Brutally cold temps also kept the attraction out of commission.
Most businesses are closed on Dec. 25, but a few services will be available, along with restaurants offering takeout and delivery.
If you are planning to do your holiday shopping late this year, here is a list of stores that will be open on the days leading up to Christmas.
Shame on you, Minnesota.
You have to be a Target Circle member, but that's free to join.
Thanksgiving featured a ban on social gatherings with non-household members.
The shipping company is expecting a record year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has released a 36-page Black Friday ad.
"If you can't bubble yourself," Osterholm says, don't go home.
The Minnesota Medical Association has issued a plea to Minnesotans at a time when hospitals are under tremendous strain.
The St. Paul-based company will also introduce other holiday treats this year.
The announcement follows similar events planned in Duluth and at the State Fairgrounds.
The coffee chain is giving away free reusable collectible holiday cups on Friday.
They'll offer fresh local foods, holiday gifts and Christmas trees, among other items.
The annual festival begins Nov. 26.
The retailer is staggering its sales to make it easier to shoppers to plan amid COVID-19.
The Walker Art Center won't be holding the popular event in person due to COVID-19.
Health experts have advised against traditional family gatherings during the holidays.
The annual event is going ahead despite COVID-19.
The "Great Minnesota Holiday Get-Together" will feature a 1-mile route through the fairgrounds and more than 1 million lights.
The two-day discount event was a huge success.