Minnesota’s only national park was just named one of the world’s best places to look at stars (not the celebrity kind; the shining brightly, up in the sky ones).
Voyageurs National Park, just south of the Canadian border, has been named an International Dark Sky Park.
That means it’s a great place to stargaze because there’s hardly any light pollution.
Minnesota’s Only National Park Was Just Named One of the World’s Best Spots for Stargazing https://t.co/4gQ2kEFtd0
— Travel + Leisure (@TravelLeisure) January 8, 2021
Other spots already on the best stargazing list: Glacier National Park in Montana, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and the island of Kozushima in Japan.
What’s one of the coolest things you’ve ever seen up in the sky?
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