Minneapolis comes in ninth on the list of best cities for retirement. Minneapolis’s activities, which place fifth out of 150 cities, and health care, which ranks second overall, push it to the top 10.
Like Los Angeles, Minneapolis ranks low in affordability (129th), and it falls 76th in quality of life. The WalletHub quality-of-life ranking factors in variables such as weather, public transit, crime rates, environmental quality and age demographics.
Along with L.A., Minneapolis is tied for having the most recreation and senior centers per capita.