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Discover Richfield, Minnesota, in the Heart of it All!

AND JUST 5 MINUTES WEST OF THE MALL OF AMERICA

Thanks for visiting RichfieldMNChamber.org. Here you will find information about Richfield, Minnesota, Hotels near Mall of America®, Richfield restaurants and Richfield, Minnesota area attractions. Richfield is just minutes south of downtown Minneapolis, immediately west of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, just minutes northwest of Mall of America® and directly connected by surrounding freeways.

HeartMap_sm_aRichfield is perfectly positioned as your home away from home in the Twin Cities metro area. Click here for information on all of the major attractions that the Richfield area has to offer, including: Mall Of America, Nickelodeon Universe Amusement Park, major league and college sports facilities for the Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Timberwolves, The Minnesota Wild, Minnesota Gophers, The Minnesota Zoo, Canterbury Park, Valleyfair, Mystic Lake Casino, Minneapolis & St. Paul International Airport and more!

RICHFIELD, MINNESOTA – LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!

Richfield, Minnesota is home to the headquarters of Best Buy, the largest electronics retailer in the country. Richfield offers a variety of hotel and motel accommodations that covers the market from economy to all suites. Boasting 39 restaurants in the Richfield area, plus numerous parks, Richfield area shopping centers and an entire array of services, you’ll be less than 20 minutes to every major attraction in the Twin Cities metro area.

THREE RIVERS CROSSTOWN BIKE ROUTE!

All four of Richfield’s guest accommodations are but a block away from the newly completed Three Rivers crosstown bike route offering both an off road trail in addition to the on street designated and color delineated bike lanes. Soon to be constructed is the Intercity Trail connecting the Richfield route with the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes and the Mall of America.

To its credit and distinction the City of Richfield is the home and the origin of the two major bike chains (Erik’s Bike Shop and Penn Cycle) in the Twin Cities.

Bicycling is promoted by the Wheel Fun vender at Veteran’s Park where the trails have been recently updated.