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Best things to do in Minneapolis

Konstmuseum
“Great view of the city. Walk across the bridge to the Loring Park. Read the John Ashberry poem. Look at the city from the sculpture garden (up, look at the skyline & the sky); see the native plants; go to the cafe on the 1st floor. All free. Cheap parking (quarters)”
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Konstmuseum
“Free museum with some great collections. Nice cafes on site as well to enjoy a bite to eat.”
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History Museum
“Must-see for the area, fascinating history of the Milling industry. Exhibits are fairly static so you may not want to go a second time, but do yourself a favor and spend 2 hours there to see the exhibits. Excellent Minnesota themed gift shop as well.”
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Museum
“Minnesota has always had a large population of Scandinavians, so it’s only right to learn about the culture and eat the food, both of which you can do at the 1908 Turnblad mansion: an enormous, French Chateau-esque structure once home to Swedish immigrants. Inside its walls resides The American Swedish Institute, a museum and cultural center dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich history of Sweden and the Swedish-American population. With a large display of art, an extensive library collection and seasonal exhibits, this Minnesota and National Register of Historic Places landmark is full of artifacts and information highlighting contemporary and historical Swedish culture. New exhibits like Amp Up! The Hagstrom Guitar Sensation and Swedes Rock! delve into Sweden’s musical history while past exhibits have had scientific and holiday themes. Stop by the museum store for unique trinkets or dine in FIKA, the onsite cafe, offering award-winning Nordic-inspired cuisine.”
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Konstmuseum
“An icon on the Mississippi river - lots of scenic views, right off the U or M campus”
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Konstmuseum
“ The only major institution in North America devoted to Russian art and culture through all Russian history.”
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Museum
“Amazing views of downtown Minneapolis and beyond in a historic and beautiful Art Deco building. Awesome photo opportunities. ”
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Museum
“Fun for older kids (5 and up?). Cap off a walk or bike ride with the museum! One to two hours is plenty to fully take in the museum. ”
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Museum
“Brand new revision just blocks from our home. The photos above are of the creepy old space on the university Minneapolis campus. Gorgeous new building has mostly hands on exhibits and a planetarium. ”
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Museum
“This museum will give you an historical inside view of the city of Minneapolis.”
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Museum
“The house is just 1/2 block from our place and was designed by Purcell & Elmslie and is a masterpiece of Prairie School architecture. It was donated to the museum by Anson B. Cutts Jr., the son of its second owner. The house is available for tours on the second weekend of each month.”
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Museum
“Last part of the original Minneapolis street car line allows everyone to take a trip a mile down the road and years back in time. Very fun and safe fun!”
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Museum
“Step back to the days when the streetcar was king — when Twin Citians went to work, to school, and to play by trolley! Visit the historic displays in our station, shop our unique gifts and souvenirs, then take a nostalgic ride on one of our historic streetcars along a scenic route between the lakes. Your Motorman will provide interesting information about the car and Minnesota streetcar history. https://trolleyride.org/”
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Museum
“Displays include a dispatch center, old fashioned fire hall, and different fire trucks and fire fighting apparatus used over the years.The staff is friendly & there are fire truck rides in the summer.”
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