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Mill City Museum

Built within the limestone ruins of the Washburn A Mill- the National Historic Landmark that was once the centerpiece of the world’s flour milling industry- the museum ells the story of a mighty river, a young city and how flour fueled the growth of Minnesota.

The museum is packed with fun for visitors of all ages.
Sample freshly baked bread in the Baking Lab.
Splash up a storm in the Water Lab.
Ride the Flour Tower and explore the riverfront.
Enjoy free, live acoustic music during Mill City Live in the open –air Ruin Courtyard.
704 S.Second St., two blocks of the Metro dome, near the Stone Arch Bridge.

Mill City Museum
Mill City Museum



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