The Minneapolis Skyway System is a network of enclosed pedestrian bridges that connect many of the city's buildings and cultural attractions. The system is over 9 miles long and covers 69 blocks, making it the longest skyway system in the world. It's a great way to explore the city in bad weather, get around without dealing with traffic, and see some of Minneapolis's beautiful architecture
. The Skyway connects to many famous buildings like Target Center, Target Field, City Hall, and the IDS Center where you can enjoy the view from the observation deck.