquil retreat to the quiet elegance and grace of days gone by. A favorite subject for local artists and an idyllic location for weddings. Learn more...

 

Cards and Gifts

Bay Tree

A wide variety of cards and gifts.
217 Water St., Excelsior
For more information, call: (952) 470-8975

Blanc de Blanc

Unique cards and gifts with a touch of "blanc."
691 Lake St. E., Wayzata
For more information, call: (952) 473-8275

Brookstone Co.

An interesting assortment of gifts.
Ridgedale Center, Minnetonka
For more information, call: (952) 542-3272

Initially Yours Monogramming

It's the thought that counts, but so does the gift!
824 E. Lake St., Wayzata
For more information, call: (952) 473-7147

Capers

A unique assortment of gifts and cards.
226 Water St., Excelsior
For more information, call: (952) 474-1715

Card Party in Wayzata

A wide variety of cards and gifts.
856 E. Lake St., Wayzata
For more information, call: (952) 473-5647

Five Swans

Distinctive gifts and cards.
309 E. Lake St., Wayzata
For more information, call: (952) 473-4685

Frost & Budd, Ltd.

An interesting assortment of gifts.
750 E. Lake St., Wayzata
For more information, call: (952) 473-1442

Heritage ll Scandanavian and British Isles Shop

Unique gifts celebrating Scandanavia and the British Isles.
50 Wter St., Excelsior
For more information, call: (952) 474-1231

The Wooden Bird

Distinctive wooden gifts.
Ridgedale Center, Minnetonka
For more information, call: (952) 542-1926

Get Busy!

The spring months bring countless opportunities for wholesome family activities. To find out about happenings in the Lake Minnetonka area, visit our complete Calendar of Events!

Lake Minnetonka: An area steeped in history

From the days when Dakota Indians inhabited her shores, leaving behind ancient burial mounds which are still visible today, to the era of the steam locomotive and the paddle wheeler when grand Victorian hotels and amusement parks stood proudly on her banks, there has always been something alluring about this enchanted body of water. Learn more...