Top 10 places to visit in Minneapolis

  • By Richars G
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Minneapolis is a highly cultural metropolis where art performances and exhibits are taking place almost daily. Mingling with the friendly locals is common in Minneapolis, and prepare to experience the city's fine cuisine as well.

Minnehaha Park trips
This amazing park features a gorgeous waterfall, the Minnehaha Falls. Along with that, take the time to explore and see the statues of Hiawatha, or simply take a walk and enjoy the natural setting.

Visit the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
The museum features numerous art pieces coming from all corners of the world. You can get to see paintings by Rembrandt and Rubens, as well as a huge collection of sculptures and textiles.

Guthrie Theater performances
This large theater is open since 1963 and features daily art performances by famous names. Watch an amazing Shakespeare play, or enjoy a dancing performance that will take your breath away. The theater was renovated 10 years ago and is nowadays open to the public every day.

Frederick R Weisman Art Museum
If you love art, there is no reason not to take a tour of this beautiful museum. The art collection is encompassed within an eye catching, architectural building with 4 floors. The museum includes contemporary American art from the past century, as well as more modern pieces.

Children's Theatre Company
Children will love seeing a play at this theater designed specifically for them. If you are an adult, you may also enjoy the plays and interactive games happening here. The plays are held during summer, so make sure to book your vacation beforehand.

Go to Mill City Museum
After a fire destroyed the place in 1991, the new museum has been rebuilt from ruins. The contrast between the old building and the new one is what makes this museum so special. Take the time to see the glass construction and take photos for your friends back home.

American Swedish Institute tours
Minneapolis' European heritage can be seen up close once visit the American Swedish Institute. The Institute features Swedish art and textile, as well as an European architectural style on the outside.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
This beautiful green space offers an oasis in the middle of the city. Stroll through the gardens and explore the flowers, plants and sculptures. In addition to viewing some amazing art pieces, you can also visit the Cowles Conservatory and attend a seasonal flower exhibit.

Walker Art Center
Everything related to contemporary art is on display at the Walker Art Center. The 2005 revamped spot is the host for summer festivals, theatrical performances and live music events on a weekly basis. Food stalls are also available here for anyone who wants to grab a bite.

Nicollet Mall shopping trips
Consider bringing back some souvenirs from your trip. Nicollet Mall is the ideal place for a few hours of retails therapy. The architectural shopping center features restaurants, cafes, as well as playgrounds for the kids. You can enjoy your shopping while your kids can play with others their age and make new friends.