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Minnesota

Minneapolis Museums


Culture Abounds From quirky to contemporary, the Minneapolis/St. Paul area’s 35 museums offer a glimpse at everything from crazy curing devices to prehistoric objects. View a collection spanning centuries at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Step into modern times at the Walker Art Center (closed for renovation until spring 2005), a world- class contemporary art museum.
Learn about Minneapolis’ early days at the Mill city Museum on the Mississippi River- a picturesque walk near downtown’s center.
And a spectacular exterior of brushed steel makes just looking at the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum a creative experience.

A cultural hotbed, the city is an art- lover’s haven. Science, cultural heritage natural habitats, cars and kids’ exhibits. Visiting Minneapolis area museums opens minds stirs imagination.

You can also take our guided history tour, enjoy fine dining or attend the Peach Drop, the “Largest New Year’s Eve Party in the Southeast.” There’s something for everyone at Underground Minneapolis!

Addresses:
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis

Walker Art Center
1750 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis

Mill City Museum
704 South Second Street, Minneapolis

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