This thing is so cool. First time I saw a picture of this building, I thought it was just a round building.  Unique, yes.  But as it turns out it's this awesome gift shop/boutique/consignment/home decor/antique/classes.   It's an all-in-one stop for almost anything unique and eclectic that you would like.  And it's just right up the road in Andover.

The store has something for everyone.  Jewelry, apparel, antiques, unique gifts, spa items, food items, and most of it are things that you wouldn't necessarily find anywhere else.  It's almost like a giant indoor flea market.

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It's fun to find unique things in our home state of Minnesota.  Mostly we get the reputation of just being a cold state.  But there are some very unique and fun things other than the snow and cold. Although the weather might be slightly better some other areas, or at other times of the year.  Don't let the frigid temps stop you from taking a little jaunt down to Andover and check out this unique shop.  Great weekend adventure.

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During specific times of the year, the Round Barn will run some special events.  If you are interested in what is happening at the Round Barn, or if you just want some more information, you can check out their website.

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