Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum
The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum has a collection of over 25,000 artworks, consisting mostly of Native American pottery, traditional Korean furniture, and American modernism. Thanks to its aim of making the arts accessible to local communities, you can explore the art museum for free.
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Guthrie Theater
The Guthrie Theater hosts a variety of plays and concerts in its 3 auditoriums, along with workshops and programs year-round. The theatre was founded in 1963 as a way to showcase local talents and promote Minneapolis’ arts scene. Classes and workshops are available if you want to learn a new skill during your vacation. Its theatre-inspired sessions focus on communication skills, playwriting, dance, and voiceovers.
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Midtown Global Market
Minneapolis’ Midtown Global Market brings together a wide range of food and gifts from various cultures. There are around 18 international restaurants and specialty food vendors where you can enjoy authentic Thai, Moroccan, Japanese and Mediterranean dishes. If you’re looking to shop for unique souvenirs, the market has stores selling personalized gifts, crystals, ethnic clothes, and home décor.
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Mill City Museum
Discover the lively Mississippi riverfront — the very birthplace of Minneapolis — and experience the fiery past and dynamic present of this National Historic Landmark. Built within the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is packed with fun for all ages.

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Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Regional Park
The Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Regional Park is one of the largest urban parks in Minnesota, with nearly 15 miles of trails connecting the shorelines of 5 lakes. You can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities around each lake, thanks to facilities like boat rentals, volleyball and tennis courts, a hockey rink, and an archery center.
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Minneapolis Institute of Art
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA) has a collection of over 90,000 works of art spanning over 5,000 years of history. Its permanent exhibitions are divided into 7 themes – Arts of Africa and the Americas, Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts, Textiles and Sculpture, Asian Art, Paintings, Photography and New Media, and Prints and Drawings.
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, founded in the 1980s, is one of the largest urban sculpture parks in the USA. There are 75 art installations throughout the premises but a must-see is the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture designed by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen.
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Minnehaha Park & Falls
The Minnehaha Regional Park offers more than 67 acres of greenery, including limestone bluffs, playgrounds, art installations, gardens, and paved paths. One of its most popular sights is the Minnehaha Falls, which are around 53 ft high. A staircase leads you to the base of the falls, which offers an excellent view of the cascading waters. There are also stone bridges leading to a beach at the confluence of the Minnehaha Creek and the Mississippi River.

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Target Field
Spectacular and intimate...breathtaking views...dazzling amenities...and a staggering array of special features! Those are just a few things you can find in your experience at Target Field, the new world class home of Twins Territory.

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Try a Juicy Lucy
The Juicy Lucy is a Minneapolis staple. Never heard of it? Let us fill you in: a burger with melty cheese oozing out of the center of the patty instead of sitting passively on top. And if you are thinking that putting the cheese in the middle of the patty instead of on top can't make that much of a difference, you clearly have not experienced the joy of a Minneapolis Juicy Lucy.
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