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Best things to do in Minneapolis

Museu de Arte
“Contemporary Art Museum with an outdoor sculpture garden (with the iconic cherry and spoon)”
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Museu de Arte
“Plan Your Visit General admission is free. Special exhibitions, classes, and some talks and special events do require tickets: reservations are recommended. Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10am – 5pm Wednesday: 10am – 5pm Thursday: 10am – 9pm Friday: 10am – 9pm Saturday: 10am – 5pm Sunday: 11am – 5pm The museum is closed July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. ”
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History Museum
“This National Historic Landmark has an entertaining museum for both adults & kids. The museum store has something for history buffs, cooking connoisseurs, and everyone in between. Explore the Mississippi river front, dine at Bushel & Peck, and check out the observation deck for some of the best views in the city!”
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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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Museu de Arte
“An icon on the Mississippi river - lots of scenic views, right off the U or M campus”
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Museu de Arte
“The Museum of Russian Art, a nonprofit museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, is the only major institution in North America devoted entirely to Russian art and culture from the entire scope of Russia's 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
“Changes are coming for the Bell Museum, which plans to move into a new building at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus as soon as funding is secured. In the meantime, there's a lot to like about the current space, which has a very old-school feel. Filled with creepy yet awesome taxidermy, exhibits about the environment, and neato dioramas created by Minnesota artist Francis Lee Jaques, the museum provides a much more intimate experience in some ways than going to the Science Museum. And if you're interested in stars, the Exploradome (the product of a merger with the Bell and the Planetarium Society), offers shows every day.”
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Café
“Best coffee in town. Great food too. It's on the main level of one of the artists buildings in the area so there is lots of cool art displayed and in the corner there is often an artist working on something and you can watch.”
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Library
“The local library. Just remodeled and a good place to work/study. Great fast wifi.”
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Library
“LARGE HUGE LIBRARY> A place to just get lost in a corner of this 4 story place on a couch somewhere, and get peace and quiet. Relaxation. A coffee shop is on site on ground level. This is a state of the art Library.”
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Parque
“"Nestled along the shores of Silver Lake, and with a focus on arts and the environment, Silverwood Park is unique in the metro area. Stop in the coffee shop, bring an instrument and share your musical talents, or simply set up your easel in the park to paint. Artists are welcome here. Trails offering spectacular views of Silver Lake, restored prairie, and mature oak forests circle the park and provide inspiration to all. The visitor center bustles with activity on a daily basis. Other park amenities include an art gallery, education facilities, event rental space, a café/coffee shop, picnic sites, fishing opportunities, canoe and kayak rentals, an outdoor performance space and more."”
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Galeria de arte
“A hotspot for galleries and studios, within walking distance from excellent cafes and restaurants.”
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Galeria de arte
“Check the website soapfactory.org to see what's going on in this Victorian warehouse turned art laboratory for emergent art. They may be closed for renovation, so do check.”
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Galeria de arte
“Art studios, most are open once a month but also sporadically when artists are working.”
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